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out

adverb, preposition (NOT ACCURATE) 不準確的     /aʊt/ informal
not accurate 不準確的;錯誤的;有出入的 Our estimates were only out by a few dollars. 我們的估算只有幾美元的偏差。 You were 25cm out in your measurements. 你的測量差了25釐米。 Those sales figures were way out (= completely wrong). 那些銷售數據完全不準確。 US I'm out $25 on this trip (= It cost me $25 more than expected). 我這次旅行的花費超出預算25美元。 Wrong
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