out en Español

Pronunciación
pref. de un modo que sobrepasa a-, en extremo
s. los que están fuera del gobierno, del partido gobernante; los detalles y trámite
v. expulsar, echar

out en Inglés

Pronunciación
n. out

Ejemplos

Tickets were sold out.
Se han agotado los boletos.
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Find out where the tour will take place.
Averigua por donde se realizará el recorrido.
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Pick up the phone to keep out more calls.
Descuelga el teléfono para que no entren mas llamadas.
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I was left out of the team when I suggested changing the subject.
Me excluyeron del equipo cuando les sugerí cambiar de tema.
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You're freezing out there.
Te estás helando allá afuera.
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You have successfully carried out the activities.
Has realizado correctamente las actividades.
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I gave out the wedding invitations.
Repartí las invitaciones de la boda.
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He pointed out the culprit.
Señaló al culpable.
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‘Well, don’t let her go out this evening. Let her go out tomorrow; it is the same thing,’ says Bob.
‘Pues, que no salga esta noche, que salga mañana; es lo mismo,’ dice Bob.
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“Don Vittorio,” said Pedro, an employee, calling out to his boss, “here comes Mrs Fuentes. Shall I attend to her? You will see that she will not confuse me.”
“Don Vittorio,” dijo Pedro, un empleado, llamando a su jefe, “allá viene la Sra. Fuentes. ¿La atiendo yo? Usted va a ver que a mí no me confunde.”
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Sinónimos

1. away from: outward, from, from within, out of
2. escape: excuse, way out, explanation
3. outside: external, outer, extrinsic, exposed, extraneous, open, out-of-doors
4. absent: not in, away, gone, left, busy, on vacation
5. disqualified: put out, retired, in the field, down, away
6. unconscious: out cold, insensible, comatose, senseless, insensate
7. distant: beyond, removed, away
8. to completion: accomplished, finished, ended, completely, totally, fulfilled, over



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