1. take out
I never take out more than £50 at a cash machine.
Please could you take out the rubbish? I did it yesterday.
Wait, I must take out the ticket from my bag.
take out your books, please.
1. Any trouble, take out a cigarette. / 2. Children, open your sketchbooks and take out your pencils. / Now take it out and put it on the seat.
1. Any trouble, take out a cigarette. / 2. Children, open your sketchbooks and take out your pencils.
I took the cake out of the oven. I decided to take out two paragraphs from my text.
to make a financial or legal arrangement with a bank, company, law court etc. to get money from your bank account [= withdraw]: How much would you like to take out?
take out the garbage
I take out 200 from the cash machine.
take out chip
I had to take out a loan to pay back the money I had borrowed from my sister.
Use this spray to take out the stain.
Is that to eat here or take out?
Do you have to fill in many forms before you can take out a mortgage?
English word "sacar"(take out) occurs in sets:VERBOS FRASALES IIPhrasal Verbs