take someone out

take someone out

1. tv. to block someone, as in a football game. I was supposed to take the left end out, but I was trapped under the center.
2. tv. to kill someone. (Underworld.) The boss told Rocko to take out Marlowe.
3. tv. to date someone. She wanted to take him out for an evening.
See also: out, take
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I think many of the senior players will say that in the past, you could take someone out to dinner twice," said Elliott.