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to go with someone to a restaurant, theater, performance, etc. and pay for everything: Our boss took us out for dinner.
5 days ago · take out something/someone meaning: to remove something or someone: . Learn more.
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. 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 "off.
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 "off.
Definition of take (something) out on (someone) ... : to treat someone badly because one feels angry, frustrated, etc. workers who go home and take out their ...
If you take someone out, they go to something such as a restaurant or theater with you after you have invited them, and usually you pay for them. Jessica's ...
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 · 1take someone out, take out someoneEscort someone to a social event or place of entertainment. · 2take something out, take out somethingObtain an ...
The meaning of the English phrasal verb TAKE OUT with example sentences. ... (transitive) When you invite someone to go out with you, often on a date ...