shut out
تلفظ آنلاین

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shut out
[verb]
Synonyms: exclude, bar, debar, keep out, lock out
English Thesaurus: forget, don’t remember/can’t remember, have no recollection of something, slip your mind, it goes in one ear and out the other, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

shut out phrasal verb (see also shut)

1. shut somebody out to deliberately not let someone join you in an activity or share your thoughts and feelings:
How can I help you if you just keep shutting me out all the time?
shut somebody out from
I felt I was being shut out from all the family’s affairs.

2. shut somebody/something ↔ out to prevent someone or something from entering a place:
heavy curtains that shut out the sunlight
shut somebody/something ↔ out from
The door closed firmly, shutting me out from the warmth inside.

3. shut something ↔ out to stop yourself from thinking about or noticing something, so that you are not affected by it:
People close their windows at night in a vain attempt to shut out the sound of gunfire.
She shut out memories of James.
Jenny closed her eyes and tried to shut everything out.

4. shut out somebody American English to defeat an opposing sports team and prevent them from getting any points:
Colorado shut out Kansas City 3–0.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ˈshut-out noun [countable] American English
a game in which one team is prevented by the other from getting any points

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

shut out
shut (someone) out
1.
to prevent a competitor from scoring any points.
The Braves shut out the Dodgers today, 7–0.

2.
to prevent someone from being a part of something.
She shut him out of her world and had nothing to do with him.

A group of African-American lawyers charged that the law firm shut them out.

Movies like his are so unusual that they're basically shut out of consideration for an Oscar.

shut out (something)
1.
to prevent something from entering a place.
The thick glass windows shut out most of the traffic noise.

My eyes can't stand bright light, so I keep the curtains closed to shut the sunlight out.

2.
to not think about something.
She can't shut out the memory of the accident.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

shut out something
shut out (something)
1.
to prevent something from entering a place.
The thick glass windows shut out most of the traffic noise.

My eyes can't stand bright light, so I keep the curtains closed to shut the sunlight out.

2.
to not think about something.
She can't shut out the memory of the accident.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

shut out
to prevent the opposition team from scoring during a game
The national soccer team shut out the best team in the world last night.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

shut out
v.
1. To prevent from coming in; block.
During World War II, Malta managed to shut out most of the Italian and German bombers by throwing up an effective anti-aircraft screen.
The boys were annoyed by Tom's telling club secrets and shut him out of their meeting.
2. To prevent (an opposing team) from scoring throughout an entire game.
The Dodgers shut out the Reds, 5-0.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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