16 Phrasal Verbs with OUT

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In this post you will learn 16 phrasal verbs with out. Phrasal verbs change the verb’s meaning based on the preposition that goes after them.

You might want to refresh your knowledge on the grammar of phrasal verbs and find out about the types of phrasal verbs in English.

Today, let’s concentrate on the preposition out and here is the list of the phrasal verbs that I have for you today:

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16 Phrasal Verbs with Out

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look out

you usually shout this to warn someone that they are in danger. For example, when there is a car or bus approaching and they don’t notice it.

Example:

‘Look out! There is a car coming’ he shouted to the boy who was about to cross the road.

put out

1. to extinguish a fire

Example:

Paris firefighters battled through the night to put out the blaze at Notre Dame cathedral.

2. to switch off a light

Example:

Could you please put out the light in the kitchen?

try something out

to test something, to see if something works the way you want it to work

Example:

Nowadays software comes in so many forms, you need to try it out before you buy it.

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hand out

to give something to different people in a group

Example:

The teachers asked me to hand out the exam papers.

break out

something starts suddenly and quickly spreads (a war, epidemic, etc)

Example:

The disease first received international attention when an epidemic broke out at the end of the XIX century.

die out

something gradually ceases to exist and eventually disappears

Example:

Unless something is done soon, hedgehogs will die out in the UK within the next 20 years.

Pop Out Phrasal Verb Meaning

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16 Phrasal Verbs with Out

turn out

to happen in a certain way, to have a particular result

Example:

We thought we were seeing the real painting, but it turned out to be a fraud. 

pass out

to faint or lose consciousness

Example:

It was so hot and stuffy in the room that I thought I was going to pass out.

check out

when you check out of a hotel, you pay the final bill and give back your room key before departing

Example:

We checked out of our hotel this morning after three-night stay.

stand out

to be very noticeable on one way or other

Example:

She’s recently dyed her hair blue and now really stands out in a crowd.

16 Phrasal Verbs with Out

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leave out

to not include something or someone

Example:

Sarah was very unlucky yesterday. She got an awkward seat at the table  where she was completely left out of conversations.

find out

to learn or discover something that you didn’t know before

Example:

Visit the link below and find out about the online English courses I offer.

make out

to manage to see, read or hear something

Example:

His accent is so strong, I can hardly make out what he is saying.

16 Phrasal Verbs with Out

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come out

1. to be available to the public

Example:

His last book came out just before Christmas.

2. to announce that you are gay

Example:

The famous star came out to his family during their last holiday trip.

knock out

1. to make someone unconscious for a while

Example:

The pills knocked me out, I didn’t hear her.

2. to eliminate someone from a competition

Example:

They were lucky to stay in the top four with victory over the team they knocked out of the tournament.

run out

to not have any left

Example:

I really wanted to have porridge for breakfast but we’ve run out of milk and I can’t have it with water.

Splash Out Phrasal Verb Meaning

splash out meaning - video lesson

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So here are my 16 phrasal verbs with ‘out’. Let me give them to you one more time:

  • look out
  • put out
  • try something out
  • hand out
  • break out
  • die out
  • die out
  • turn out
  • die out
  • check out
  • stand out
  • come out
  • knock out
  • run out

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  1. Vsnmurthy

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    1. Harry

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  2. Vsnmurthy

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