take out (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb take out (2).

Meaning: to remove something from a container, a pocket, a bag, etc.

For example:

  • take out sth Jimmy unzipped his bag and took out his football boots.

  • take sth out Take the meat out of the freezer two hours before you want to cook it.

  • have sth taken out My son will have a tooth taken out later today.

Quick Quiz:

When it was time to pay, Meredith took a ten dollar note out of

a. her credit card

b. her purse

c. her boyfriend

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Contributor: Matt Errey