Part Of Speech: adjective
Definition: Not at home; not at one's office or place of employment.
Example: I'm sorry, Mr Smith is out at the moment.
Definition: Not inside or within something.
Example: I worked away cleaning the U-bend until all the gunge was out.
Definition: Freed from confinement or secrecy.
Example: My secret is out.
Definition: Not fitted or inserted into something.
Example: The TV won't work with the plug out!
Definition: Of the ball or other playing implement, falling or passing outside the bounds of the playing area.
Example: I thought the ball hit the line, but the umpire said it was out.
Definition: Released, available for purchase, download or other use.
Example: Did you hear? Their newest CD is out!
Definition: (in various games; used especially of a batsman or batter in cricket or baseball) Dismissed from play under the rules of the game.
Example: He bowls, Johnson pokes at it ... and ... Johnson is out! Caught behind by Ponsonby!
Definition: Openly acknowledging that one is LGBT+ (gay, trans, etc).
Example: It's no big deal to be out in the entertainment business.
Definition: (by extension) Open, public; public about or openly acknowledging some (usually specified) identity.
Definition: (of flowers) In bloom.
Example: The garden looks beautiful now that the roses are out.
Definition: (of the sun, moon or stars) Visible in the sky; not obscured by clouds.
Example: The sun is out, and it's a lovely day.
Definition: (of lamps, fires etc.) Not shining or burning.
Example: I called round to the house but all the lights were out and no one was home.
Definition: (of ideas, plans, etc.) Discarded; no longer a possibility.
Example: Right, so that idea's out. Let's move on to the next one.
Definition: (of certain services, devices, or facilities) Not available; out of service.
Example: My wi-fi is out.
Definition: (of a user of a service) Not having availability of a service, as power or communications.
Example: Most of the city got service back yesterday, but my neighborhood is still out.
Definition: (of an organization, etc.) Temporarily not in operation, or not being attended as usual.
Example: when school gets out for today, when college is out for the summer
Definition: Of the tide, at or near its lowest level.
Example: You can walk to the island when the tide's out.
Definition: No longer popular or in fashion.
Example: Black is out this season. The new black is white.
Definition: Without; no longer in possession of; not having more
Example: Do you have any bread? Sorry, we're out.
Definition: (of calculations or measurements) Containing errors or discrepancies; in error by a stated amount.
Example: Nothing adds up in this report. All these figures are out.
Definition: Of a young lady: having entered society and available to be courted.