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  • 1 take-out — take|out «TAYK OWT», noun. 1. that which is taken out or removed: »The city promised the takeout from the take home pay will decline to normal (New York Times). 2. a magazine article printed on full and successive pages and easily removable as a… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 2 take|out — «TAYK OWT», noun. 1. that which is taken out or removed: »The city promised the takeout from the take home pay will decline to normal (New York Times). 2. a magazine article printed on full and successive pages and easily removable as a unit:… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 3 Take-out — auch: Take|out 〈[tɛıkaʊt] m. 6 oder n.; od. s, 〉 1. 〈Sp.; Curling〉 Treffen des gegnerischen Spielsteins, so dass er vom Mittelpunkt des Zielkreises entfernt wird 2. = Take away [zu engl. take out „entfernen, wegnehmen“] …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 4 Take-out — 〈[tɛıkaʊt] n. od. m. od. s, s〉 1. 〈Sport; Curling〉 Treffen des gegnerischen Spielsteins, so dass er vom Mittelpunkt des Zielkreises entfernt wird 2. = Take away [Etym.: zu engl. take out »entfernen, wegnehmen«] …

    Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • 5 Take-out — предложение на покупку, сделанное продавцу ценных бумаг и составленное таким образом, чтобы вывести его с рынка этих ценных бумаг. См. также: Фондовые сделки Финансовый словарь Финам …

    Финансовый словарь

  • 6 take out — take (someone/something) out to kill a person or group. With automatic fire, you can take out a whole enemy squad …

    New idioms dictionary

  • 7 take out — index delete, distill, except (exclude), excise (cut away), exclude, expunge, extract, remove ( …

    Law dictionary

  • 8 take out — verb 1. cause to leave (Freq. 7) The teacher took the children out of the classroom • Syn: ↑move out, ↑remove • Hyponyms: ↑clear, ↑call in, ↑estrange …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 9 Take-out — Upper left: A Meat Feast Parmo from Four Seasons in Stockton on Tees, UK. Upper right: Fish and chips. Lower left: Pizza delivery. Lower right: Döner kebab Take away redirects here. For the film of the same name, see Take Away. Take out redirects …

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  • 10 Take Out — Infobox Film name = Take Out caption = Mary Ann Emerson director = Jonathan Budine producer = Bill Hall Jonathan Budine Co Producer Jim Welsh writer = Bill Hall starring = Mary Ann Emerson Alexis Suarez Debbie Rochon music = Ray Nissen… …

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  • 11 take out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms take out : present tense I/you/we/they take out he/she/it takes out present participle taking out past tense took out past participle taken out 1) to remove something from a pocket, bag etc Henry took out his… …

    English dictionary

  • 12 take out — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you take something out, you remove it permanently from its place. [V n P] I got an abscess so he took the tooth out... [V P n (not pron)] When you edit the tape you can take out the giggles. 2) PHRASAL VERB If you take out… …

    English dictionary

  • 13 take out — v. 1) (d; tr.) to take out on (don t take your anger out on me) 2) (misc.) to take it out on smb. ( to make smb. else suffer for one s own problem ) * * * [ teɪk aʊt] (misc.) to take out it out on smb. ( to make smb. else suffer for one s own… …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 14 take out — verb Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. a. (1) deduct, separate (2) exclude, omit (3) withdraw, withhold b. to find release for ; vent …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 15 take out — I Australian Slang 1. destroy, eliminate, render harmless: take out a military post ; 2. win; 3. take away food: We had take out last night II U.S.A.; Pittsburgh, PA bringing humor to someone. That girl takes me out with that wild hairdo. III… …

    English dialects glossary

  • 16 Take-out — A cash surplus generated by the sale of one block of securities and the purchase of another, e.g. selling a block of bonds at 99 and buying another block at 95. Also, a bid made to a seller of a security that is designed (and generally agreed) to …

    Financial and business terms

  • 17 take-out — A cash surplus generated by the sale of one block of securities and the purchase of another, e.g., selling a block of bonds at 99 and buying another block at 95. Also, a bid made to a seller of a security that is designed (and generally agreed)… …

    Financial and business terms

  • 18 take·out — /ˈteıkˌaʊt/ noun, pl outs US 1 [noncount] : food that is cooked in a restaurant and taken by a customer to be eaten in another place We ordered some Chinese takeout. called also (chiefly US) carryout (Brit) takeaway …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 19 take out — /ˌteɪk aυt/ verb 1. to remove something ● She’s taken all the money out of her account. 2. ♦ to take out a patent for an invention to apply for and receive a patent ♦ to take out insurance against theft to pay a premium to an insurance company,… …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 20 Take out — 1. destroy, eliminate, render harmless: take out a military post ; 2. win; 3. take away food: We had take out last night …

    Dictionary of Australian slang


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