Out Of Definition

From within to the outside of.
Got out of the car.
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From a given condition.
Came out of her trance.
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From an origin, source, or cause.
Made out of wood; did it out of spite.
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In, especially intermittently in.
Works out of the main office.
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In a position or situation beyond the range, boundaries, limits, or sphere of.
The plane flew out of sight.
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