1. He’s ready to come out of the swing.
He wants to get out of the swing.
(out of = leave)
2. It’s looks like the honor box is out of newspapers.
(out of = empty; no more)
3. He’s out of practice. He needs to practice more.
| 4. When I went to Jamaica, I ran out of money and had to get some more from the bank. |
5. She likes to get out of the city and go camping on the weekends.
6. He’s been out of work for the last six months. He really needs a job.
7. These potatoes came out of the grounds just a few days ago.
8. No one dresses like this any more. Their clothes are very out of style.
Their clothes are out of fashion.