This page is about the phrasal verb rule out.
Meaning: If you rule something out, you don't think it's possible.
- rule out sb/sth Sally will probably win, but don't rule out Carol. She's got a good chance too.
- rule sb/sth out We thought she might have cancer, but after seeing the latest test results, I think we can rule that out.
My son has ruled out a career as a doctor because
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Contributor: Matt Errey