Definition of 'go out'
Example sentences containing 'go out'
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I have to go out to the airport, have a few words with Ambassador Pavane. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)It was all money due to go out to the shipowners in the New Year... apart from my two per cent. BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)Even over the whine of the generator I heard the air go out of him. A DARKENING STAIN (2002)
He was good-looking, though, and certainly did not have to look far to find a woman who would go out with him. BLINDSIGHTED (2001)
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Translations for 'go out'
British English: go out /ɡəʊ aʊt/ VERB
When you go out, you do something enjoyable away from your home, for example you go to a restaurant or the cinema.
I'm going out to dinner tonight.
- American English: go out
- Arabic: يَخْرُجُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sair
- Chinese: 出去消遣
- Croatian: izaći
- Czech: vyrazit si za zábavou
- Danish: gå ud
- Dutch: uitgaan
- European Spanish: salir
- Finnish: mennä ulos
- French: sortir
- German: ausgehen
- Greek: βγαίνω
- Italian: uscire
- Japanese: 外出する
- Korean: 외출하다
- Norwegian: gå ut
- Polish: wyjść
- European Portuguese: sair
- Romanian: a ieși în oraș
- Russian: бывать в обществе
- Spanish: salir
- Swedish: gå ut
- Thai: ออกไปข้างนอก, ไปเที่ยว
- Turkish: dışarı çıkmak
- Ukrainian: іти на прогулянку
- Vietnamese: đi chơi
Definition of go out from the Collins English Dictionary
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