1. go out
Mark doesn't go out much.
Let's go out!
It's dangerous to go out after midnight.
go out with friends
Did you go out yesterday?
Let's go out, we can't watch movies every day!
Let's go out to a restaurant tonight.
1. The electricity went out last night. 2. Every weekend I go out with my friends.
There's no job for me in my country, it's time to go out.
go out on Friday night
I always go out with my best friends on Friday night.
Let's go out for a walk. / The light went out as we sat for dinner. / Tom and Mary have been going out for seven years.
Let's go out and have some fun!
Mark doesn't go out much. let's go out for a walk. The light went out as we sat for dinner.
We go out to the cinema every week.
Angielskie słowo "wychodzić" (go out) występuje w zestawach:Czasowniki opracowane przez Michała #3 F-Hgo (podstawowe)Macmillan/Życie rodzinne i towarzyskieNiebieska Teddy Eddie rozdział 5READING, p. 21 WorkBook
2. come out
All the flowers have come out. My photos didn't come out very well.
When does her new book come out?
all the bad men, come out
The truth will always come out.
wychodzić na jaw The truth about him will come out in the end. She was not ready to come out publicly. (Ona nie była gotowa, aby publicznie wyjawić, że jest homoseksualistką.)
Did the stain come out in washing? / You always come out well in photos.
Roses come out in summer.
His new novel will come out soon
This oil stain will come out if you let it soak in warm water.
My photos didn't come out all so well. Come out in spots.
the exam results haven't come out yet.
Her photo did not come out well so she had her nose retouched.
Would you like to come out for a drink sometime?
Did anything come out of yesterday's negotiations?
These chocolate stains won't come out.
Angielskie słowo "wychodzić" (come out) występuje w zestawach:FCE Use of English & Unit 7 - part 1First Certificate Langueage unit 10 Entertaiment a...najpopularniejsze czasowniki frazoweCo nie rozumiem z filmów15.03.2016 r.
You must not leave her waiting outside in such cold weather.
Tom's wife would probably leave him if she knew the truth.
Most of the Dutch in New Amsterdam did not leave.
Tom didn't leave a suicide note, so the police suspect murder.
If I were you, I would quit my job and leave London.
He doesn't want to leave the room because he's afraid that he'll catch another cold.
She will start her maternity leave next week.
She took two weeks' leave and visited China.
Unable to prove his innocence, he was forced to leave his native town.
The last to leave was a tall man, with a pale face and smooth, black hair.
Some college teachers come to class late and leave early.
With it raining like this, we'll never be able to leave.
From personal experience, I know that any encounter with him will leave a bad taste in your mouth.
She won't leave the room, because she doesn't want to catch another cold.
Angielskie słowo "wychodzić" (leave) występuje w zestawach:500 najważniejszych czasowników angielskich 25 - 50Odmiana czasowników nieregularnychBasic Verbs in Present ContinuousUNIT 1.2 - The officeSłownik English File 1
4. get out
She had to get out of the car to pay the parking charge. / 2. Get out of here, all of you, get out! / 3. Fischer, it's a trap, get out of there! / 4. Get out of the car now! / 5. Get outta here!
When you stop at the traffic lights, I'll get out.
get out your wallet, get out of the room
get out of my house
Angielskie słowo "wychodzić" (get out) występuje w zestawach:Day scheduleZestaw - 7 Go, have, getczas wolny do końcażycie rodzinne i towarzyskieenglish for life 29-41
5. walk out
Angielskie słowo "wychodzić" (walk out) występuje w zestawach:Phrasal verbs 1 (Murphy)super size me, unit 7Słówka 11-17.12
6. go off
When her mother would go off hunting, we would stay and film.
Careful those cannons might go off.
I have heard that three bombs go off last year.
My alarm clock went off at 5 AM. So what else can go off? In this particular sense of to go off, it’s used when something is activated, or when something explodes.
It should go off in about five minutes, but you never know with homemade explosives, so - run!
Has a bomb ever go off in the capital city of your country?
The bomb will go off in two minutes.
have to go off their house immediately.
My alarm clock didn't go off.
I was just lying in bed waiting for the alarm to go off.
I've always loved chocolate, but recently I've started to go off it. I hardly ever eat it now.
explode, make a sudden noise/The bomb could go off at any moment.
For three months, the automatic lights outside did not go off because it was that dark.
If it's fresh produce, it might go off before you get to use it all.
How soon does meat, fish or milk go offin hot weatherif it is not kept in a fridge.
Angielskie słowo "wychodzić" (go off) występuje w zestawach:Unit 2 Looking back
7. hanging out
I like hanging out with friends.
Angielskie słowo "wychodzić" (hanging out) występuje w zestawach:Most important
8. leave left left
Angielskie słowo "wychodzić" (leave left left) występuje w zestawach:Angielskie czasowniki nierugularneSky High poprawione
Shouldn't you overlook his indiscretions and forgive him?
This is too important to overlook.
He overlooked a misspelled word.
if a house, room etc overlooks something, it has a view of it, usually from above
I think there is one kye fact you have overlooked.
She did not overlook whatever difference there was between what was right and what was wrong.
Making this matter public would have an effect on our sales, so we're going to overlook it this once.
Brenda overlooked the last step and had a bad fall
However, do not overlook the effect the Iraq war may have had. The risk is a real one and should not be overlooked. But in the future such things will not be overlooked.
To overlook is defined as to look at from a high place, or to miss something by mistake or on purpose. An example of to overlook is to view a valley from the top of a cliff. An example of to overlook is to not count one absence by a student.
The definition of an overlook is a high place that provides a view of the surroundings. An example of an overlook is a cliff above a valley. My hotel window overlooked some of the most magnificent scenery I had ever seen.
It's a two-storied house with a spacious living-room, light bedroom and study which overlooks the garden.
He seems to have overlooked one important fact.
I think there is one key fact that you have overlooked. Reiner himself was overlooked as best director. Our hotel room overlooked the harbor.
if something overlooks a place, it is above the place and has a view over it