out = revelarse intransitive verb

out = para afuera adverb

out = externo adjective

out = por preposition

1out

/ˈaʊt/ intransitive verb
intransitive verb

Spanish Translation of OUT

intransitive verb
: revelarse, hacerse conocido

2out

adverb
adverb

Spanish Translation of OUT

1
(indicating direction or movement) outside : para afuera
she opened the door and looked outabrió la puerta y miró para afuera
he went out to the gardensalió al jardín
she took the dog outsacó al perro
2
(indicating location) outside : fuera, afuera
out in the gardenafuera en el jardín
it's sunny outhace sol
your shirt is hanging outtienes la camisa afuera
3
(indicating outward movement)
they flew out yesterdaysalieron ayer (en avión)
out to seamar adentro
4
(indicating distance)
they live out in the countryviven en el campo
5
(indicating omission)
you left out a commaomitiste una coma
count me outno cuentes conmigo
6
(indicating removal, loss, or incorrect placement)
they voted him outno lo reeligieron
his hair is falling outse le está cayendo el pelo
she threw out her shoulderse lastimó el hombro
7
(indicating drawing from a group)
she picked out a shirtescogió una camisa
8
(indicating a location away from home or work) : fuera, afuera
to eat outcomer afuera
he asked her outla invitó a salir
9
(indicating loss of control or possession)
they let the secret outsacaron el secreto a la luz
10
(indicating ending or stopping)
his money ran outse le acabó el dinero
to turn out the lightapagar la luz
11
(indicating completion)
to fill out a formrellenar un formulario
12
aloud : en voz alta, en alto
to cry outgritar
14
: abiertamente homosexual
16
to be out for : estar buscando (venganza, etc.)
17
to be out to : querer (vengarse, etc.)
he's out to get meme la tiene jurada

3out

adjective
adjective

Spanish Translation of OUT

2
outlying : alejado, distante
the out islandslas islas distantes
4
unfashionable : fuera de moda
6
to be out and about : estar andando por ahí

4out

preposition
preposition

Spanish Translation of OUT

1
(used to indicate an outward movement) : por
I looked out the windowmiré por la ventana
she ran out the doorcorrió por la puerta
2
out of

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