Phrasal Verb: Go out

Phrasal Verb: Go out


Meaning: Stop burning, be extinguished

Example: The candle WENT OUT and left us in darkness.

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Phrasal Verb: Go out


Meaning: Leave a place

Example: He WENT OUT last night.

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Meaning: Go on strike

Example: The workers WENT OUT for more money.

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Meaning: Become infashionable

Example: That sort of tie WENT OUT last year.

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Meaning: Move backwards, of a tide

Example: The tide GOES OUT in the evening.

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Meaning: Be eliminated in a competition

Example: England WENT OUT in the second round.

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Meaning: Be transmitted

Example: The item WENT OUT on the news yesterday.

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Meaning: Be sent

Example: The newsletter WENT OUT last night.

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Phrasal Verb: Go out


Meaning: Intend

Example: I didn't GO OUT to offend them.

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