be + out (1)
I'll be out from 9 to 12 tomorrow.
be + out (2)
We are out of coffee.
be + out (3)
Tom is out to get a job.
break + out (1)
A fire broke out at 9:20 pm Friday at the restaurant.
break + out (2)
I have an allergy to wheat; it makes me break out.
break + out (3)
The panda broke out of its cage.
bring + out (1)
The speaker brought out the difference between Yin and Yang.
bring + out (2)
The director brought out the best in the performers.
bring + out (3)
The company will bring out a new type of cars.
burst + out
Poly burst out laughing as she read the story.
call + out (1)
Please listen carefully while I call out the numbers.
call + out (2)
We should call out as many supporters as possible.
carry + out
They said "We are just carrying out orders."
catch + out
John tried to catch me out by asking difficult questions.
check + out (1)
Why don't we check the plan out with the boss first?
check + out (2)
We'll have to see if his story checks out.
check + out (3)
Someone told me the new panda can walk on two legs. Let's check it out.
check + out (4)
By what time should we check out?
check + out (5)
Let me check your computer out.
check + out (6)
We should check him out before we tell him about our business.
check + out (7)
How many books can I check out at a time?
clean + out (1)
I have to clean out the office before the new manager arrives.
clean + out (2)
The robber cleaned out the safe.
clean + out (3)
The credit card bill cleaned me out.
come + out (1)
It came out that the manager had an affair with her secretary.
come + out (2)
This magazine comes out every week.
come + out (3)
The prime minister came out strongly against the bill.
come + out (4)
How can I get these stains to come out?
come + out (5)
When I tried to answer her question, it didn't come out right.
come + out (6)
The result didn't come out well.
come + out (7)
They finally came out.
They finally came out of the closet.
drive + out
They don't seem to be able to drive the rebels out of the city.
eat + out
I don't have time to cook. Shall we eat out tonight?
get + out (1)
The cat got out.
Get out of here.
get + out (2)
I dropped my ring into a hole by mistake and I can't get it out.
get + out (3)
Word got out that the manager's son stole the money.
get + out (4)
I'd like to get the book out next month.
get + out (5)
I have to tell you there is no secret way to get out of paying taxes.
give + out (1)
The teacher gave out copies of the handouts to the students.
give + out (2)
Finally my patience gave out and I shouted at them.
give + out (3)
My computer gave out on me.
give + out (4)
The government gave out that the war had finally ended.
go + out (1)
Let's go out for a walk and enjoy the sunshine.
go + out (2)
I know my hair style went out in early 80s.
go + out (3)
Daniel stayed up to make sure the fire went out.
go + out (4)
Our hearts go out to the thousands of people affected by the hurricane.
go + out (5)
Are you going out with anyone?
go + out (6)
The tide is going out.
go + out (7)
I was so tired last night, I went out like a light.
hear + out
Hear me out, please.
hold + out (1)
Their luck will not hold out for long.
hold + out (2)
The union is still holding out for higher wages.
iron + out
Would you iron out the wrinkles in the shirt?
keep + out (1)
They can no longer keep foreign companies out of the market.
keep + out (2)
The man warned us to keep out of his business.
knock + out (1)
John was knocked out as a result of the accident.
knock + out (2)
We knocked them out of the World Cup
lay + out (1)
I laid out the map on the floor.
lay + out (2)
The trees are nicely laid out and well cared for.
lay + out (3)
The letter laid out in detail her proposal for implementing the plan.
leave + out (1)
We have to leave out some unnecessary details.
leave + out (2)
John felt left out of the plan.
John felt left out in the cold.
let + out (1)
Don't let the cats out.
let + out (2)
Please keep the story to yourself. Don't let it out to anyone else.
let + out (3)
Will you let this dress out a little around the waist?
let + out (4)
The man let out a cry of pain.
live + out (1)
We will remember her as a singer who lived out of her dream of becoming
a great singer.
live + out (2)
The preacher moved to the town and lived out his days until his death.
lock + out
I locked myself out so I need to get a locksmith to open the door.
look + out (1)
You must never look out of the windows.
look + out (2)
Look out! The road is icy.
look + out (3)
Look out for wasps while you work outside.
look + out (4)
Some of the windows of the house looks out on to the ocean.
make + out (1)
Nobody was able to make out his poetry because his handwriting was too artistic.
make + out (2)
Please make out a check for two hundred dollars payable to Benson Estate.
make + out (3)
That guy is making out that we are all stupid.
make + out (4)
You are making me out to be a bad guy.
pass + out (1)
Some people passed out because of the heat.
pass + out (2)
Could you help me pass out the answer sheets?
pick + out (1)
We have to pick out a nice topic for the speech.
pick + out (2)
By using this service, you can easily pick out important messages from thousands of emails.
point + out
Dr. Wang pointed out that defective battery is the most likely cause of
pull + out (1)
One of the detectives pulled out a photo of a suspect and asked me if I
saw him last Friday.
pull + out (2)
Make sure no car is coming when you pull out of the gas station.
pull + out (3)
The train just pulled out when I got the station.
pull + out (4)
I hope we can pull out of the deal somehow.
pull + out (5)
I have to have a bad tooth pulled out.
put + out (1)
Will you put these boxes out of the room?
put + out (2)
Make sure to put out the fire before leaving your campsite.
put + out (3)
Will it put you out if we stay here tonight?
put + out (4)
How many books did you put out last year?
reach + out
The woman is reaching out for a product.
run + out (1)
We'll soon run out of gas.
run + out (2)
When does Mr. Brown's contract run out?
see + out (1)
John: Let me see you out, George.
George: That's OK. I'll see myself out.
see + out (2)
Unfortunately, the architect never lived to see the project out to its end.
set + out (1)
After lunch we'll set out for the drive to Hamamatsu.
set + out (2)
Tom set out to start his own business when he was 18 years old.
set + out (3)
This article sets out a number of strategies you can use.
set + out (4)
Set out the cards neatly on the table and ask one of the participants to
pick out one.
smooth + out
Smooth out the wrinkles with your hand as you press the paper.
sound + out (1)
When you learn new words, it is good to sound them out.
sound + out (2)
I hope someone can sound them out on what they want.
stand + out (1)
His distinctive use of color makes his painting stand out.
stand + out (2)
His car stands out a mile.
stand + out (3)
The silver building really stands out against the blue sky.
stand + out (4)
We should stand out against their plan.
take + out (1)
I took Momo out for dinner yesterday.
take + out (2)
The man took out an insurance policy on his own life with his wife as beneficiary.
take + out (3)
You have to have stitches taken out tomorrow.
take + out (4)
I want a washing machine that can take out all kinds of stains for my Christmas present.
take + out (5)
I'm sorry that Santa Claus didn't come to your place, but don't take it out on me.
take + out (6)
That song really takes it out of me.
talk + out (1)
We'll talk out that matter later.
talk + out (2)
I talked Ben out of quitting his job.
think + out
These policies have been thought out carefully.
throw + out (1)
Do you think I should throw out those books?
throw + out (2)
Let's throw out our past and move on to a new partnership.
throw + out (3)
John got himself thrown out for asking stupid questions.
They threw John out for asking stupid questions.
throw + out (4)
The case against Mr. Smith was thrown out of court as there was no evidence
that he had committed any offence.
throw + out (5)
Please throw out some ideas for discussion.
tire + out
This whole experience has really tired me out.
turn + out (1)
More people turned out for the party than I expected.
turn + out (2)
Don't forget to turn out the lights before you go out.
turn + out (3)
The company turns out 75000 LCD monitors monthly.
turn + out (4)
I will pay the rent when my ship comes in, so please do not turn me out on the street.
turn + out (5)
Most of the information she gave us turned out to be true.
tune + out
We need to include only the most important information, or the audience
will tune us out!
wear + out (1)
When I bought the car, the tires are already worn out.
wear + out (2)
This training seminar is really wearing me out.
work + out (1)
I hope our plan will work out.
work + out (2)
I am trying to work out my schedule.
work + out (3)
We have to work out how much we need for the project.
work + out (4)
I couldn't work out what he meant.
work + out (5)
The total works out to 15,000 yen.