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Translation of "out" - English-Italian dictionary

out

adverb
 
/aʊt/
B1 used to show movement away from the inside of somewhere
fuori, via
He dropped the bag and all the apples fell out.
A2 used to refer to a period of time when someone goes away from home for a social activity
fuori
He’s asked me out to the cinema next week.
A2 not in the place where you usually live or work
fuori
I went round to see her but she was out.
B1 ready to buy or see
disponibile (da comparare), uscito (film, libro, ecc.)
When is the new Spielberg movie out?
B1 able to be seen
visibile, in vista
The stars are out tonight.
B1 to the point where something is removed or disappears
via
The stain won’t come out.
A fire or light that is out is not burning or shining.
spento
Bring some more wood – the fire’s out.
(Definition of out from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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