out at (some place)

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out at (some place)

At a location or event outside of or distant from (one's house, office, current location, etc.). The boss it out at a meeting across town at the moment. Would you like to leave a message for her? John is out at bar with his friends tonight.
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out at some place

located at a distant place. Tom's out at the farm and there's no phone there, so you can't talk to him. Jed is out at the cabin on a hunting trip.
See also: out, place
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