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act out

  

      vb   adv  
1    tr   to reproduce (an idea, former event, etc.) in actions, often by mime  
2      (Psychiatry)   to express unconsciously (a repressed impulse or experience) in overt behaviour  
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back out  
      vb   intr, adv; often followed by: of   to withdraw (from an agreement, etc.)  

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bail out   , bale out  
      vb   adv  
1    intr   to make an emergency parachute jump from an aircraft  
2    tr  
Informal   to help (a person, organization, etc.) out of a predicament  
the government bailed the company out     
3    intr  
Informal   to escape from a predicament  

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bawl out  
      vb   tr, adv  
Informal   to scold loudly  

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bear out  
      vb   tr, adv   to show to be true or truthful; confirm  
the witness will bear me out     

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out

  

      adj  
1    impossible, not allowed, not on     (informal)   ruled out, unacceptable  
2    abroad, absent, away, elsewhere, gone, not at home, outside  
3    antiquated, behind the times, dated, dead, démodé, old-fashioned, old hat, passé, square     (informal)   unfashionable  
4    at an end, cold, dead, doused, ended, exhausted, expired, extinguished, finished, used up  
  
Antonyms     
  
3    à la mode, fashionable, in, in fashion, latest, modern, trendy     (Brit. informal)   up-to-date, with it     (informal)  


all-out     
complete, determined, exhaustive, full, full-on     (informal)   full-scale, maximum, optimum, outright, resolute, supreme, thorough, thoroughgoing, total, undivided, unlimited, unremitting, unrestrained, unstinted, utmost  
  
Antonyms     
   careless, cursory, half-hearted, negligent, off-hand, perfunctory, unenthusiastic  
back out     
abandon, cancel, chicken out     (informal)   cop out     (slang)   give up, go back on, recant, renege, resign, retreat, withdraw  
bail out   , bale out  
1    aid, help, relieve, rescue, save (someone's) bacon     (informal, chiefly Brit.)  
2    escape, quit, retreat, withdraw  
bale out  
    bail out  
bear out     
confirm, corroborate, endorse, justify, prove, substantiate, support, uphold, vindicate  
black out  
      vb  
1    conceal, cover, darken, eclipse, obfuscate, shade  
2    collapse, faint, flake out     (informal)   lose consciousness, pass out, swoon  
block out     
chart, map out, outline, plan, sketch  
blow out  
1    extinguish, put out, snuff  
2    burst, erupt, explode, rupture, shatter  
blurt out     
babble, blab, blow the gaff     (Brit. slang)   cry, disclose, exclaim, gush, let the cat out of the bag, reveal, run off at the mouth     (slang)   spill, spill one's guts     (slang)   spill the beans     (informal)   spout     (informal)   sputter, tattle, tell all, utter suddenly  
bow out     
abandon, back out, call it a day or night, cop out     (slang)   get out, give up, pull out, quit, resign, retire, step down     (informal)   throw in the sponge, throw in the towel, withdraw  
branch out     
add to, develop, diversify, enlarge, expand, extend, have a finger in every pie, increase, multiply, proliferate, ramify, spread out  
break out  
1    appear, arise, begin, commence, emerge, happen, occur, set in, spring up, start  
2    abscond, bolt, break loose, burst out, escape, flee, get free  
3    burst out, erupt  
carry out     
accomplish, achieve, carry through, consummate, discharge, effect, execute, fulfil, implement, perform, realize  
clear out  
1    empty, exhaust, get rid of, sort, tidy up  
2    beat it     (slang)   decamp, depart, hook it     (slang)   leave, make oneself scarce, make tracks, pack one's bags     (informal)   retire, slope off, take oneself off, withdraw  
come out  
1    appear, be announced, be divulged, be issued, be published, be released, be reported, be revealed  
2    conclude, end, result, terminate  
come out with     
acknowledge, come clean, declare, disclose, divulge, lay open, own, own up, say  
cop-out     
alibi, dodge, fraud, pretence, pretext  
cop out     
abandon, desert, dodge, quit, renege, renounce, revoke, skip, skive     (Brit. slang)   withdraw  
count out     
disregard, except, exclude, leave out, leave out of account, pass over  
cross out      , off  
blue-pencil, cancel, delete, eliminate, strike off or out  
cut out  
1    cease, delete, extract, give up, kick     (informal)   refrain from, remove, sever, stop  
2      (informal)   displace, eliminate, exclude, oust, supersede, supplant  
cut out for     
adapted, adequate, competent, designed, eligible, equipped, fitted, qualified, suitable, suited  
dish out     
allocate, distribute, dole out, hand out, inflict, mete out  
do out of     
balk, bilk, cheat, con     (informal)   cozen, deprive, diddle     (informal)   swindle, trick  
down and out  
1   
      adj   derelict, destitute, dirt-poor     (informal)   flat broke     (informal)   impoverished, on one's uppers     (informal)   penniless, ruined, short, without two pennies to rub together     (informal)  
2    down-and-out     
      n   bag lady     (chiefly U.S.)   beggar, bum     (informal)   derelict, dosser     (Brit. slang)   loser, outcast, pauper, tramp, vagabond, vagrant  
draw out     
drag out, extend, lengthen, make longer, prolong, prolongate, protract, spin out, stretch, string out  
  
Antonyms     
   curtail, cut, cut short, dock, pare down, reduce, shorten, trim, truncate  
drop out     
abandon, back out, cop out     (slang)   fall by the wayside, forsake, give up, leave, quit, renege, stop, withdraw  
drum out     
cashier, discharge, dismiss, disown, drive out, expel, oust, outlaw  
eke out  
1    be economical with, be frugal with, be sparing with, economize on, husband, stretch out  
2    add to, enlarge, increase, make up (with), supplement  
fagged out     
all in     (slang)   beat     (slang)   clapped out     (Austral. & N.Z. informal)   creamcrackered     (Brit. informal)   exhausted, fatigued, jaded, jiggered     (informal)   knackered     (slang)   on one's last legs     (informal)   shagged out     (Brit. slang)   wasted, weary, wiped out     (informal)   worn out, zonked     (slang)  
fall out  
1    altercate, argue, clash, come to blows, differ, disagree, fight, quarrel, squabble  
2    chance, come to pass, happen, occur, pan out     (informal)   result, take place, turn out  
fan out     
disperse, lay out, open out, space out, spread, spread out, unfurl  
far-out     
advanced, avant-garde, bizarre, off-the-wall     (slang)   outlandish, outré, unconventional, weird, wild  
ferret out     
bring to light, dig up, disclose, discover, drive out, elicit, get at, nose out, root out, run to earth, search out, smell out, trace, track down, unearth  
figure out  
1    calculate, compute, reckon, work out  
2    comprehend, decipher, fathom, make head or tail of     (informal)   make out, resolve, see, suss (out)     (slang)   understand  
find out  
1    detect, discover, learn, note, observe, perceive, realize  
2    bring to light, catch, detect, disclose, expose, reveal, rumble     (Brit. informal)   suss (out)     (slang)   uncover, unmask  
fish out     
extract, extricate, find, haul out, produce, pull out  
fizzle out     
abort, collapse, come to nothing, die away, end in disappointment, fail, fall through, fold     (informal)   miss the mark, peter out  
flake out     
collapse, faint, keel over, lose consciousness, pass out, swoon     (literary)  
get out     
alight, break out, clear out     (informal)   decamp, escape, evacuate, extricate oneself, free oneself, leave, vacate, withdraw  
get out of     
avoid, body-swerve     (Scot.)   dodge, escape, evade, shirk  
give out  
1    discharge, emit, exhale, exude, produce, release, send out, smell of, throw out, vent  
2    announce, broadcast, communicate, disseminate, impart, make known, notify, publish, shout from the rooftops     (informal)   transmit, utter  
go out  
1    depart, exit, leave  
2    be extinguished, die out, expire, fade out  
hammer out     
accomplish, bring about, come to a conclusion, complete, excogitate, finish, form a resolution, make a decision, negotiate, produce, settle, sort out, thrash out, work out  
hand-out  
1    alms, charity, dole  
2    bulletin, circular, free sample, leaflet, literature     (informal)   mailshot, press release  
hand out     
deal out, disburse, dish out     (informal)   dispense, disseminate, distribute, give out, mete  
hang-out     
den, dive     (slang)   haunt, home, joint     (slang)   resort  
hide-out     
den, hideaway, hiding place, lair, secret place, shelter  
hit out (at)     
assail, attack, castigate, condemn, denounce, inveigh against, lash out, rail against, strike out at  
hold out  
1    extend, give, offer, present, proffer  
2    carry on, continue, endure, hang on, last, persevere, persist, stand fast, stay the course, withstand  
iron out     
clear up, eliminate, eradicate, erase, expedite, get rid of, harmonize, put right, reconcile, resolve, settle, simplify, smooth over, sort out, straighten out, unravel  
kick out     
discharge, dismiss, eject, evict, expel, get rid of, give (someone) their marching orders, give the boot     (slang)   give the bum's rush     (slang)   give the push, kiss off     (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.)   oust, reject, remove, sack     (informal)   show one the door, throw out on one's ear     (informal)   toss out  
kit out      , up  
accoutre, arm, deck out, equip, fit out, fix up, furnish, outfit, provide with, supply  
lay out  
1    arrange, design, display, exhibit, plan, spread out  
2      (informal)   disburse, expend, fork out     (slang)   invest, pay, shell out     (informal)   spend  
3      (informal)   kayo     (slang)   knock for six     (informal)   knock out, knock unconscious, KO or K.O.     (slang)  
leave out     
bar, cast aside, count out, disregard, except, exclude, ignore, neglect, omit, overlook, reject  
let out  
1    emit, give vent to, produce  
2    discharge, free, let go, liberate, release  
3    betray, blow wide open     (slang)   disclose, leak, let fall, let slip, make known, reveal, take the wraps off  
light out     
abscond, depart, do a bunk     (Brit. slang)   do a runner     (slang)   escape, fly the coop     (U.S. & Canad. informal)   make off, quit, run away, scarper     (Brit. slang)   skedaddle     (informal)   take a powder     (U.S. & Canad. slang)   take it on the lam     (U.S. & Canad. slang)  
lock out     
ban, bar, debar, exclude, keep out, refuse admittance to, shut out  
long-drawn-out     
dragged out, interminable, lengthy, marathon, overextended, overlong, prolonged, protracted, spun out  
look out     
be alert, be careful, be on guard, be on the qui vive, be vigilant, beware, keep an eye out, keep one's eyes open, keep one's eyes peeled, keep one's eyes skinned, pay attention, watch out  
make out  
1    descry, detect, discern, discover, distinguish, espy, perceive, recognize, see  
2    comprehend, decipher, fathom, follow, grasp, perceive, realize, see, suss (out)     (slang)   understand, work out  
3    complete, draw up, fill in or out, inscribe, write (out)  
4    demonstrate, describe, prove, represent, show  
5    assert, claim, let on, make as if or though, pretend  
6    fare, get on, manage, prosper, succeed, thrive  
measure out     
allot, apportion, assign, deal out, dispense, distribute, divide, divvy up     (informal)   dole out, issue, mete out, parcel out, pour out, share out  
mind out     
be careful, be on one's guard, beware, keep one's eyes open, look out, pay attention, take care, watch  
odd man out     
exception, freak, maverick, misfit, nonconformist, outsider, square peg in a round hole     (informal)  
out-and-out     
absolute, arrant, complete, consummate, deep-dyed     (usually derogatory)   downright, dyed-in-the-wool, outright, perfect, thoroughgoing, total, unmitigated, unqualified, utter  
out of date     
antiquated, archaic, dated, discarded, elapsed, expired, extinct, invalid, lapsed, obsolete, old-fashioned, outmoded, out of the ark     (informal)   outworn, passé, stale, superannuated, superseded, unfashionable  
  
Antonyms     
   contemporary, current, fashionable, in, new, now     (informal)   trendy     (Brit. informal)   up to date, valid  
out-of-the-way  
1    distant, far-flung, inaccessible, isolated, lonely, obscure, off the beaten track, outlying, remote, secluded, unfrequented  
2    abnormal, curious, exceptional, extraordinary, odd, outlandish, out of the ordinary, peculiar, strange, uncommon, unusual  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    accessible, close, convenient, frequented, handy, near, nearby, proximate, reachable, within sniffing distance     (informal)  
out of work     
idle, jobless, laid off, on the dole     (Brit.)   out of a job, redundant, unemployed  
pan out     
come out, come to pass     (archaic)   culminate, eventuate, happen, result, turn out, work out  
pass out  
1      (informal)   become unconscious, black out     (informal)   drop, faint, flake out     (informal)   keel over     (informal)   lose consciousness, swoon     (literary)  
2    deal out, distribute, dole out, hand out  
pay out  
1    cough up     (informal)   disburse, expend, fork out or over or up     (slang)   lay out     (informal)   shell out     (informal)   spend  
2    get even with     (informal)   pay back, retaliate, settle a score  
peter out     
come to nothing, die out, dwindle, ebb, evaporate, fade, fail, give out, run dry, run out, stop, taper off, wane  
phase out     
axe     (informal)   close, deactivate, dispose of gradually, ease off, eliminate, pull, pull out, remove, replace, run down, taper off, terminate, wind down, wind up, withdraw  
  
Antonyms     
   activate, begin, create, establish, form, initiate, open, set up, start  
pick out  
1    choose, cull, hand-pick, select, separate the sheep from the goats, single out, sort out  
2    discriminate, distinguish, identify, make distinct, make out, notice, perceive, recognize, tell apart  
point out     
allude to, bring up, call attention to, identify, indicate, mention, remind, reveal, show, specify  
pull out     
abandon, back off, depart, evacuate, leave, quit, rat on, retreat, stop participating, withdraw  
put out  
1    anger, annoy, confound, disturb, exasperate, harass, irk, irritate, nettle, perturb, provoke, vex  
2    blow out, douse, extinguish, quench, smother, snuff out, stamp out  
3    bother, discomfit, discommode, discompose, disconcert, discountenance, disturb, embarrass, impose upon, incommode, inconvenience, put on the spot, take the wind out of someone's sails, trouble, upset  
4    bring out, broadcast, circulate, issue, make known, make public, publish, release  
rig-out     
apparel, clobber     (Brit. slang)   clothing, costume, dress, garb, gear     (informal)   get-up     (informal)   habit, outfit, raiment     (archaic or poetic)   togs  
rig out  
1    accoutre, equip, fit, furnish, kit out, outfit, set up  
2    array, attire, clothe, costume, dress, kit out  
root out  
1         root up    abolish, cut out, destroy, dig up by the roots, do away with, efface, eliminate, eradicate, erase, exterminate, extirpate, get rid of, remove, tear out by the roots, uproot, weed out, wipe from the face of the earth  
2    bring to light, dig out, discover, dredge up, produce, turn up, unearth  
rub out  
1    cancel, delete, efface, erase, excise, expunge, obliterate, remove, wipe out  
2      (U.S. slang)   assassinate, blow away     (slang, chiefly U.S.)   bump off     (slang)   butcher, dispatch, do in     (informal)   eliminate     (slang)   hit     (slang)   kill, knock off     (slang)   murder, slaughter, slay, take out     (slang)   waste     (informal)  
rule out     
ban, debar, dismiss, disqualify, eliminate, exclude, forbid, leave out, obviate, preclude, prevent, prohibit, proscribe, reject  
  
Antonyms     
   allow, approve, authorize, let, license, order, permit, sanction  
run out  
1    be exhausted, cease, close, come to a close, dry up, end, expire, fail, finish, give out, peter out, terminate  
2      (with)       of   be cleaned out, be out of, exhaust one's supply of, have no more of, have none left, have no remaining  
3      (with)       on     (informal)   abandon, desert, forsake, leave high and dry, leave holding the baby, leave in the lurch, rat     (informal)   run away from, strand  
sell out  
1    be out of stock of, dispose of, get rid of, run out of, sell up  
2      (informal)   betray, break faith with, double-cross     (informal)   fail, give away, play false, rat on     (informal)   sell down the river     (informal)   stab in the back  
set out  
1    arrange, array, describe, detail, display, dispose, elaborate, elucidate, exhibit, explain, expose to view, lay out, present, set forth  
2    begin, embark, get under way, hit the road     (slang)   sally forth, set off, start out, take to the road  
shell out     
ante up     (informal, chiefly U.S.)   disburse, expend, fork out     (slang)   give, hand over, lay out     (informal)   pay out  
shut out  
1    bar, black, blackball, debar, exclude, keep out, lock out, ostracize  
2    block out, conceal, cover, hide, mask, screen, veil  
sing out     
call (out), cooee, cry (out), halloo, holler     (informal)   make oneself heard, shout, shout ahoy, yell  
sort out  
1    clarify, clear up, organize, put or get straight, resolve, tidy up  
2    pick out, put on one side, segregate, select, separate, sift  
sound out     
canvass, examine, probe, pump, put out feelers to, question, see how the land lies, test the water  
speak out   , up  
1    make oneself heard, say it loud and clear, speak loudly  
2    have one's say, make one's position plain, sound off, speak one's mind, stand up and be counted  
spell out  
1    clarify, elucidate, explicate, make clear or plain, make explicit, specify  
2    discern, make out, puzzle out  
spin out     
amplify, delay, drag out, draw out, extend, lengthen, pad out, prolong, prolongate, protract  
splash out     
be extravagant, lash out     (informal)   push the boat out     (Brit. informal)   spare no expense, spend, splurge  
stamp out     
crush, destroy, eliminate, eradicate, extinguish, extirpate, put down, put out, quell, quench, scotch, suppress  
stand out     
attract attention, be conspicuous, be distinct, be highlighted, be obvious, be prominent, be striking, be thrown into relief, bulk large, catch the eye, leap to the eye, project, stare one in the face     (informal)   stick out a mile     (informal)   stick out like a sore thumb     (informal)  
straighten out     
become clear, clear up, correct, disentangle, put right, rectify, regularize, resolve, settle, sort out, unsnarl, work out  
strike out  
1         strike off, strike through    cancel, cross out, delete, efface, erase, excise, expunge, remove, score out  
2    begin, get under way, set out, start out  
thrash out     
argue out, debate, discuss, have out, resolve, settle, solve, talk over  
throw out  
1    bin     (informal)   cast off, chuck     (informal)   discard, dismiss, dispense with, ditch     (slang)   dump     (informal)   eject, evict, expel, get rid of, give the bum's rush     (slang)   jettison, junk     (informal)   kick out     (informal)   kiss off     (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.)   oust, reject, relegate, scrap, show one the door, throw away, turf out     (Brit. informal)   turn down  
2    confuse, disconcert, disturb, put one off one's stroke, throw     (informal)   throw one off one's stride, unsettle, upset  
3    diffuse, disseminate, emit, give off, put forth, radiate  
trick out      , up  
adorn, array, attire, bedeck, deck out, doll up     (slang)   do up     (informal)   dress up, get up     (informal)   ornament, prank, prink  
trot out     
bring forward, bring up, come out with, drag up, exhibit, recite, rehearse, reiterate, relate, repeat  
try out     
appraise, check out, evaluate, experiment with, inspect, put into practice, put to the test, sample, taste, test  
turf out     
banish, bounce     (slang)   cast out, chuck out     (informal)   discharge, dismiss, dispossess, eject, evict, expel, fire     (informal)   fling out, give one the bum's rush     (slang)   give one the sack     (informal)   kick out     (informal)   kiss off     (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.)   oust, relegate, sack     (informal)   show one the door, throw out  
turn out  
1    put out, switch off, turn off, unplug  
2    bring out, fabricate, finish, make, manufacture, process, produce, put out  
3    axe     (informal)   banish, cashier, cast out, deport, discharge, dismiss, dispossess, drive out, drum out, evict, expel, fire     (informal)   give one the sack     (informal)   give the bum's rush     (slang)   kick out     (informal)   kiss off     (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.)   oust, put out, relegate, sack     (informal)   show one the door, throw out, turf out     (Brit. informal)   unseat  
4    clean out, clear, discharge, empty, take out the contents of  
5    become, come about, come to be, come to light, crop up     (informal)   develop, emerge, end up, eventuate, evolve, happen, prove to be, result, transpire     (informal)   work out  
6    accoutre, apparel     (archaic)   attire, clothe, dress, fit, outfit, rig out  
7    appear, assemble, attend, be present, come, gather, go, put in an appearance, show up     (informal)   turn up  
walk out  
1    flounce out, get up and go, leave suddenly, storm out, take off     (informal)   vote with one's feet  
2    down tools, go on strike, stop work, strike, take industrial action, withdraw one's labour  
3      (with)       on   abandon, chuck     (informal)   desert, forsake, jilt, leave, leave in the lurch, pack in     (informal)   run away from, strand, throw over  
  
Antonyms     
  
3    be loyal to, defend, remain, stand by, stay, stick with, support, uphold  
washed out  
1    blanched, bleached, colourless, etiolated, faded, flat, lacklustre, mat, pale  
2    all in     (slang)   clapped out     (Austral. & N.Z. informal)   dead on one's feet     (informal)   dog-tired     (informal)   done in     (informal)   drained, drawn, exhausted, fatigued, haggard, knackered     (slang)   pale, spent, tired-out, wan, weary, wiped out     (informal)   worn-out, zonked     (slang)  
  
Antonyms     
  
2    alert, chirpy, energetic, full of beans     (informal)   full of pep     (informal)   lively, perky, refreshed, sprightly, zippy     (informal)  
watch out     
be alert, be careful, be on one's guard, be on the alert, be on (the) watch, be vigilant, be watchful, have a care, keep a sharp lookout, keep a weather eye open, keep one's eyes open, keep one's eyes peeled or skinned     (informal)   look out, mind out, watch oneself  
way-out  
1    advanced, avant-garde, bizarre, crazy, eccentric, experimental, far-out     (slang)   freaky     (slang)   oddball     (informal)   offbeat, off-the-wall     (slang)   outlandish, outré, progressive, unconventional, unorthodox, wacko or whacko     (informal)   weird, wild  
2    amazing, awesome     (informal)   brilliant, excellent, fantastic     (informal)   great     (informal)   marvellous, sensational     (informal)   tremendous     (informal)   wonderful  
wear out  
1    become useless, become worn, consume, deteriorate, erode, fray, impair, use up, wear through  
2    enervate, exhaust, fag out     (informal)   fatigue, frazzle     (informal)   knacker     (slang)   prostrate, sap, tire, weary  
  
Antonyms     
  
2    buck up     (informal)   energize, invigorate, pep up, perk up, refresh, revitalize, stimulate, strengthen  
weed out     
dispense with, eliminate, eradicate, extirpate, get rid of, remove, root out, separate out, shed, uproot  
winkle out     
dig out, dislodge, draw out, extract, extricate, force out, prise out, smoke out, worm out  
wipe out     
annihilate, blot out, blow away     (slang, chiefly U.S.)   destroy, efface, eradicate, erase, expunge, exterminate, extirpate, kill to the last man, massacre, obliterate, take out     (slang)   wipe from the face of the earth  
work-out     
drill, exercise, exercise session, practice session, training, training session, warm-up  
work out  
1    accomplish, achieve, attain, win  
2    calculate, clear up, figure out, find out, puzzle out, resolve, solve, suss (out)     (slang)  
3    arrange, construct, contrive, develop, devise, elaborate, evolve, form, formulate, plan, put together  
4    be effective, flourish, go as planned, go well, prosper, prove satisfactory, succeed  
5    come out, develop, evolve, go, happen, pan out     (informal)   result, turn out  
6    do exercises, drill, exercise, practise, train, warm up  
7    add up to, amount to, come to, reach, reach a total of  
worn-out  
1    broken-down, clapped out     (Brit., Austral., & N.Z. informal)   decrepit, done, frayed, moth-eaten, on its last legs, ragged, run-down, shabby, tattered, tatty, threadbare, used, used-up, useless, worn  
2    all in     (slang)   clapped out     (Austral. & N.Z. informal)   dead or out on one's feet     (informal)   dog-tired     (informal)   done in     (informal)   exhausted, fatigued, fit to drop, jiggered     (dialect)   knackered     (slang)   played-out, prostrate, shagged out     (Brit. slang)   spent, tired, tired out, weary, wiped out     (informal)   zonked     (slang)  
  
Antonyms     
  
2    fresh, refreshed, relaxed, renewed, rested, restored, revived, strengthened  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

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belt out, block out, all out, ask out

scope out n.
look at, look over, examine, evaluate
slang

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exp.
reach an extreme point or an upper limit; exhaust all options or resources
exp.
vegetate; relax
informal
exp.
relax, calm down
said to make someone temper his nerves or enthusiasm. E.g.: Chill out, I didn't take your car!
v.
suddenly feel surprised,upset,angry,or confused
[US] I remember the first time I went onstage, I freaked out completely.
exp.
(lit., about sounds) disharmonious, dissonant; (fig.) out of order; dysfunctional
exp.
not right; out of order; not functioning properly
exp.
experience a special pleasure, excitement out of smth.; enjoy smth. very much
E.g.: She gets a bang out of shopping.
exp.
expression used to encourage someone to say what is on their mind, what is bothering them
exp.
lose contact
exp.
disappear ; be absent; leave (temporary or for good)
E.g. "Now, that the parents are out of the picture, we can throw a party". (meaning=Now, that the parents left, that they are no longer here) "James is out of the picture, him and Mary split up"
v.
to say, pronounce, speak
ex.: The child sounded out each word out loud as she read her book.
exp.
get rid of a strong feeling towards something or someone
[Informal] If you have done something wrong, tell him and get it out of your system. After the break up, it took him some while to get her out of his system.
exp.
expression used for warning that, although something seems to be over, settled, new events that could change the situation may occur
syn.: "it ain't over till it's over"
id.
make a lot of efforts to understand something
q.
This expression means it is better to let one's emotions out, rather than bottled up inside. It is also often said when someone has gas.
this is just something my grandmother would say in cajun french
abbr. acron.
laugh out loud
[Fam.]
n.
boys'night out
[Slang]
abbr. acron.
fear of missing out
[Slang] I want to stay home tonight but I have FOMO.
exp.
Port Out Starboard Home
Folk etymology: rich ship passengers paid for cabins on the side most in shadow. Supposedly shortened to P.O.S.H on tickets. No evidence for this origin; the word comes from 19th century slang.
abbr. acron.
joy of missing out
[Slang] I had a great day, didn't even check Facebook. Pure JOMO.
abbr. acron.
acronym for Laughing Out Loud
exp.
go out in the street to protest
n.
fear of running out of things to read
[Psych.]
n.
A moulding commonly used in framing oil paintings. The liner is fixed inside the frame and appears between the image and the outer frame. Generally made out of wood or some other hard material, the liner may have fabric glued down to it. Liners are to canvases what a mat/mount is to a print on paper
[Artwork framing] Polystyrene or wood liner. Fabric-covered liner. Linen liner. Gold liner.
exp.
(about a positive event/situation) happen out of the blue, without any effort from the impacted persons
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