out

listen to the pronunciation of out
Englisch - Türkisch
çıkış

Bu sorundan bir çıkış yolu bulmam gerek. - I need to find a way out of this problem.

Şimdiki durumdan bir çıkış yolu arıyoruz. - We are groping for a way out of the present situation.

{f} dışarı çıkarmak

Tom, köpeğini dışarı çıkarmak için kapıyı açtı. - Tom opened the door to let his dog out.

Tom yarın gece Mary'yi dışarı çıkarmak istiyor. - Tom wants to take Mary out tomorrow night.

{i} çıkar yol

Tom benim ligin çıkar yolu. - Tom is way out of my league.

Bir çıkar yol bulmam lâzım. - I need to find a way out.

{i} çizgi dışı
{i} çözüm

Bir çözüm bulmaya çalışıyorum. - I'm trying to figure out a solution.

Biz hâlâ onu çözümlüyoruz. - We're still sorting it out.

{f} kovmak

Onu kovmaktan başka seçeneğim yoktu. - I had no choice but to throw him out.

{e} daha iyi

Sessiz kalmak ve bir aptal olarak düşünülmek bütün şüpheyi açıkça konuşmak ve gidermekten daha iyidir. - Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.

Eğer problemi çözemezsen, farklı bir metot denemen daha iyi olur. - If you cannot work out the problem, you had better try a different method.

{i} kurtuluş

Bu kısır döngüden kurtuluş görülmüyor. - There seems to be no way out of this vicious circle.

{s} dış

Bu öğleden sonra dışarıya çıkacağım. - I'm going to go out this afternoon.

Televizyon seyretmek yerine, dışarıya çıkıp biraz temiz hava al. - Go out and breathe some fresh air instead of watching TV.

{f} çıkarmak

Jim son üç haftadır beni akşam yemeğine çıkarmak için çalışıyor. - Jim has been trying to take me out to dinner for the last three weeks.

Tom Mary'yi akşam yemeğine çıkarmak istedi, fakat o hayır dedi. - Tom asked Mary out to dinner, but she said no.

{f} nakavt etmek
{f} dışarı atmak

Onu dışarı atmak istemiyordum. - I didn't want to throw that out.

Sami, Leyla'yı dışarı atmak istedi. - Sami wanted to kick Layla out.

{i} aut
{s} dışarıdaki

Maria yatalaktı. Dışarıdaki dünyayla tek irtibatı televizyon yayınları aracılığıyla oluyordu. - Maria was bedridden. The only contact she had with the outside world was via the TV broadcasts.

Dışarıdaki gürültü sinirime dokunduğu için canım çalışmak istemedi. - I didn't feel like studying because the noise outside was getting on my nerves.

{i} atlanmış sözcük
sönmek
-den öteye
yanmak
anormal
dışan
dışta yer alan
-den dışarıya
çare

Bunun nasıl yapılacağını öğrenmek için yalnız bir çare var. Bunu Tom'a sor. - There's only one way to find out how to do that. Ask Tom.

Hal çaresine bakmam gerekiyor. - I need to figure something out.

kendini belli etmek
ortaya çıkmak
bayılmak

Ben bayılmak istemiyorum. - I don't want to pass out.

O, yürüyüşten önce hiçbir şey yememişti, bayılmak üzereydi. - Because he hadn't eaten anything before the hike, he was about to pass out.

uzakta olan
harici

Ev dahili ve harici temizlendi. - The house was cleaned inside and out.

meydana çıkmak
modası geçmiş

Senin eteğin modası geçmiş. - Your skirt is out of fashion.

Onun zaten modası geçmiş. - It's already out of fashion.

(ışık/ateş/vb.) sönmüş
yüksek sesle

Yüksek sesle bağırmak için bir dürtü hissettim. - I felt an impulse to cry out loud.

Tom yüksek sesle gülmemeye çalışıyordu. - Tom was trying hard not to laugh out loud.

olanaksız

Ne yazık ki yapmamı istediğin şey olanaksız. - I'm afraid what you're asking me to do is out of the question.

O, genç adamı aklından çıkarmaya çalıştı ama bu olanaksızdı. - She tried to put the young man out of her mind, but it was impossible.

dışarıda

Dışarıda bir masaya oturabilir miyiz? - Could we have a table outside?

O her gün, dışarıda yemek yerdi, ancak şimdi buna gücü yetmiyor. - He used to eat out every day, but now he can't afford it.

bütünüyle

Sen bütünüyle onu dehşete düşürdün. - You totally freaked her out.

Sen bütünüyle onları dehşete düşürdün. - You totally freaked them out.

(tahmin/hesap/vb.) yanlış
uzak

Bundan uzak durmanı öneririm. - I suggest you keep out of this.

Yoldan uzak durun, lütfen. - Keep out of the way, please.

bağırarak

O, bağırarak yardım istedi. - He called out for help.

Kazananın adını bağırarak söyledi. - He called out the name of the winner.

tamamıyla

Bu başka bir olasılığı tamamıyla dışlamaz. - This doesn't entirely rule out another possibility.

dışarı

Çoğu genç yetişkin geceleyin dışarı çıkmaktan hoşlanır. - Most young adults enjoy going out at night.

Televizyon seyretmek yerine, dışarıya çıkıp biraz temiz hava al. - Go out and breathe some fresh air instead of watching TV.

dışarıya

Televizyon seyretmek yerine, dışarıya çıkıp biraz temiz hava al. - Go out and breathe some fresh air instead of watching TV.

Baba, dışarıya çıkıp oyun oynayabilir miyim? - Daddy, may I go out and play?

adamakıllı
sönük
(Askeri) büyük boy kargo (outsize cargo)
hatalı

Ne yazık ki Jeremy sadece bir kez daha hatalı davranırsa, onlar ona okulu terk ettirecekler. - I'm afraid if Jeremy gets out of line just one more time, they will make him leave school.

Tom'un son filmi şimdi yayınlandı. Adı Tatoeba: Hatalı ağ geçidi. - Tom's latest movie just came out. It's called Tatoeba: Bad Gateway.

{ü} çık dışarı
sönmüş

İtfaiyeci geldiğinde yangın çoktan sönmüştü. - The fire had already gone out by the time the firemen arrived.

bitmiş

Canım, süpermarkete gitmemiz lazım. Sütümüz bitmiş. - Sweetheart, we need to go to the supermarket. We ran out of milk.

Tuzunun bitmiş olduğunu fark etti. - She discovered that she had run out of salt.

Belirli bir yerden gitme/gönderme anlamındaki fiillerle birlikte kullanılır: They started out at dawn. Şafak sökerken yola çıktılar
{s} muhalefet
çıkmış

Tom sudan çıkmış balık gibi hissetti. - Tom felt like a fish out of water.

O, adeta, sudan çıkmış balık gibi. - He is, so to speak, a fish out of water.

{e} büyük

Tom, açık hava sporlarına büyük ilgi duymuyor. - Tom doesn't have much interest in outdoor sports.

Büyükannem hemen hemen her gün bir yürüyüş için dışarı çıkardı fakat şimdi o nadiren, kırk yılda bir, dışarı çıkar. - My grandmother used to go out for a walk almost every day, but now she seldom, if ever, goes out.

mazeret

Tom'un mazereti kontrol edildi. - Tom's alibi checked out.

Mazeretlerin tükendi. - You're out of excuses.

{e} fazla

Tom daha önce Mary'yi John'la birlikte birden fazla ortamda görmüştü ve sonunda onların birbirlerini gördüklerini anladı. - Tom had seen Mary with John on more than one occasion before and finally figured out that they were seeing each other.

Ev, yangın çabuk söndürüldüğü için fazla zarar görmedi. - The house did not suffer much damage because the fire was quickly put out.

out dışarı
{s} uzaktaki
grevde
{e} aşkın

Allah aşkına beni buradan çıkarın. - For God's sake, get me out of here!

sesli olarak
eskimiş
outbid outdrink
açığa çık

Sami bu konuyu açığa çıkardı. - Sami found out about this.

İtalyanca konuşmada pek iyi değilim, ama bunun açığa çıkmasını istemiyorum. - I'm not very good at speaking Italian but I don't want it to get out into the open.

bozulmuş
yeni çıkmış

Fırından yeni çıkmış ekmeğin kokusunu seviyorum. - I like the smell of bread just out of the oven.

yıpranmış

O, çok çalışmaktan yıpranmıştı. - She was worn out from overwork.

Onun elbiseleri yıpranmış. - His clothes are worn out.

açığa çıkmış
yük

Cambridge Üniversitesi'nde öğrenim zorluğu çok yüksek olmasına rağmen, çok sayıda öğrencinin hâlâ dışarı çıkmak ve eğlenmek için zamanı var. - Although the pressure of studying at the University of Cambridge is very high, many students still have time to go out and have fun.

Tom sonunda kendi bilgisayarına ücretsiz bir veritabanı uygulamasını yüklemeyi anladı. - Tom eventually figured out how to install a free database application on his computer.

{e} daha çok

Daha çok antrenman yapmalıydım. - I should've worked out more.

Tom bugün daha çok hasta. - Tom is out sick today.

önek fazlasıyle
{s} işe yaramaz

O şimdi öğle yemeğinde dışarıda olacak, bu yüzden hemen aramamız bir işe yaramaz. - He'll be out at lunch now, so there's no point phoning straight away.

Polis bize köprünün işe yaramaz olduğunu söyledi. - The police told us the bridge was out.

out of
dışında

Yurt dışında seyahat söz konusu değil. - Traveling abroad is out of the question.

Onun kulağının dışında büyüyen çirkin tüyleri var. - He has unsightly hairs growing out of his ears.

out of order
bozuk

Ne yazık ki telefon bozuk. - Unfortunately the telephone was out of order.

Çamaşır makinesi bozuk. - The washing machine is out of order.

out of order
arızalı

Bu asansör arızalıdır. - This elevator is out of order.

Bu hizmet geçici olarak arızalı. - This service is temporarily out of order.

hand out
dağıtmak
weed out
ayıklamak

İstenmeyen adayları ayıklamak için kullandığınız ölçütler nelerdir? - What are the criteria you use to weed out undesirable candidates?

carry out
yerine getirmek

Sözlerinizi yerine getirmek için elinizden gelenin en iyisini yapmalısınız. - You should do your best to carry out your promises.

wear out
yıpratmak
cop out
yan çizmek
get out
çıkmak

Tom bir süre kasabanın dışına çıkmak istediğini söyledi. - Tom said he wanted to get out of town for a while.

Tom öğleden sonra sadece evden çıkmak zorunda olduğuna karar verdi. - In the early afternoon, Tom decided that he just had to get out of the house.

go out
çıkmak

Cambridge Üniversitesi'nde öğrenim zorluğu çok yüksek olmasına rağmen, çok sayıda öğrencinin hâlâ dışarı çıkmak ve eğlenmek için zamanı var. - Although the pressure of studying at the University of Cambridge is very high, many students still have time to go out and have fun.

Dün dışarı çıkmak zorunda kaldım. - I was obliged to go out yesterday.

put out
söndürmek

Onlar alevleri söndürmek için itfaiye çağırmak zorunda kaldı. - They had to call the firefighters to put out the flames.

Yangını söndürmek uzun bir süre aldı. - It took a long time to put out the fire.

take out
çıkarmak

Tom yedek lastiği çıkarmak için bagajı açtı. - Tom opened the boot to take out the spare wheel.

Çöpü çıkarmak için benim sıram. - It's my turn to take out the trash.

go out for a walk
yürüyüşe çıkmak
reach out
uzanmak
time-out
zaman aşımı
fade out
karartmak
smooth out
düzlemek
stick out
çıkıntı yapmak
stretch out
uzatmak
worn out
bitap
worn out
bitkin

Tom tamamen bitkindi. - Tom was all worn out.

Tom, tamamen bitkin olduğunu söyledi. - Tom said he was all worn out.

shout out
haykırmak
wear out
eskitmek
find out
keşfetmek
carry out
uygulamak

Planı uygulamak istiyorum. - I would like to carry out the plan.

Planı uygulamak zordu. - It was difficult to carry out the plan.

find out
anlamak
carry out
yürütmek
find out
öğrenmek

Hâlâ Tom hakkında öğrenmek zorundayım. - I still have to find out about Tom.

Onun nerede yaşadığını öğrenmek için onu eve kadar izledi. - She followed him home to find out where he lived.

find out
ortaya çıkarmak
out of
haricinde
out of
den dolayı
out of
-den dışarı
out of
siz

Sizin fikirleriniz tamamen çağ dışıdır. - Your ideas are all out of date.

Sizin fikirleriniz güncelliğini yitirmiş gibi görünüyor - Your opinion seems to be out of date.

out-of vehicle time
Otobüs duragına yada tren istasyonuna gitmek ve otobüs vfeya treni beklemek için yürüyerek yada taşıt içinde seyahat edilerek harcanan zaman

Average out-of-vehicle transit travel time in minutes during peak and non-peak periods.

out and out
{s} tamamen
out of
den dışarı
out of
1. -den (Yeri değişen birinin/bir nesnenin çıkış yerini bildirir.): Take your hands out of your pockets! Ellerini ceplerinden çıkar! 2
out of
den

Tom senin dengin değil. - Tom is out of your league.

Bu makine bozuk. Lütfen daha sonra tekrar deneyiniz. - This machine is out of order. Please try again later.

out of
dolayı

Yolda bir arabanın olması dolayısıyla garajımdan çıkamadım. - I couldn't get out of my garage because there was a car in the way.

Tom John'un evliliğinden dolayı Mary ile konuşamadı. - Tom was unable to talk Mary out of marrying John.

out of
yoksun

Tom onu bir adalet duygusundan yoksun olarak yaptı. - Tom did it out of a sense of justice.

out of
hakkında

Yataktan çıkmadan önce günün geriye kalanında ne yapacağım hakkında düşünerek biraz zaman harcarım. - Before I get out of bed, I spend a little time thinking about what I'll be doing the rest of the day.

Şimdi birkaç aydır yeni gelişmeler hakkında bilgim yok. - I've been out of touch with things for several months now.

out of bounds
aut [spor.]
out of one's mind
deli
out of print
baskısı tükenmiş

Kitabın bir kopyasını almak istiyorum ama baskısı tükenmiş. - I want to buy a copy of the book, but it is out of print.

out of spite
nispet için
out of the blue
(Fiili Deyim ) hiç beklenmedik bir anda , ansızın , damdan düşer gibi
out of the woods
tehlikeden uzak
out of work
işsiz

Üç milyon kişi işsizdi. - Three million people were out of work.

Onlar şimdi işsizler. - They are out of work now.

out of work
bozuk
out and out
{s} su katılmadık
out and out
{s} başlıbaşına
out fit
(Avcılık) teçhizat
out for the count
baygın
out of
arasından

Tavan arasından dışarı çıkma. - Don't come out of the attic.

out of
-den yapılmış
out of
-dan
out of
-in dışında
out of
-den çıkma
out of
dışına

O, evin dışına giderken görüldü. - He was seen going out of the house.

Tom bu ayın sonunda kasabanın dışına taşınıyor. - Tom is moving out of town at the end of this month.

out of
-den uzak
out of
-den dolayı
out of 100
100 üzerinden
out of balance
düzensiz
out of blue
ani
out of condition
(Konuşma Dili) kötü durumda
out of control
zaptedilemez
out of control
kontrolden çıkmış

İsyan tamamen kontrolden çıkmıştı. - The riot was completely out of control.

Tom kontrolden çıkmıştı. - Tom was out of control.

out of control
çığrından çıkmış
out of date
modası geçmiş

Bu ceketin modası geçmiş. - This coat is out of date.

Bu arabanın modası geçmiş. - This car is out of date.

out of date
kullanılmayan
out of date
eski moda
out of date
günü geçmiş
out of date
süresi dolmak
out of date
demode

Bu eski kitap oldukça demode. - This old book is quite out of date.

Açıkça konuşmak gerekirse, senin düşünce biçimin demode. - Frankly speaking, your way of thinking is out of date.

out of debt
borçsuz
out of deference to
riayeten
out of deference to
e uyarak
out of deference to
-e uyarak
out of deference to
e riayeten
out of hand
çığırından çıkmış
out of hand
nemen
out of hand
kontrolden çıkmış
out of hand
(Konuşma Dili) denetimsiz
out of hand
(Konuşma Dili) kontrolsüz
out of his senses
çıldırmış
out of his senses
aklı başından gitmiş
out of luck
şanssız olmak
out of one's mind
(Konuşma Dili) kafası karışık
out of one's mind
kafadan kontak olmak
out of one's mind
(Konuşma Dili) küfelik
out of order
çalışmaz
out of order
işlemez
out of order
intizamsız
out of order
işlev görmez
out of order
sırasız
out of order
düzeni bozuk
out of order tone
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) hizmet dışı sinyali
out of pain
ağrısız
out of pity
acıyarak
out of pocket
cepten çıkmış
out of pocket
sarfedilmiş
out of question
şüphesiz
out of question
kati
out of reach
yetişilmez
out of reach
erişilemeyen
out of reach
erişilmez
out of regard for
hatırı için
out of regard for
in hatırı için
out of regard to
hatırı için
out of regard to
e riayeten
out of regard to
riayeten
out of respect for
hatırı için
out of respect to
yüzü suyu hürmetine
out of stock
mevcudu tükenmiş
out of stock
(Ticaret) bitmiş
out of the question
imkansız
out of the question
ehemmiyetsiz
out of the question
olamaz
out of the question
münakaşaya değmez
out of thin air
havadan
out of time
tempoya aykırı
out of time
(Ticaret) vadesi geçmiş
out of time
zaman kalmadı
out of time
temposuz
out of town
kırda
out of trim
intizamsız
out of turn
sırası gelmeden
out of turn
sıra beklemeden
out of use
işlemez
out of work
boşta
out to lunch
(deyim) ahmak
out to lunch
öğle yemeğinde
out to lunch
(Bilgisayar) yemeğe çıktım
out to lunch
(deyim) üşütük
out to lunch
(deyim) kalın kafalı
out to lunch
(deyim) kaçık
out to lunch
(deyim) aklı başında olmayan
out to lunch
(deyim) çatlak
out to lunch
(deyim) kafasız
out to lunch
(deyim) çıldırmış
out with it!
söylesene!
Out with you
Çık dışarı!
out and about
ayaklanmış
out and out
tam
out and out
komple
out basket
giden sepeti
out cold
özünü kaybetmiş
out for
-in peşinde
out in left field
nev'i şahsına münhasır
out load
sesli
Englisch - Englisch
A state in which a member of the batting team is removed from play due to the application of various rules of the game such as striking out, hitting a fly ball which is caught by the fielding team before bouncing, etc
Away from the inside

He threw it out the door.

A means of exit, escape, reprieve, etc

They wrote the law to give those organizations an out.

To reveal (a person) to be secretly homosexual
Away from; at a distance

Keep out!.

Of a batter or batsman, having caused an out called on himself while batting under various rules of the game
Away from home or one's usual place, or not indoors

Leave a message with my secretary if I'm out when you call.

To reveal (a person) as having a certain secret
Away from the inside or the centre

The magician pulled the rabbit out of the hat.

Away from the center
A card which can make a hand a winner
A dismissal; a state in which a member of the batting team finishes his turn at bat, due to the application of various rules of the game such as hit wicket, wherein the bowler has hit the batter's wicket with the ball
Used to intensify or emphasize

The place was all decked out for the holidays.

Openly acknowledging one's homosexuality
Of a player, disqualified from playing further by some action of a member of the opposing team (such as being stumped in cricket)
Into a state of non-operation; into non-existence

Put the fire out.

{a} abroad, not at home, from, in an error
{v} to drive away, to deprive, begone
When flying an object upwards towards the roof Submitted by Piers from London, UK
To declare a personal secret belonging to another person
The something may be expressed after of, from, etc
Openly acknowledging ones homosexuality
Outlet or Output
Beyond the limit of existence, continuance, or supply; to the end; completely; hence, in, or into, a condition of extinction, exhaustion, completion; as, the fuel, or the fire, has burned out
A state in which a member of the batting team is removed from play because the defending team threw the baseball past the batter three times in the strike zone, fielded a ball hit in the air, or fielded a ball hit to the ground and moved the ball to a defender blocking the runners ability to move from base to base
{f} serve or place a ball out of bounds (Sports); be exposed or revealed (especially about concealed information); expel (Archaic)
A take, no part of which has been used in the cut work picture
See under In
as, the Democrats went out and the Whigs came in; he put his money out at interest
Where your roommate always is when one of the 35 clubs she belongs to calls with a very important message
out of power; especially having been unsuccessful in an election; "now the Democrats are out"
{e} away from; outside of
Away from home, not indoors
Not in the position to score in playing a game; not in the state or turn of the play for counting or gaining scores
{ü} get out of here!

Just get out of here. - Just get out of here!

Just get out of here! - Just get out of here.

Motion Diverging from a Common Center; Replaces UP
pref. in a manner that surpasses, exceedingly
from one's possession; "he gave out money to the poor"; "gave away the tickets"
not allowed to continue to bat or run; "he was tagged out at second on a close play"; "he fanned out"
Open University of Tanzania
Used in the context of general equities 1) No longer obligated to an order, as it has already been cancelled: 2) advertised on Autex
{i} one who or that which lacks status or significance; way of escape (Informal); player or batter that is retired from the playing field (Baseball); serve or ball that falls out of bounds (Sports)
a reserved word, used in specifying the mode of formal parameters 2 4, A 1
outside; on the exterior; on the outskirts; until the end; completely
Beyond the limits of concealment, confinement, privacy, constraint, etc
The expression used to indicate that 1) the ball has struck the out line, or a wall above the out line, or the ceiling, or any fitting attached to the ceiling and/or wall above the out line or 2) the ball has passed through any fitting attached to the ceiling and/or wall above the out line or 3) in addition to 1) and 2) on courts which are not fully enclosed the ball has passed over the out line and out of the court without touching any wall or, if no out line is provided, passed over any wall and out of the court ("Out" is also used as a Marker's call)
in an inharmonious relation
away from home; "they went out last night"
Beyond possession, control, or occupation; hence, in, or into, a state of want, loss, or deprivation; used of office, business, property, knowledge, etc
excluded from use or mention; "forbidden fruit"; "in our house dancing and playing cards were out"; "a taboo subject"
Not at home
in, or into, a state of freedom, openness, disclosure, publicity, etc
One who, or that which, is out; especially, one who is out of office; generally in the plural
(baseball) a failure by a batter or runner to reach a base safely in baseball; "you only get 3 outs per inning"
Expressing impatience, anger, a desire to be rid of; with the force of command; go out; begone; away; off
CRS Departure date, as from a hotel
actual of figurative; hence, not in concealment, constraint, etc
not worth considering as a possibility; "a picnic is out because of the weather"
To give out; to dispose of; to sell
in error or mistake; in a wrong or incorrect position or opinion; in a state of disagreement, opposition, etc
knocked unconscious by a heavy blow
no longer fashionable; "that style is out these days"
Beyond the bounds of what is true, reasonable, correct, proper, common, etc
A place or space outside of something; a nook or corner; an angle projecting outward; an open space; chiefly used in the phrase ins and outs; as, the ins and outs of a question
Used in the context of general equities (1) No longer obligated to an order, as it has already been canceled: (2) advertised on Autex
of a fire; being out or having grown cold; "threw his extinct cigarette into the stream"; "the fire is out"
outside of an enclosed space; "she is out"
In its original and strict sense, out means from the interior of something; beyond the limits or boundary of somethings; in a position or relation which is exterior to something; opposed to in or into
{s} exterior, external; wanting, lacking; directed away from; absent; retired from play (Baseball); out of bounds (Sports); extinguished; not in use, unfashionable; incorrect; unconscious
directed outward or serving to direct something outward; "the out doorway"; "the out basket"
out and about
Traveling; out; moving

He carried a cellular phone so that friends could reach him when he was out and about.

out ball
A chance to clear the ball to an attacking teammate, or such an attacker; a target man
out like a light
Asleep or unconscious, particularly if this has occurred suddenly and the sleep is deep

Once she received anesthesia, she was out like a light.

out loud
Using the voice; not silently; aloud

Can you say red leather, yellow leather out loud several times, without a mistake?.

out of
With the motivation of

I give money to charity out of pity.

out of
Not in a customary or desired state

This train will be going out of service at the next station.

out of
Not part of

This is out of my area of expertise.

out of
Beyond the range or limits of

He forgot to put the food out of reach of the dog.

out of
Without; no longer in possession of; not having more; divested of

Once out of the farm the approach of poverty would be sure.

out of
Having emerged from

The cat is out of the bag.

out of
From the inside to the outside of

The audience came out of the theater.

out of
In a group of

Out of the entire class, only Cynthia completed the work.

out of all proportion
Alternative form of out of proportion
out of bounds
Outside the area of play; beyond the sideline of a playing field or court

The ball went out of bounds.

out of bounds
beyond the bounds of civility or morality; extremely unreasonable

You were out of bounds to call him a criminal.

out of bounds
prohibited to enter

You can play wherever you want, but remember that the cemetery is out of bounds.

out of bounds
A sideline marking the edge of a playing field or court
out of breath
breathing with difficulty

We were all out of breath when we got to the summit.

out of business
No longer in business or service; defunct
out of character
Not acting; not "on"; behaving within one's natural personality rather than that of a character, or taking actions entirely outside the fictional context

Susan asked the GM, out of character, whether she was able to sense magic in the room.

out of character
Not in character; not successfully performing within the mindset of a given character in a theatrical performance. See also break character, drop character

I was out of character for most of the first act because those people in the third row wouldn't stop chatting.

out of character
Away from the mindset, personality, or behavior assumed for a role that an actor is rehearsing or performing, or that a player is playing

The comedian stepped out of character to mug directly to the audience.

out of character
Inconsistent with one's personality, disposition, or usual expected behaviour

The burst of anger was out of character for the normally placid boy.

out of character
In a manner inconsistent with one's usual and expected personality or behavior
out of commission
Not operational or not functioning properly

A traffic light was out of commission, leaving motorists to sort their way through an occasionally busy intersection.

out of condition
If you don't keep doing excercise in summer, you will find you are out of condition when the new season starts
out of condition
Not fit. Not healthy enough to do any hard, physical work or sport
out of context
Without context that is needed for understanding the original meaning

They took his statements out of context and made him sound like an extremist.

out of control
Of a person, when one is not in control of one's actions

When he heard the news he went crazy. He was completely out of control.

out of control
Of a situation, or machine that is not under control

The economy is out of control and is headed for a crash.

out of date
Not conforming to the current fashion or style; old-fashioned

The dresses she wears are quite out of date.

out of date
Too old to be used; not current; invalid; outmoded

I can't eat this salad, it's out of date.

out of doors
Not inside any building

The cat was out of doors, seemingly enjoying the sun.

out of fashion
unfashionable, not in fashion
out of fix
Wrong, broken, nonfunctional
out of gas
Tired; lacking energy or motivation

After twelve hours straight at the office, he was about out of gas and decided to go home and rest.

out of gas
: lacking fuel

The lawnmower was out of gas so he decided to let the grass grow.

out of hand
Without thought or consideration

He dismissed the idea out of hand.

out of hand
Not under control

Clean things as you go so that the mess does not get out of hand.

out of hand
Immediately

He bad to open wyde his brazen gate, / Which long time had bene shut, and out of hond / Proclaymed ioy and peace through all his state .

out of harm's way
Out of danger; no longer in a combat situation
out of house and home
In a manner that deprives one of dwelling or some aspect thereof

Many amphibians are being heated out of house and home.

out of it
Not participating in some trend or group

When my old friends turned up, my wife felt quite out of it.

out of it
Drunk
out of it
Disoriented; not thinking clearly

Having the flu all week left me pretty well out of it.

out of joint
Inappropriate; disordered
out of joint
dislocated

I fell over and put my shoulder out of joint.

out of joint
inauspicious

The time is out of joint.

out of kilter
Disturbed; out of order; not working or adjusted properly

I stayed up late to watch a movie, and my entire sleeping schedule has been out of kilter ever since.

out of line
Inappropriate or unsuitable, especially by reason of being unmannerly or indelicate

I hope my comments yesterday were not out of line.

out of luck
experiencing a temporary misfortune

You're out of luck, the train has just left.

out of nowhere
In an unexpected or inexplicable manner of arrival or occurrence

Mr Pickering's 'Hi!' came out of nowhere and hit him like a torpedo.

out of one's depth
To be in water so deep that one cannot stand up and a may be at risk of drowning. http: //www.yourdictionary.com/idioms/out-of-one-s-depth
out of one's depth
To be in a situation which one is poorly prepared or unprepared to handle

The team's first game was against the league champions; they were out of their depth and knew it.

out of one's league
too good or too expensive for one's level
out of one's league
In a situation in which one is mismatched with one or more others, whose accomplishments, preparedness, or other characteristics are on a significantly higher or lower level than one's own

He has an unwitting instructor in his cocky, bullying co-worker and pal, Kent (Pablo Schreiber), a slimeball whose knockout wife, Carly (Piper Perabo), is way out of his league.

out of one's league
exceeding one's competence level

Most U.S. authors trying to depict European sophistication seem indefinably out of their league, like children sashaying around in grown-up shoes.

out of one's mind
temporarily mentally unstable

When you didn't phone home, we were out of our minds with worry.

out of one's mind
insane; crazy

You're out of that mind if you think you can jump that far.

out of one's way
Not in the direct route that one would normally use

I gave him a lift, even though his house was a little out of my way.

out of one's way
Used to order someone to give one clear passage

Out of my way!.

out of order
Not functioning properly

The lift is always out of order.

out of order
Inappropriate or unsuitable

I suppose my remarks about his wife were out of order.

out of order
Out of normal sequence

You've got my index cards out of order again.

out of phase
out of synchronization
out of phase
not in phase
out of place
Not in the proper situation or arrangement, or inappropriate for the circumstances

Amongst all those horsey people I felt quite out of place.

out of pocket
Lacking funds, or suffering a loss

After three races he was £10 out of pocket.

out of pocket
Of or pertaining to the spending of cash rather than using credit

I had lots of out-of-pocket expenses.

out of practice
Diminished in proficiency, especially in exercising a skill, due to disuse or a lack of recent experience

I don't think I can play a tune on the piano anymore; I'm completely out of practice.

out of print
Not available from the publisher (of a printed work, especially a book)
out of proportion
Not in a proper or pleasing relation to other things, especially in terms of size

I only said that she wasn't as young as she used to be, and her response was out of proportion.

out of service
Not available for use

The sign that said the elevator was temporarily out of service had been there for months.

out of shape
physically unfit
out of sight
Drunk
out of sight
Superb, excellent

How was the party? Out of sight, man!.

out of sight
Not accessible to view

Jack's really mad at you. You better stay out of sight for a few days.

out of sight
Very expensive
out of sight, out of mind
When something is not nearby, it is forgotten about
out of sorts
Irritable or somewhat unwell, with vague medical symptoms

My lads,” said he, “we’ve had a hot day and are all tired and out of sorts.”.

out of stock
Temporarily unavailable for sale

Sorry, there's been a run on gribbets and we're out of stock.

out of the blue
unexpectedly; without warning or preparation

I really can't understand how something like this could simply pop up out of the blue.

out of the box
Outside the box; unconventional(ly): outside the limits of conventional thinking

She: You’re not trying to think out of the box!.

out of the box
Immediate(ly), without intervention from the customer

This software has to work out of the box, without any fancy installation.

out of the chute
At the start, immediately
out of the corner of one's eye
Sideways, obliquely, askance

I caught sight of him out of the corner of my eye.

out of the corner of one's eye
With suspicion

When he said he would pay her back next week, she looked at him out of the corner of her eye.

out of the frying pan and into the fire
Alternative form of out of the frying pan, into the fire
out of the frying pan into the fire
Alternative form of out of the frying pan, into the fire
out of the frying pan, into the fire
From an already bad situation to a worse one
out of the loop
Not informed up to date; current; not kept part of the discussion

After three weeks off, he felt a bit out of the loop when he returned to work.

out of the mouths of babes
The greatest wisdom comes from children, who are not afraid or weary of the world and its pressures
out of the ordinary
unusual or exceptional, especially for the better (often used in the negative)

The food was expensive, and nothing out of the ordinary.

out of the question
impossible to even contemplate

Redesigning the database at this stage is out of the question.

out of the running
No longer in competition

When it was revealed he shielded a friend from prosecution when he was the district attorney, he was out of the running for a judicial appointment.

out of the way
taken care of

Now that the main problems are out of the way, we can start working on the details.

out of the way
not obstructing or hindering; not in the way

Please move your bike out of the way.

out of the way
remote or secluded

I know this out-of-the-way hotel where we could stay.

out of the way
unusual or out of the ordinary
out of the way
improper or offensive
out of the woods
Out of peril; likely to recover or prevail over trouble; finished with the worst or most threatening part of a problem or illness

The patient is feeling a little better, but she's not out of the woods yet.

out of thin air
from non-existent, unknown or hidden resources

They don't seem to want to work to earn a living. They think they can make money out of thin air.

out of this world
exceptionally high quality; wonderful; marvellous

You must try the chef's special, it's just out of this world.

out of touch
no longer conversant with facts; not aware or realistic

Did his answer strike you as out of touch with reality?.

out of touch
no longer maintaining contact or communications

I had been out of touch with my old friend for a long time when she called.

out of town
From a different place; strange, foreign, new

When the out-of-town respondents reported their own feelings about New York City, the result was still more favorable.

out of town
Away from home; out of one's hometown
out of town
Away from home
out of towners
plural form of out of towner
out of true
Not properly aligned; out of alignment
out of tune
not in agreement, especially in musical pitch

The violins go out of tune in damp weather.

out of view
hidden, not visible
out of wedlock
of parents not legally married

Some children were born out of wedlock.

out of whack
Wrong, broken; specifically:

banged up left knee is out of whack.

out of work
unemployed, or having nothing to do
out on one's ear
fired, dismissed or thrown out, especially for some wrongdoing or otherwise with disgrace

If you are late one more time, you shall be out on your ear.

out on the tiles
Out for a night on the town
out the wazoo
out the ass; excessive or excessively; too much

I planted a few seeds and had radishes out the wazoo within a month.

out the window
Into the class of things obsolete, superseded, or irrelevant
out the window
Made obsolete; altered drastically as a result of situational change
out the ying yang
In abundance; in much greater quantity than is necessary or than is desired

Texas has bluebonnets out the ying yang this time of year.

out there
crazy; nutty; loony

I like the ideas Melissa came up with but Brad's ideas were just out there.

out to get someone
deliberately causing another person problems

The supervisor keeps telling me off. He’s out to get me.

out to lunch
clueless, inattentive or careless

After he drove with his turn signal on for five miles, I was pretty sure he was out to lunch.

out to lunch
Away eating lunch or for a midday break; especially, away from work or a job

She's out to lunch right now, but you may leave her a note.

out-
Surpass even A in the well known characteristics of A

Those who today are trying to out-Zola Zola or to undertake the scatological education of Lady Chatterley are, in effect, scrawling on their grandparents' lavatory walls. (, Time).

out-
Surpassing, exceeding

outlast.

out-
Greater than, beyond

outsize.

out-
Completely

outfit.

out-
External to, on the outside of

outhouse.

out-
Toward the outside of, away from

outflee.

out-and-out
Complete, utter

I'm sure most of the people in this room will share the same view, but even as an out-and-out atheist one can't help noticing that the role of a god has had an enormously profound impact on human history over many, many centuries.

out-of-band
Out-of-band signaling describes signals that are sent between two parties or two devices that are sent via a path or method different from that of the primary communication between the two parties or devices
out-of-band
Out-of-band communication or out-of-band identity verification involves a program or authentication system's challenge and response to a user via a method other than the primary means of accessing the software. For example, a web application might request verification of a user's identity by sending that user an IM, rather than by presenting a web form for username and password entry
out-of-battery
In firearms and artillery, a condition in which a live round is at least partially in the firing chamber and capable of being fired, but is not properly secured by the usual mechanism of that particular weapon
out-of-body
Perceived as if from an position external to one's body; as if one's mind had separated from the body
out-of-body experience
An experience where one feels outside of one’s body
out-of-body experiences
plural form of out-of-body experience
out-of-bounds
beyond designated limits
out-of-context
Not in the context necessary to show original meaning
out-of-court
Without resorting to formal legal action

To avoid the negative publicity, we arrived at an out-of-court settlement.

out-of-date
Alternative form of out of date

The Rabbit could not claim to be a model of anything, for he didn’t know that real rabbits existed; he thought they were all stuffed with sawdust like himself, and he understood that sawdust was quite out-of-date and should never be mentioned in modern circles.

out-of-order
Alternative spelling of out of order
out-of-pocket
Alternative spelling of out of pocket
out-of-print
No longer offered for sale by a publisher; no longer on the firsthand market

I'm sorry, but that book has been out-of-print for twenty years.

out-of-service
Not working, not functioning, broken; currently unavailable

No one much likes it when something—an empty cab, an out-of-service subway train, summer—goes by without stopping.

out-of-state
Of, pertaining to, or originating in another state

out-of-state plates.

out-of-universe
Referring to a perspective or view from the real world, in contrast to a perspective from within the fictional world

An out-of-universe perspective of the Narnia series might classify a hag as a witch, though author C. S. Lewis excludes them from this category within the stories.

out-of-whack
Alternative spelling of out of whack
out-swinger
A ball that curves away from the goal
Türkisch - Englisch
{f} whip
{f} bail
out of the ordinary
alışılmamış
out
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