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Expresiones y frases - Palabra clave 'Out'
Idioms - Key word 'Out'
|out and about||repuesto, por ahí|
|out at the elbows||raído|
|out front||adelante, en frente (de un edificio)|
|out in left field||totalmente equivocado|
|out in the cold||al margen|
|out in the open||al aire libre|
- With just a few days of rest you'll be out and about again.
- I love this jacket but it's a bit out at the elbows.
- You go get the car, I'll wait for you out front.
- That's not what happened! You're out in left field!
- The other boys started playing football and left me out in the cold.
- I want to go camping, spend a few days out in the open.
|out loud||en voz alta|
|out of bounds||prohibido|
|out of breath||sin aliento|
|out of business||cerrado|
|out of circulation||fuera de circulación|
|out of commission||fuera de servicio|
- Jack's great aunt is quite deaf so we have to talk out loud.
- We're not allowed to enter my father's study, it is out of bounds.
- We were all out of breath after climbing that hill.
- The big department stores left my store out of business.
- I'm sorry, sir, but this currency is out of circulation.
- The elevator will be out of commission tomorrow.
|out of condition||en mala forma/mal estado|
|out of context||fuera de contexto|
|out of control/hand||fuera de control|
|out of date/fashion||pasado de moda|
|out of harm's way/the woods||a salvo|
|out of here||fuera de aquí|
|out of it||en otra onda|
- The toilettes in this school are all out of condition.
- What Miss Smith said on that interview was taken out of context.
- You must be more severe with your students or they will get out of control.
- Do you think this music will go out of fashion?
- As the President's bodyguard, it's your job to keep the President out of harm's way.
- Stan was out of it at the pub, he had too much to drink.
|out of joint||dislocado|
|out of line||fuera de lugar|
|out of one's head||borracho|
|out of nowhere/the blue||de la nada|
|out of one's system||quitarse algo de encima|
|out of order||no funcionar|
- Hank got his shoulder out of joint playing football.
- Stacey's comment was a bit out of line, don't you think?
- I was so out of my head at the party that I don't remember much of it.
- Wendy was crossing the street and a car appeared out of the blue.
- There's so much I need to get out of my system I don't know where to begin.
- My printer is out of order, may I use yours?
|out of phase||desfasado|
|out of place||fuera de lugar|
|out of pocket||salir perdiendo|
|out of practice||desentrenado|
|out of proportion||desproporcionado|
|out of range||fuera del alcance|
- The band sounded out of phase on the stage, didn't they?
- I can't go to my ex-boyfriend's wedding. I'll be totally out of place.
- Those holidays in Fiji left me out of pocket.
- I haven't played tennis for years, I'm totally out of practice.
- The accident wasn't that serious, it was all blown out of proportion.
- Sam tried to pick up the phone but it was out of range.
|out of sorts||mal, enfermo|
|out of step||no llevar el paso|
|out of the closet||declararse homosexual|
|out of the corner of my eye||por el rabillo del ojo|
|out of the ordinary||fuera de lo común|
|out of the question||inadmisible|
- Ted was feeling out of sorts and he didn't go to school today.
- Joe is a terrible dancer, he's always out of step.
- When did you come out of the closet?
- I was having lunch and I noticed a little kitty out of the corner of my eye.
- The food was ok, but nothing out of the ordinary.
- That's completely out of the question! My son will stay with me!
|out of the way||fuera del camino|
|out of the window||por la ventana|
|out of the woodworks||de quién sabe dónde|
|out of this world||fantástico|
|out of touch||no estar en contacto|
|out of town||en las afueras, de viaje|
- Sure, we can go to Molly's but it's a bit out of the way.
- If I eat just one slice of pizza my whole diet will go out of the window.
- Who is this guy? He comes out of the woodworks and starts telling us what to do!
- You have to see Mike's new yacht! It's out of this world!
- It's such a pity we've been out of touch for so long.
- Steph's out of town right now, would you like to leave a message?
|out of tune||desafinado|
|out of whack||fastidiado|
|out of work||sin trabajo|
|out of your mind||fuera de juicio|
|out on a limb||arriesgarse|
|out on one's ear||de patitas en la calle|
|out to lunch||en Babia, divagando|
- The tenors were fine, but the sopranos were a bit out of tune.
- I'm having trouble with my car, the carburator's out of whack.
- Are you out of your mind? You can't buy a 100,00-dollar car!
- I'm not willing to go out on a limb and lose everything I've got.
- Kelly was fired and now she's out on her ear.
- It's impossible to have a serious conversation with Jeff, he's always out to lunch.