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Verb: go out
  1. Move out of or depart from
    - exit, get out, leave
  2. Leave the house to go somewhere
    "We never went out when our children were small"
  3. Take the field
    "The soldiers went out on missions"
  4. Become extinguished
    "The lights suddenly went out and we were in the dark"
  5. (fashion) go out of fashion; become unfashionable
  6. Date regularly; have a steady relationship with
    - go steady, date, see

Derived forms: went out, gone out, going out, goes out

See also: travel

Type of: affiliate, associate, assort, cease, change, consort, end, finish, go away, go forth, leave, move, off [informal], stop, terminate

Antonym: come in

Encyclopedia: Go out