go out definition

  • verb:
    • To leave, particularly a building.
    • to go out of your abode to visit public venues.
    • To be eliminated from a competition.
    • To leave, particularly a building.
    • is turned-off or extinguished
    • to go out of, specially a building.
    • to go out of, specially a building.
    • To become extinct, to expire.
    • To leave one's abode to visit public places.
    • To leave a person's abode to go to public places.
    • To leave a person's abode to visit public venues.
    • To discard or meld all cards in one's hand
    • to go out of, specifically a building.
    • becoming eradicated from a competition.
    • is eradicated from a competition.
    • To become out of fashion.
    • to go out of a person's abode to visit public venues.
    • to-be switched off or extinguished
    • become deterred or extinguished
    • having a romantic relationship, the one that requires heading out together on times)
    • To be eliminated from a competition.
    • In order to become extinct, to expire.
    • In order to become extinct, to expire.
    • To have an enchanting commitment with some body.
    • To leave, especially a building.
    • becoming eliminated from a competition.
    • To discard or meld all cards in one's hand
    • to go out of a person's abode to go to public places.
    • To fail.
    • To discard or meld all cards in one's hand
    • to be out-of-fashion.
    • becoming eradicated from a competition.
    • to be out-of-fashion.
    • to own an intimate commitment, the one that requires venturing out collectively on dates)
    • is turned off or extinguished
    • is turned off or extinguished
    • In order to become extinct, to expire.
    • to own a romantic commitment with someone.
    • To have an intimate relationship, one that involves venturing out collectively on times)
    • to be extinct, to expire.
    • To fail.
    • To discard or meld all of the cards within one's hand
    • To have an intimate commitment with somebody.
    • To discard or meld all of the cards in a single's hand
    • is deterred or extinguished
    • to be out of fashion.
    • To fail.
    • To become extinct, to expire.
    • To have an enchanting commitment, one that involves heading out together on times)
    • In order to become out-of-fashion.
    • To discard or meld most of the cards in a single's hand
    • To have an intimate relationship with some body.
    • To have a romantic relationship, one that requires venturing out together on times)
    • To fail.
    • To become out of fashion.
    • To have a romantic commitment with someone.
    • To have an enchanting commitment, one which requires going out collectively on dates)
    • having an enchanting commitment with somebody.
    • To fail.
    • To fail.
    • to go out of, especially a building.
    • To leave an individual's abode to go to public venues.
    • become eliminated from a competition.
    • becoming turned-off or extinguished
    • to be extinct, to expire.
    • To discard or meld all of the cards within one's hand
    • to go out of, particularly a building.
    • To leave, specifically a building.
    • to go out of an individual's abode to go to public venues.
    • To leave one's abode to visit public places.
    • To be eradicated from a competition.
    • become eliminated from a competition.
    • to-be turned off or extinguished
    • To be deterred or extinguished
    • To become extinct, to expire.
    • In order to become extinct, to expire.
    • To discard or meld all of the cards within one's hand
    • To discard or meld all the cards in a single's hand
    • To become out of fashion.
    • To become out of fashion.
    • To have an enchanting relationship, one that involves going out together on dates)
    • To have an enchanting commitment, one which requires venturing out together on times)
    • to be out of fashion.
    • having an intimate commitment with someone.
    • to go out of, specially a building.
    • to possess a romantic commitment, one which requires heading out collectively on times)
    • to go out of one's abode to go to public venues.
    • To fail.
    • to possess an intimate commitment with some body.
    • To fail.
    • become eradicated from a competition.
    • is turned-off or extinguished
    • To leave, particularly a building.
    • to be extinct, to expire.
    • To leave your abode to attend public places.
    • To discard or meld all cards in one single's hand
    • becoming eradicated from a competition.
    • to be out-of-fashion.
    • to possess a romantic relationship, one which requires going out collectively on times)
    • to-be switched off or extinguished
    • having a romantic commitment with somebody.
    • to be extinct, to expire.
    • To fail.
    • To discard or meld all of the cards in one single's hand
    • to be out-of-fashion.
    • to possess an intimate commitment with somebody.
    • to possess an intimate commitment, one that requires going out together on dates)
    • having an intimate relationship with some body.
    • To fail.
    • To fail.
    • To leave, especially a building.
    • to go out of a person's abode to attend public venues.
    • becoming eliminated from a competition.
    • to-be turned-off or extinguished
    • to be extinct, to expire.
    • To discard or meld all the cards in one single's hand
    • to be out-of-fashion.
    • to own an enchanting relationship, the one that requires venturing out together on dates)
    • To have an intimate relationship with some body.
    • To fail.

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