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Definition of "take out" [take out]

  • Alternative spelling of takeout. (noun)
  • To remove. (verb)
  • To escort someone on a date. (verb)
  • To immobilize with force. (verb)
  • To kill or destroy. (verb)

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Use "take out" in a sentence
  • "The first thing I did when I got home was to take out my date-book and mark the day."
  • "I could take out the wife while you get the tuxedo, tie up your pops, cut up some magazines, and make a note for the police—"
  • "Hell take out a bottle of the only wine he buys for himself, something called Fortissimo in Italian this word means strongest, which is closer to some kind of 60-proof red whiskey than a real wine, but which I like very much."