Meaning of “out of” - Learner’s Dictionary

out of

preposition uk us /aʊt əv/
AWAY FROM

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

A bunch of keys fell out of her bag.
She stepped out of the car and walked towards me.
NO LONGER IN

A2 no longer in a place or situation:

He's out of the country until next month.
I've been out of work for the past year.
MADE FROM

B1 used to show what something is made from:

The statue was carved out of a single block of stone.
BECAUSE OF

B2 used to show the reason why someone does something:

I only gave her the job out of pity.
FROM AMONG

B1 from among an amount or number:

Nine out of ten people said they preferred it.
NOT INVOLVED

no longer involved in something:

He missed the practice session and now he's out of the team.

(Definition of “out of” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)