Bedeutung von “out of” im Essential American English Dictionary

out of

preposition us /ˈɑʊt əv/

A2 no longer in a particular place or area:

He’s out of the country until next month.

B1 used to show movement away from the inside of a place or container:

A pen fell out of her bag.
She stepped out of the car .

B1 used to show what something is made from:

The dress is made out of silk.
The statue was carved out of a single block of stone.

B1 from among an amount or number:

Nine out of ten people said they liked the product.
No one got 20 out of 20 on the test.
be out of something

to have no more of something left:

We’re almost out of milk.

(Definition von “out of” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)