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take out

verb as in abstract

verb as in dispatch

verb as in milk

verb as in subtract

verb as in take

verb as in unpack

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The former has gone so far as to take out ads apologizing for its lapses.

George would take out his lyric book and acoustic guitar and play us the song we would be working on that day.

My nearest relation, my wife, is telling me to get off my database and take out the garbage.

It has been inaccessible for weeks as Israeli bombardment and troops try to take out heavy guerrilla resistance.

Will I be able to take out a map and simply point it out, like most people do when they are asked about their heritage?

This did not relate to the boilers; Trevithick unfortunately did not take out a patent for that improvement.

And then came the incredible orders that he was to take out his four ships to be destroyed by the American navy waiting outside!

Too much for me to take out of my pocket for a stranger; but not for my wife's father—not if it was ten times that.

That was always closed except to open just to take out the trash can.

Let this stew for an hour; then take out the duck, strain the gravy, and remove all fat, and add plenty of mushrooms.


On this page you'll find 1817 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to take out, such as: bread, cooking, cuisine, drink, fare, and feed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.