dip\ out


dip\ out
1. III
dip out smth. / smth. out / dip out water (soup, etc.) зачерпнуть воды и т. д.
2. XXI1
dip out smth. with smth. dip out water with a pail (with a ladle, etc.) вычерпывать воду ведром и т. д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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