from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A sluice in embankments against the sea, for letting out the land waters, when the tide is out.
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- noun A
sluicein embankmentsagainst the sea, for letting out the land waterswhen the tideis out.
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- verb go out of fashion; become unfashionable
- verb leave the house to go somewhere
- verb take the field
- verb date regularly; have a steady relationship with
- verb move out of or depart from
- verb become extinguished
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The weather was nothing short of craptacular: I woke up to cold and windy, which changed to warm and breezy, which changed to cold and rainy, which ended up warm and humid by time it was go-out time.
Den he leave, and we gits another white man, and he sets up a book, and give us half de next year, and take out for what we use up, but we all got something left over after dat first go-out.
They have all the fashion sense of a evening city go-out bag.
The concept is, that you can tell in the first 5-minutes if you want to go-out with someone.
However, I do believe you can tell if you don't want to go-out with someone, in the first 5-minutes.
The 'go-out' policy will lead to increasing investment overseas from Chinese investors, "argued Hu at Citic.