この人今出かけてていないわよ. 出かける is 出かけて in the "te" form, but i don't get the other て after it. I suppose わよ are 2 particles which only emphasize. And the phrase seems to mean "this person isn't out", while it means the opposite.
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出かけてて means 出かけていて ( the progressive form). So the sentence means that the person is going out so he/she is absent. い is often omitted in the progressive form of a verb. 知ってて言わなかったんです。（知っていて） 駅で待ってる。（待っている）
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