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take out

part of speech: phrase
definition 1: to extract; remove from inside something.
The dentist took out two of my back teeth.She took out a comb from her purse.He has a knife; I saw him take it out.
definition 2: to escort (a person or animal) for a walk or to a place, sometimes with the object of treating them to something like a meal or a form of recreation.
It's late but I still have to take the dog out.The old woman lives alone, but sometimes her daughter takes her out.Their father takes the kids out to the football games sometimes.He took her out for dinner the other night.
definition 3: to take (ordered restaurant food) to eat at home or at some other place besides the restaurant.
We ordered some sushi to take out.