Definition of rock out in English:

rock out

Perform rock music loudly and vigorously: the Waterboys rock out fiercely in one of the most anthemic tracks the band has recorded
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  • The Canadian guitar god should have been dressed in a schoolboy uniform as he rocked out like AC/DC throughout the performance.
  • With just a square black stage and some colourful lights, it almost felt like the group were rocking out at their local bar - except for the thousands of screaming hordes.
  • When they aren't rocking out, the band do what they can to encourage their fans to become politically aware and get out to the voting polls.
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