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definition of the word out_of

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out of

  1. From the inside to the outside of.
    The audience came out of the theater.
  2. Having emerged from.
    The cat is out of the bag
  3. Not part of.
    This is out of my area of expertise.
  4. With the motivation of.
    I give money to charity out of pity.
  5. Without; no longer in possession of; not having more; divested of.
    Sorry, we're out of bread.
    • 1874, Thomas Hardy, Far From the Madding Crowd, 2005 Barnes & Noble Classics publication of 1912 Wessex edition, p276:
      Once out of the farm the approach of poverty would be sure.
  6. Not in a customary or desired state.
    They will soon be out of business.
    This train will be going out of service at the next station.
  7. Beyond the range or limits of.
    He forgot to put the food out of reach of the dog.
  8. (cardinal) In a group of.
    Only three out of a thousand are born with this rare disease

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