take out (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb take out (1).

Meaning: If you take somebody out, you invite them to go out with you, usually for a meal or entertainment.

For example:

  • take sb out Why don't we ask Uncle Bill to take the kids out for the day?

  • take sb out for sth The manager is taking all the office workers out for a meal tonight.

Quick Quiz:

Every Saturday afternoon, Roberto takes his girlfriend out to

a. see a movie

b. work in a factory

c. clean his apartment

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Contributor: Matt Errey