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Turkish translation of “out of”

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out of

preposition
 
 
/aʊt əv/
AWAY FROM B1 used to show movement away from the inside of a place or container
dışında, dışına, sarkan, çıkan
A bunch of keys fell out of her bag. She stepped out of the car and walked towards me.From, out and outside
NO LONGER IN A2 no longer in a place or situation
dışarda, orada değil, uzakta; ...da/de olmamak
He's out of the country until next month. I've been out of work for the past year.From, out and outside
MADE FROM B1 used to show what something is made from
...dan/den yapılmış/üretilmiş/meydana getirilmiş
The statue was carved out of a single block of stone.Comprising and consisting ofIncluding and containing
BECAUSE OF B2 used to show the reason why someone does something
...dan/den dolayı; sebebiyle, gerkeçesiyle, nedeniyle; yüzü suyu hürmetine
I only gave her the job out of pity.Connecting words which introduce a cause or reason
FROM AMONG B1 from among an amount or number
...dan/den...sı/si
Nine out of ten people said they preferred it.Taking and choosing
NOT INVOLVED no longer involved in something
dışında, artık orada olmayan, artık yer almayan
He missed the practice session and now he's out of the team.Excluding
(Definition of out of from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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