I.out [aʊt] VERB trans
Out is used after many verbs in English to alter or reinforce the meaning of the verb ( hold out, wipe out, filter out etc.). Very often in French, a verb alone will be used to translate these combinations. For translations you should consult the appropriate verb entry ( hold, wipe, filter etc.). When out is used as an adverb meaning outside, it often adds little to the sense of the phrase: they're out in the garden = they're in the garden. In such cases out will not usually be translated: ils sont dans le jardin.
out is used as an adverb to mean absent or not at home. In this case she's out really means she's gone out and the French translation is elle est sortie. For the phrase out of see III. in the entry below. For examples of the above and other uses, see the entry below. 3. out (away from land, base): 4. out (in the world at large): 7. out (for social activity): 8. out (published, now public): 14. out (over, finished): 15. out Brit (incorrect): 16. out (not possible) : inf 17. out (actively in search of) : inf 18. out (not in fashion) : inf 2. out (expressing ratio): 4. out (beyond defined limits): 5. out (free from confinement): 6. out (expressing shelter): 10. out , RIDING HORSE (lineage of horse): I.wipe [ wʌɪp, Brit waɪp] Am NOUN 2. wipe (disposable cloth): II.wipe [ wʌɪp, Brit waɪp] Am VERB trans 2. wipe: wipe CINE
TV I.hold < , prét held> part passé [ həʊld, Brit hoʊld] Am VERB trans 4. hold (have capacity for): 5. hold (contain) drawer, cupboard, box, case: 6. hold (support) shelf, fridge, branch, roof: 8. hold (keep against will) police, kidnappers: II.hold < , prét held> part passé [ həʊld, Brit hoʊld] Am VERB intr III.to hold oneself VERB refl hold refl <
: , prét held> part passé IV.hold [ həʊld, Brit hoʊld] Am NOUN 6. hold SPORT (in wrestling): 7. hold (of hairspray, gel): I.filter [ ˈfɪltə, Brit ˈfɪltər] Am NOUN 5. filter Brit TRANSP (arrow): II.filter [ ˈfɪltə, Brit ˈfɪltər] Am VERB trans III.filter [ ˈfɪltə, Brit ˈfɪltər] Am VERB intr come out VERB [ kʌm -, Brit kəm -] Am 5. come out (be emitted): 7. come out (be deleted): 8. come out (be published, issued): 9. come out (become known): 13. come out (enter society): out and out [ aʊt(ə)ndˈaʊt] Brit ADJ I.ferret out VERB [ ˈfɛrɪt -, Brit ˈfɛrət -] Am inf (ferret [ sth] out, ferret out [ sth]) II.ferret out VERB [ ˈfɛrɪt -, Brit ˈfɛrət -] Am inf (ferret [ sb] out) swear out VERB [ swɛː -, Brit swɛr -] Am Am LAW sweat out VERB [ swɛt -, Brit swɛt -] Am I.blurt out VERB [ bləːt -, Brit blərt -] Am (blurt [ sth] out, blurt out [ sth]) I.board out VERB [ bɔːd -, Brit bɔrd -] Am (board [ sb] out, board out [ sb]) I.fork out VERB [ fɔːk -, Brit fɔrk -] Am inf (fork out) II.fork out VERB [ fɔːk -, Brit fɔrk -] Am inf (fork out [ sth]) I.brazen out VERB [ ˈbreɪz(ə)n -, Brit ˈbreɪzən -] Am (brazen it out) I.blow out VERB [ bləʊ -, Brit bloʊ -] Am (blow out) 1. blow out candle, flame: II.blow out VERB [ bləʊ -, Brit bloʊ -] Am (blow [ sth] out, blow out [ sth]) 1. blow out (extinguish): 2. out (reveal : sb's homosexuality) out → out of 9. out (come to an end, conclude): 10. out (not fashionable): 1. out (absent, not present): 2. out (released, published): 8. out inf (in existence): 9. out (unconscious, tired): 1. out of (towards outside from): 2. out of (outside from): I.inside [ɪnˈsaɪd] ADJ inv 1. inside no pl (internal part or side): III.inside [ɪnˈsaɪd] PREP 2. inside (within time of): 1. inside (within something): 8. in (in situation, state, manner of): 11. in (taking the form of): 16. in (substitution of): 17. in (as consequence of): III.in [ɪn] ADJ (popular) 2. cut-out (safety device): 2. bombed-out inf (high): do out VERB trans always sep 1. do out Brit inf (decorate): 2. do out Brit inf (tidy up):