||loud enough to hear, spoken clearly
||Dad was very angry, but he didn't swear out loud.
||have no more, have none, run out
||Stop at the bakery, please. We're out of bread.
|out of bounds
||off the playing field, across boundary lines
||Ramone kicked the soccer ball over my head and out of bounds.
|out of breath
||short of breath, puffing, out of breath
||She was out of breath after climbing the stairs.
|out of circulation
||not visiting, don't get around
||I've been out of circulation. I've been studying.
|out of commission
||not operating, out of order
||My brain is out of commission. I can't think today.
|out of context
||taken out of the sentence, missing important words
||Brian's comment, "Roll of the dice," was taken out of context.
|out of control
||not managed, wild, not under control
||The crowd was out of control. People were fighting and looting.
|out of hand
||not controlled or disciplined
||The children got out of hand. I couldn't control them.
|out of harm's way
||out of danger, in a safe place
||Jerry parked the car off the road - out of harm's way.