自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
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ADVERB USES 副词用法
ADV （拿）出；（取）出 When something is in a particular place and you take it out, you remove it from that place.
Carefully pull out the centre pages...
He took out his notebook and flipped the pages...
ADV 在外；在室外 You can use out to indicate that you are talking about the situation outside, rather than inside buildings.
It's hot out — very hot, very humid.
ADV 不在家；不在工作地点 If you are out, you are not at home or not at your usual place of work.
I tried to get in touch with you yesterday evening, but I think you were out...
She had to go out.
ADV 在他处；（通常指）在远处 If you say that someone is out in a particular place, you mean that they are in a different place, usually one far away.
The police tell me they've finished their investigations out there...
Rosie's husband was now out East.
ADV （海水或潮水）离岸 When the sea or tide goes out, the sea moves away from the shore.
The tide was out and they walked among the rock pools.
ADV 缺少，不足，损失（某一数量的钱） If you are out a particular amount of money, you have that amount less than you should or than you did.
Me and my friends are out ten thousand dollars, with nothing to show for it!
ADJECTIVE AND ADVERB USES 形容词和副词用法
ADJ （灯、火）熄灭的 If a light or fire is out or goes out, it is no longer shining or burning.
All the lights were out in the house...
Several of the lights went out, one after another.
ADJ （花）盛开的，吐蕊的 If flowers are out, their petals have opened.
Well, the daffodils are out in the gardens and they're always a beautiful show.
ADJ 面世；问世；发行 If something such as a book or CD is out, it is available for people to buy.
...cover versions of 40 British Number Ones — out now.
ADJ 罢工的 If workers are out, they are on strike.
We've been out for two and a half months and we're not going back until we get what we're asking for.
ADJ 无法参赛的；淘汰的 In a game or sport, if someone is out, they can no longer take part either because they are unable to or because they have been defeated.
ADJ （棒球比赛中选手）出局的 In baseball, a player is out if they do not reach a base safely. When three players in a team are out in an inning, then the team is out.
ADJ （提议或建议）不能接受的，不值得考虑的 If you say that a proposal or suggestion is out, you mean that it is unacceptable.
That's right out, I'm afraid.
ADJ 不时髦的；不流行的；过时的 If you say that a particular thing is out, you mean that it is no longer fashionable at the present time.
Romance is making a comeback. Reality is out.
ADJ-GRADED （计算或测量）不准确的，错误的 If you say that a calculation or measurement is out, you mean that it is incorrect.
When the two ends of the tunnel met in the middle they were only a few inches out.
ADJ 打算的；试图的 If someone is out to do something, they intend to do it.
Most companies these days are just out to make a quick profit.
VERB USE 动词用法
VERB 公开揭露（公众人物、名人等）的同性恋身份 If a group of people out a public figure or famous person, they reveal that person's homosexuality against their wishes.
The New York gay action group 'Queer Nation' recently outed an American Congressman.
PREPOSITION USES 介词用法
PREP-PHRASE 从（某处）离开 If you go out of a place, you leave it.
She let him out of the house.
PREP-PHRASE 从…里面（拿、取）出来 If you take something out of the container or place where it has been, you remove it so that it is no longer there.
I always took my key out of my bag and put it in my pocket.
PREP-PHRASE 向（窗）外 If you look or shout out of a window, you look or shout away from the room where you are towards the outside.
He went on staring out of the window...
He looked out the window at the car on the street below.
PREP-PHRASE 避开，未暴露于（太阳、雨或风） If you are out of the sun, the rain, or the wind, you are sheltered from it.
People can keep out of the sun to avoid skin cancer.
PREP-PHRASE 摆脱，脱离（尤指令人不快的事） If someone or something gets out of a situation, especially an unpleasant one, they are then no longer in it. If they keep out of it, they do not start being in it.
In the past army troops have relied heavily on air support to get them out of trouble...
The economy is starting to climb out of recession...
PREP-PHRASE 离开（机构） You can use out of to say that someone leaves an institution.
You come out of university and find there are no jobs available...
Doctors should be able to decide who they can safely let out of hospital early.
PREP-PHRASE 在…之外；超过…界限 If you are out of range of something, you are beyond the limits of that range.
Shaun was in the bedroom, out of earshot, watching television...
He turned to look back, but by then she was out of sight.
PREP-PHRASE 出于；由于 You use out of to say what feeling or reason causes someone to do something. For example, if you do something out of pity, you do it because you pity someone.
He took up office out of a sense of duty...
Some people have left out of embarrassment at what's happened to them.
PREP-PHRASE （通常指在对方不情愿的情况下）从（某人）身上（获得信息或工作成果） If you get something such as information or work out of someone, you manage to make them give it to you, usually when they are unwilling to give it.
'Where is she being held prisoner?' I asked. 'Did you get it out of him?'...
We knew we could get better work out of them.
PREP-PHRASE 由…（引起）；从…中（得到） If you get pleasure or an advantage out of something, you get it as a result of being involved with that thing or making use of it.
We all had a lot of fun out of him...
To get the most out of your money, you have to invest.
PREP-PHRASE 缺乏；没有 If you are out of something, you no longer have any of it.
I can't find the sugar — and we're out of milk.
PREP-PHRASE 用…（制成）；由…（建成） If something is made out of a particular material, it consists of that material because it has been formed or constructed from it.
Would you advise people to make a building out of wood or stone?
PREP-PHRASE （表示比例）每…中 You use out of to indicate what proportion of a group of things something is true of. For example, if something is true of one out of five things, it is true of one fifth of all things of that kind.
Two out of five thought the business would be sold privately on their retirement or death...
In 99 cases out of a hundred this will be done more effectively by the army.