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could you pllease tell me the meaning of the idiom out of courtsey
"out of courtesy" refers to an act of respect or consideration for another person. It's polite behavior.
Max: Excuse me. Would you like to take my seat? I can stand.
Sam: Why? Do I look ill or something, like I need to sit down?
Max: Just out of courtesy, man. The bus is crowded, there aren't any vacant seats and you have a lot of packages.