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What does the structure "Something out of somebody" mean ?
I've met this in the following context:
"You want the human-interest angle?" She didn't smile at me. I don't think she ever smiles. But her eyes were sharp, though not angry. I felt her glance slide through me and out my occiput and knew that I was uncommonly transparent to her; that everybody was.
But I said, "That's right."
"Human interest out of robots? A contradiction."
"No, doctor. Out of you."
"Well, I've been called a robot myself. Surely, they've told you I'm not human."
Ofcourse I can guess the meaning from the context, but I'm not sure I'm right.
Can you please give more examples of using this structure.
Thanks to everyone in advance !