take out

  • 1 Take-out — предложение на покупку, сделанное продавцу ценных бумаг и составленное таким образом, чтобы вывести его с рынка этих ценных бумаг. См. также: Фондовые сделки Финансовый словарь Финам …

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  • 2 Take-out — Upper left: A Meat Feast Parmo from Four Seasons in Stockton on Tees, UK. Upper right: Fish and chips. Lower left: Pizza delivery. Lower right: Döner kebab Take away redirects here. For the film of the same name, see Take Away. Take out redirects …

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  • 3 Take Out — Infobox Film name = Take Out caption = Mary Ann Emerson director = Jonathan Budine producer = Bill Hall Jonathan Budine Co Producer Jim Welsh writer = Bill Hall starring = Mary Ann Emerson Alexis Suarez Debbie Rochon music = Ray Nissen… …

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  • 4 take out — verb Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. a. (1) deduct, separate (2) exclude, omit (3) withdraw, withhold b. to find release for ; vent …

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  • 5 take-out — adjective Date: 1965 of, relating to, selling, or being food not to be consumed on the premises < take out counter > < a take out supper > …

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  • 6 take out — 1. noun Alternative spelling of takeout 2. verb a) To remove. Please take out the trash before the whole house starts to smell b) To escort someone on a date …

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  • 7 take out — {v. phr.} 1. To ask for and fill in. * /Mary and John took out a marriage license./ 2. To begin to run. * /When the window broke, the boys took out in all directions./ * /When the wind blew the man s hat off, Charlie took out after it./ See: TAKE …

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  • 8 take out — {v. phr.} 1. To ask for and fill in. * /Mary and John took out a marriage license./ 2. To begin to run. * /When the window broke, the boys took out in all directions./ * /When the wind blew the man s hat off, Charlie took out after it./ See: TAKE …

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  • 9 take out on — {v. phr.} To vent one s sadness, frustration, or anger on someone who is usually innocent of the problem at hand. * / Why are you always taking out your frustrations on me? Jane asked Tom, when he slammed the door./ …

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  • 10 take out on — {v. phr.} To vent one s sadness, frustration, or anger on someone who is usually innocent of the problem at hand. * / Why are you always taking out your frustrations on me? Jane asked Tom, when he slammed the door./ …

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  • 11 take-out — the area where boats are taken out of the water …

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  • 12 take-out — See takeout. * * * …

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  • 13 Take Out Yo Gun — Infobox Album Name = Take Out Ur Gun Type = Album Artist = The Dogg Released = December, 2004 (Namibia) Recorded = 2004 Genre = Kwaito Length = Label = Mshasho Records Producer = The Dogg, Elvo, Carl Last album = Shimaliw Osatana (2004) This… …

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  • 14 Take out the Trash Day — Infobox Television episode Title = Take out the Trash Day Series = The West Wing Caption = Season = 1 Episode = 13 Airdate = January 262000 Production = 225912 Writer = Aaron Sorkin Director = Ken Olin Guests = Timothy Busfield Janel Moloney Suzy …

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  • 15 take-out order — {n. phr.} An order in a restaurant that one does not eat on the premises, but takes home. * /The new Chinese restaurant on the corner sells nice take out orders./ …

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  • 16 take-out order — {n. phr.} An order in a restaurant that one does not eat on the premises, but takes home. * /The new Chinese restaurant on the corner sells nice take out orders./ …

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  • 17 take out the stops — verb The supposed practice whereby locals (floor traders trading for their own account) buy or sell to push prices towards where they suspect stop loss orders lie, with a view to profiting from the resulting acceleration of the move when those… …

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  • 18 take out after — {v. phr.} To start pursuing one. * /The watchdog took out after the burglars./ …

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  • 20 take out a mortgage — ➡ mortgages * * * …

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