Synonyms of out in English:

out

adjective & adverb

  • 1 I'm afraid she's out at the moment
    not here, not at home, not in, gone away, away, elsewhere, absent, away from one's desk
    I'm afraid she's out at the moment
    [Antonyms] in
  • 3 the roses are out
    in flower, flowering, in bloom, in full bloom, blooming, in blossom, blossoming, open
    the roses are out
    [Antonyms] in bud
  • 4 the book should be out by the end of the month
    available, obtainable, in the shops, published, in print, issued
  • 7 smoking is out and so is too much alcohol
    forbidden, not permitted, not allowed, proscribed, taboo, impermissible, unacceptable, not advisable
    informal not on
    smoking is out and so is too much alcohol
    [Antonyms] permitted ok

verb

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  • informal it was not our intention to out him
    expose, unmask, uncover

Phrases

out cold

unconsciousknocked outout for the countKO'dinsensiblecomatosesenseless informalkayoeddead to the worldBritish informalspark out raresoporosesoporous

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