How Do You Define TAKE OUT?
A phrase that means arranging for the issuance of insurance, because I have a policy on my wife's jewelry.
Literal Meanings of TAKE OUT
Meanings of TAKE:
Hold (something) with your hands.
Remove (someone or something) from a specific place.
Take it or take it with you by car.
Receiving or receiving (someone or something)
Consumption in the form of food, drink, drugs or narcotics.
Perform, perform or act
Need or use (fixed term)
Let yourself be interesting or delighted.
Root or germination begins (from plants or seeds)
As part of a proper project or as needed.
A scene in which pictures or recordings are made permanently, or a series of sounds or pictures, or a scene at a time.
The amount of something received or received from a source or in a session.
Multiple copies were compiled at the same time or by one composer.
Sentences of TAKE
He bent down to take her hand
He took the envelope from his inside pocket
He took a folder with his photos
Recommended to accept any job offered
Take an aspirin and lie down
Lucy took a deep breath
It took the jury an hour and a half to convict McPherson
Synonyms of TAKE
bewitch, conduct, lay hold of, remove, charm, get into one's hands, delight, filmed sequence, take on, imbibe, accomplish, drag, enchant, carry, continue for, lug, cart, lure, withdraw, complete, shift, dazzle, take hold of, fulfil, infatuate, draw
Meanings of OUT:
A way to avoid any trouble or dilemma.
The task of eliminating the player.
Political parties or politicians who do not hold office.
Not at home or at work.
Disclosure or publication
Blooming (of flowers).
It doesn't shine anymore.
This is neither possible nor should be considered.
In a coma
Error after error.
Outside the designated play area (from ball to tennis and similar sports).
Sentences of OUT
The door is running
The biggest difference between them is that these two players have paid more than their careers.
Australia's first Labor party, which was highly critical of colonial policies, wanted the people to govern more directly.
When I call, I pretend I'm out
June, when the poppies open, is a great time to visit Umbria.
The fire is near
School ready for summer
Travel to the beach
Synonyms of OUT
quenched, in bloom, disclose, wide of the mark, revealed, away, wrong, stunned, common knowledge, absent, stupefied, show, turn out, manifest, extinguished, unconscious, oust, in flower, exhibit, mistaken, ban, off, inaccurate, not here, elsewhere, uncover