- 英[bəu aut]
- 美[bo aʊt]
- 躬身送（某人）出门; 放弃做（某事）; 退出;
The old leader decided to bow out.
I think this is as good a moment as any to bow out.
Vergil: It's time for the clown to bow out, Arkham.
维吉尔: 是该小丑滚蛋的时候了, 雅克罕姆.
Can you bow out when they're shouting your name?
当他们呼喊你的名字时你能舍得鞠躬下台 吗 ?
She didn't want to compain anymore, so she decided to bow out.
Jack had to bow out a contender.
My mother used to bow out guests.
Mr. Smith held different views form his partners, finally to bow out of the Company management.
While the movie was being filmed, the star got sick and had to bow out.
Most already know of this and are considering how they will bow out.
While the movie was being filmed, the star got sick and bad to bow out.
In the case that you just can't work with a client, bow out gracefully.
1. remove oneself from an obligation;
"He bowed out when he heard how much work was involved"
2. retire gracefully;
"He bowed out when he realized he could no longer handle the demands of the chairmanship"