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Phrasal Verbs

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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