invite out

This page is about the phrasal verb invite out.

Meaning: If you invite somebody out, you ask them to go to a restaurant with you, or to see a movie, or go dancing, etc.

Synonym: ask out

For example:

  • invite sb out This guy has invited me out, but I'm not interested in dating him. What should I do?

  • invite sb out Jamal really likes Miranda, but he won't invite her out because he's afraid she'll say no.

Quick Quiz:

Hiroko invited Makiko out because he

a. wanted her out of the room

b. needed people for the party

c. wanted to get to know her

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