Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Out"

The meaning of "Out" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does If I ask her out, I'm asking her out mean?
A: "Ask her out" and "asking her out" means asking a lady to join or spend time with you doing something together.
Q: What does outsing? mean?
A: I'm guessing it means to out-sing someone. As in, to exceed another person's singing ability.
Q: What does outing mean?
A: “Outing” is referring to the dinner. You can think of it as, “going out”
Q: What does he called her out on not following up on her note mean?
A: it is used as a slang in your given sentence ...here this is what i found so far...hope that helps.. http://onlineslangdictionary.com/meaning-definition-of/call-out
Q: What does outing mean?
A: When someone usually mentions the word, "outing". It most likely means that they are talking about hanging with someone or some people

Example sentences using "Out"

Q: Please show me example sentences with outing.
A: 'We are going on an outing!'
'We are going for an outing.'
'We'll go on an outing to the lake.'

Synonyms of "Out" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between 1. If I were you, I would help her out. and 2. If I were you, I will help her out. ?
A: “If I were you, I would help her out.” is the better sentence. Because the sentence is in past tense. 2. Isn’t grammatically correct.
Q: What is the difference between I have just asked her out. and I just asked her out. ?
A: They’re almost the exact same, except I would simply say I just asked her out. The “have” is optional, but sounds more formal to me.
Q: What is the difference between Which of these and Which out of these ?
A: I think they are the same, but you will hear 'which of these' more because there are less words and it flows better, so is easier to say. :)
Q: What is the difference between I will feel her out about the party whether I can take you there. and I will ask her whether I can take you there. ?
A: The first part means they will try to know if they can take you to the party without asking directly.

The second one is a more direct approach.

Translations of "Out"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? outing
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Other questions about "Out"

Q: After I bitched her out, I noticed I was wrong. It was all my fault, and as I recognized later, I was punishing her for my own personal inadequacies. does this sound natural?
A: After bitching/yelling at her, I noticed I was wrong. It was all my fault, and as I recognized later, I was punishing her for my own personal inadequacies.

Note: the phrase “bitching” is considered very rude and isn’t commonly used in that manner. It’s more common to call someone a bitch or say they were bitching at you.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce he asked her out to dinner (6).
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Q: I really wanted to ask her out but I didn't have a gut to so that.

or would it be more natural,
I did't have a courage to ask her out does this sound natural?
A: I really wanted to ask her out but I didn't have the guts.

I didn't have the courage to ask her out.

Both are fine to say 😁
Q: Oh,you like her? If so, just ask her out her e-mail address! Be a man! does this sound natural?
A: "If so, just ask her out! Be a man!"
or
"If so, just ask her for her e-mail address! Be a man!"
Q: I asked her out, I gave her flowers and chocolates on our first date besides being nice all the time. And everything for what? Only to get a peck on my cheek! I can't believe it. does this sound natural?
A: "I asked her out and gave her flowers and chocolates on our first date in addition to being nice the whole time. And for what? Only to get a peck on my cheek! I can't believe it."
This sounds a little more natural.

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