[out-n] /ˈaʊt n/
verb (used with object), Eastern North Midland and South Atlantic States.
to turn off (a light) or extinguish (a fire).
“put out,” 1916, American English dialectal; see out (adv.) + -en (1). An idiom in Pennsylvania German.
[ou-ter] /ˈaʊ tər/ adjective 1. situated on or toward the outside; external; exterior: outer garments; an outer wall. 2. situated farther or farther from the center: the outer reaches of space. 3. of or relating to the external world. /ˈaʊtə/ adjective (prenominal) 1. being or located on the outside; external 2. further from the middle […]
noun, Mathematics. 1. an automorphism that is not an inner automorphism.
noun, English Law. 1. a body of the junior counsel who sit and plead outside the dividing bar in the court, ranking below the King’s Counsel or Queen’s Counsel. noun 1. (in England) a collective name for junior barristers who plead from outside the bar of the court Compare Queen’s Counsel
noun, English Law. 1. a barrister belonging to the outer bar.