Translation of "out" - English-Polish dictionary

out

adjective, adverb uk /aʊt/ us
AWAY FROM

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

na zewnątrz
He dropped the bag and all the apples fell out.
She opened the window and stuck her head out.
OUTSIDE

outside a building or room

na zewnątrz, na dworze
Would you like to wait out here?
It's bitterly cold out today.
NOT THERE

A2 not in the place where you usually live or work, especially for a short time

poza domem
I came round to see you this morning but you were out.
FIRE/LIGHT

A fire or light that is out is not burning or shining.

zgaszony
Bring some more wood, the fire's gone out.
AVAILABLE

B1 available to buy or see

dostępny
When's the new Spielberg film out?
FASHION

no longer fashionable or popular

niemodny
Trousers like that went out years ago.
NOT ACCURATE

not accurate

błędny
Your figures are out by £300.
GAME

no longer able to play or take part in a game or competition

wyeliminowany lub usunięty z gry
Two of the best players were out after ten minutes.
APPEAR

B1 able to be seen

na zewnątrz, widoczny
After a few minutes the sun came out.
NOT POSSIBLE

not possible or not acceptable

wykluczony, niemożliwy
Next weekend is out because we're going away.
be out of sth

B2 to have no more of something left

nie mieć czegoś
We're nearly out of petrol.
be out for sth; be out to do sth

to intend to do something, especially for an unpleasant reason

szykować się do czegoś , chcieć coś zrobić , mieć zamiar coś zrobić
He's only out to impress the boss.
→ See also out of

(Translation of “out adjective, adverb” from the Cambridge English–Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)