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  *出* | 出* | *出
to go out / to come out / to occur / to produce / to go beyond / to rise / to put forth / to happen / (used after a verb to indicate an outward direction or a positive result) / classifier for dramas, plays, operas etc
  *出* | 出* | *出
variant of (classifier for plays or chapters of classical novels)
to act (in a play) / to perform / to put on (a performance) / performance / concert / show / CL: 場|场,
prominent / outstanding / to give prominence to / to protrude / to project
to spend; to pay out / expenses; expenditure
outstanding / distinguished / remarkable / prominent / illustrious
to put out / to issue
to indicate / to point out
to pay / to invest (energy or time in a friendship etc)
to raise (an issue) / to propose / to put forward / to suggest / to post (on a website) / to withdraw (cash)
to broadcast / to air (a TV program etc)
to withdraw / to abort / to quit / to log out (computing)
to speak out / to declare (one's view)
to list / to make a list
to find / to search out
to expose / to show / also pr. [lou4 chu1]
to push out / to release / to launch / to publish / to recommend
to find out / to discover
to go out / to go away (on a trip etc)
to take out / to extract
to obtain (results) / to arrive at (a conclusion)
to discharge
to flow out / to disgorge / to effuse
to export / to output
to exceed / to overstep / to go too far / to encroach
to extract / to draw out
to let off / to give out
to make out / to see
to derive / derived / derivation / to entail / to induce / to export (data)
to leave (a room etc) / to go out through (a door etc)
to overflow / to spill over / (computing) overflow
to gush / to gush out / to pour out
to log out (computer) / to publish / to be published / to appear (in a newspaper etc)
to blurt out; to let slip (an indiscreet remark)
to enter or exit / to go through
to break away / to extricate / to escape / to leave the confines of
as the water recedes, the rocks appear (idiom) / the truth comes to light
to extend
to take out / to extract / to draw out
to transmit outwards / to disseminate / efferent (nerve)
to put on display / to be on show / to exhibit
to protrude / to stick out
to squeeze out / to extrude / to drain / to find the time / to burst out
to rush out
to pick out / to select / to elect
to produce (graduates, breast milk, toxic waste, creative ideas etc) / output
recognition / to recognize
to step out / to take a (first) step
to come back out of retirement / to get involved again after having withdrawn
to use / to exert
to step forward bravely
to reveal one's talent (idiom) / to rise above others; to distinguish oneself
to burst out / to appear unexpectedly / to break (media story)
lit. to put everything out including the tray / to reveal everything / to make a clean breast of it all
to exhale / to breathe out
to rescue / to pluck from danger
to be away on business
to explain a complicated subject matter in simple terms (idiom) / (of language) simple and easy to understand
to seep out / to exude
(following a noun) full of ... / abounding in ...
to come forth in large numbers
to separate out
to fade out (cinema) / to withdraw from (politics, acting etc) / to fade from (memory)
to expel / to evict / to drive out
to offer / to give (as tribute) / to devote (one's life) / to sacrifice (oneself)
lit. ready to appear at the call (idiom) / fig. on the verge of coming out into the open / (of a person's choice etc) on the point of being disclosed / (of an artistic depiction) vividly portrayed
to withdraw / to leave / to retreat / to pull out
(of an argument, theory etc) full of flaws (idiom)
income does not cover expenditure / unable to make ends meet
the whole nest came out (idiom); to turn out in full strength
Trouble issues from the mouth (idiom). A loose tongue may cause a lot of trouble.
Illness enters by the mouth, trouble comes out by the mouth (idiom). A loose tongue may cause a lot of trouble.
to run out
to rush out through a door (idiom)
to point out / to indicate
to send / to dispatch
spout / spray / belch / to well up / to puff out / to spurt out
to sell at auction / to reach a given price at auction
to assume / to adopt (a look, pose, manner etc) / to bring out for display
(of an argument, theory etc) full of flaws (idiom)
to eject / to exit from / to pop up
to hand over
annual expenditure
to issue (an order, decree etc); to send out; to dispatch / to produce (a sound); to let out (a laugh)
to be on the verge of eruption (idiom) / (of the sun) to emerge in all its brilliance
to toss / to throw out
to mail; to send by post
to identify by smell / to detect a scent / to sniff out
to sell / to reach (a price in an auction)
shipment / to dispatch / to ship out / to send
to detect
to come out on top / to win (in an election, contest etc) / success / victory
to sprout (leaves, buds, a beard etc)
to bear (fruit)
to arrange to go on a date with sb
to fly out
to release / to make available / to liberate / disengagement
to drive away
to figure out / to work out (a solution etc) / to think up / to come up with (an idea etc)

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