out = revelarse intransitive verb

out = para afuera adverb

out = externo adjective

out = por preposition

1out

intransitive verb

Spanish Translation of OUT

intransitive verb
: revelarse, hacerse conocido

2out

adverb

Spanish Translation of OUT

1
(indicating direction or movement) outside: para afuera she opened the door and looked out abrió la puerta y miró para afuera he went out to the garden salió al jardín she took the dog out sacó al perro
2
(indicating location) outside : fuera, afuera out in the garden afuera en el jardín it's sunny out hace sol your shirt is hanging out tienes la camisa afuera
3
(indicating outward movement) they flew out yesterday salieron ayer (en avión) out to sea mar adentro
4
(indicating distance) they live out in the country viven en el campo
5
(indicating omission) you left out a comma omitiste una coma count me out no cuentes conmigo
6
(indicating removal, loss, or incorrect placement) they voted him out no lo reeligieron his hair is falling out se le está cayendo el pelo she threw out her shoulder se lastimó el hombro
7
(indicating drawing from a group) she picked out a shirt escogió una camisa
8
(indicating a location away from home or work) : fuera, afuera to eat out comer afuera he asked her out la invitó a salir
9
(indicating loss of control or possession) they let the secret out sacaron el secreto a la luz
10
(indicating ending or stopping) his money ran out se le acabó el dinero to turn out the light apagar la luz
11
(indicating completion) to fill out a form rellenar un formulario
12
aloud : en voz alta, en alto to cry out gritar
13
unconscious : inconsciente
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 me me la tiene jurada

3out

adjective

Spanish Translation of OUT

2
outlying : alejado, distante the out islands las islas distantes
4
unfashionable : fuera de moda

4out

preposition

Spanish Translation of OUT

1
(used to indicate an outward movement) : por I looked out the window miré por la ventana she ran out the door corrió por la puerta
2
out of

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