The English meaning of 1 to go out2 to come out3 to occur4 to produce5 to go beyond6 to rise7 to put forth8 to happen9 (used after a verb to indicate an outward direction or a positive result)10 classifier for dramas, plays, operas etc
He gave me precise instructions to do the job.
Jim has been trying to take me out to dinner for the last three weeks.
We won't go out unless it stops raining.
The contract is in the bag, so let's go out and celebrate.
Could you spare me a few minutes?
Our plan went wrong from the beginning.
Only one third of the members turned up at the meeting.
Donna was born with a silver spoon in her mouth.
My television was broken down, so I had to get it repaired.
They say that she was born in Germany.
This is the village where the poet was born.
A true gentleman never betrays his friends.
Did anyone call me while I was out?
They set out with a guide just in case they lost their way.
It is highly probable that the deletion of element C will still yield the same result.
Weather permitting, we will leave in an hour.
What do you say to dining out tonight?
Excuse me; allow me to point out three errors in the above article.
It is said that "Hamlet" is the most interesting play ever written.
Our teacher will give us difficult problems.
My father often goes to America on business.
The show was very interesting. You should have seen it.