take out of

take out of(
teyk
 
aud
 
uhv
)
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to remove from)
a. sacar de
The clothes were still wet when I took them out of the dryer.La ropa todavía estaba húmeda cuando la saqué de la secadora.
2. (to elimante)
a. sacar de
The editor chose to take that part out of the movie.El editor optó por sacar esa parte de la película.
3. (to deduct from)
a. deducir de
My boss took the cost of the wine bottle I dropped out of my pay.Mi jefe dedujo de mi pago el costo de la botella de vino que rompí.
4. (to clean)
a. quitar de
Maybe soda water will take the stain out of your shirt.A lo mejor la soda quitará la mancha de tu camisa.
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