out - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "out" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

out / из, вне, за
of, from, out, out of, in, among
outside, out, out of, beyond, outside of, without
for, per, over, behind, at, out
имя существительное
out, strikeout
output, exit, out, outlet, escape, entrance
lack, drawback, flaw, deficiency, shortage, out
outside, out, beyond, outward
out, outside, outward, outwards, forth
out, there, away, off, here
имя прилагательное
outer, external, outdoor, outside, exterior, out
external, outer, foreign, outside, outdoor, out
remote, distant, outlying, farther, far, out
out, excommunicate
expel, kick, out, chase, drive out, cast out
stew, extinguish, put out, braise, quench, out
имя прилагательное
not at home or at one's place of work.
if he called, she'd pretend to be out
revealed or made public.
the secret was soon out
no longer alight; extinguished.
the fire was nearly out
at an end.
school was out for the summer
not possible or worth considering.
a trip to the seaside is out
moving or appearing to move away from a particular place, especially one that is enclosed or hidden.
he walked out into the street
situated far or at a particular distance from somewhere.
an old farmhouse right out in the middle of nowhere
away from home.
he's gone out
indicating a specified distance away from the goal line or finishing line.
he scored from 70 meters out
so as to be revealed or known.
find out what you can
имя существительное
a way of escaping from a problem or dilemma.
he was desperately looking for an out
an act of putting a player out.
The biggest difference between them is in the number of outs that these two players have generated over the course of their careers.
the political party or politicians not in office.
The early Australian Labor Party, highly critical of the game of ins and outs in colonial politics, wanted the people to rule more directly.
come or go out; emerge.
the truth will out
reveal the homosexuality of (a prominent person).
I don't think there is any good argument for outing a closeted politician who supports gay rights.
through to the outside.
he ran out the door
to the point of surpassing or exceeding.
external; separate; from outside.
away from; outward.
blood was pouring out from his nose
The night is clear after the cloudy day and the stars are bright now that the hotel's lights are out .
He could hear voices from the kitchen and his name being shouted out and then he heard a loud banging on the toilet door.
When word got out that me and mom were moving to California, everyone in the church was sad.
He actually typed it out and kept it with him though when he read it out he didn't use the Welsh accent which it demands.
When I released those albums punk was in and romance was out .
Three hundred feet below, a red inflatable boat chugged out from the beach towards a strong swimmer.
You write the whole thing out word for word, check the spelling, check the grammar.
Wilson returned to the store after dark and was concerned to find all the lights were out .
I phoned Hari but he was out , so I left a message with his concierge.