Phrasal Verbs (… out)
Dave asked Anne out, but she said no.
“If you never ask her out, then you’ll never have a date. You need to be brave.”
“That’s easy for you to say…”
The soldier read out a list of names. These names were the lucky ones.
“Anna, could you read out the third paragraph please?”
2. to eliminate an enemy, from a game or war
Ok, class, take out your books and open them to page 21.
Slowly, he took out the gun from his belt and aimed.
A bomb took out 20 of their soldiers.
After City took out United, they became the favourites to win the cup.