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English

Preposition

out of

  1. From the inside to the outside of.
    The audience came out of the theater.
  2. Having emerged from.
    The cat is out of the bag
  3. Not part of.
    This is out of my area of expertise.
  4. With the motivation of.
    I give money to charity out of pity.
  5. Not having any more.
    Sorry, we're out of bread.

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