Definition of 'take out'
Example sentences containing 'take out'
He reached into his coat to take out his wallet, intending to give the Father a hundred dollars for his troubles.COLDHEART CANYON (2001) SACRAMENT (2001)
McGregor's role was as a `roving gun" to watch their backs and flanks and take out dangerous officers as necessary.THE SCAR
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