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take out

  1. escort someone to a social event or place of entertainment.
    "I finally get to take her out on Saturday night"
  2. obtain an official document or service.
    "you can take out a loan for a specific purchase"
  3. relieve frustration or anger by attacking or mistreating a person or thing not responsible for such feelings.
    "my parents always take their anger out on me"
  4. buy food at a cafe or restaurant for eating elsewhere.
    "he ordered a lamb madras to take out"
  5. kill, destroy, or disable someone or something.
    "some say the Mob took him out for crossing them"
    synonyms: kill, murder, assassinate, put to death, do away with, put an end to, get rid of, dispatch, execute, finish off, eliminate, exterminate, terminate, destroy, obliterate, annihilate, do in, bump off, rub out, wipe out, hit, mow down, top, slay
  6. respond to a bid or double by one's partner by bidding a different suit.
    "most players would take their partners out into 4♥ on these hands"

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What does it mean to take out on someone?
: to treat someone badly because one feels angry, frustrated, etc. workers who go home and take out their frustration on their families I'm sorry you didn't get the job, but don't take it out on me.
What does take out mean in slang?
What does getting take out mean?
When you order food from a restaurant but eat it at home, you can call it takeout. After a long week, you and your family might get takeout and eat it while watching a movie.
What is the meaning of to take someone?
: to treat (someone or something) as being very important and deserving attention or respect.
to go with someone to a restaurant, theater, performance, etc. and pay for everything: Our boss took us out for dinner.
1. to remove something from a pocket, bag etc · 2. to take someone to a place like a cinema or a restaurant and usually pay for them · 3. to get something ...
He/she/it: takes out
Past tense: took out
Present participle: taking out
Past participle: taken out
1. a. · to remove; extract ; 2. to obtain by application to the proper authority ; 3. Informal. to escort ; 4. Slang. to kill; specif., to assassinate ; 5. Bridge.
1. verb To remove or extract someone or something from something or some place. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "take" and "out.
1. verb To remove or extract someone or something from something or some place. · 2. verb To bring, carry, or remove something to a specific location outside. · 3 ...
: to treat someone badly because one feels angry, frustrated, etc. workers who go home and take out their frustration on their families I'm sorry you didn't get ...
: to require a lot of work or energy and cause someone to feel physically or emotionally tired That interview really took it out of me. Learn More About take it ...
From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake somebody/something ↔ out phrasal verb1 INVITE take somebody ↔ out to take someone as your guest to a ...
phrasal verb ; someone out, take out someoneEscort someone to a social event or place of entertainment. ; something out, take out somethingObtain an official ...
take out ; take somebody out · to go to a restaurant, theatre, club, etc. with somebody you have invited ; take somebody/something out · (informal) ; take something ...