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out

adverb, preposition (LIGHT/FIRE)
灯/火
 
 
/aʊt/
If a light or fire is out, it is no longer shining or burning
(灯或火)熄灭
When we got home, all the lights were out.
等我们到家的时候,所有的灯都灭了。
Is that fire completely out?
那火全都扑灭了吗?
Darkness and becoming dark
(Definition of out adverb, preposition (LIGHT/FIRE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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