Phrasal Verbs with OUT


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Phrasal Verbs with OUT
ASK OUT
(separable) to request someone to go on a date with you
I asked Mary out again. She refused.

BAIL OUT
(intransitive) to jump out of an airplane (usually when it?s going to crash)
Luckily the pilot bailed out before his plane hit the side of the mountain.

BAIL OUT
(intransitive) to quit or stop doing something (usually when experiencing difficulties)
The congressional candidate bailed out of the race because there was no hope that he could raise enough money to win.

BAIL OUT
(separable) to rescue someone from a difficult situation
Max?s uncle bailed him out of the financial problems he was having.

BLACK OUT
(intransitive) to lose consciousness momentarily
Max had a very severe headache and blacked out several times, so his doctor admitted him to the hospital.

BREAK OUT
(intransitive) to suddenly develop or erupt
A riot broke out in Los Angeles…

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