rule sth/sb out Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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rule sth/sb out

phrasal verb with rule
 
 
/ruːl/ verb
to decide or state that something is impossible or will not happen, or that something or someone is not suitable: The management seems to have ruled him out as a candidate for promotion. The CEO said she could not rule out further job cuts. We would not rule out the possibility of re-entering the B2C market if conditions change.
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