key out

VERB
  1. identify as in botany or biology, for example
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How To Use key out In A Sentence

  • It's nice to be with people who take the mickey out of each other. Times, Sunday Times
  • My other half has started taking the mickey out of my taste in TV programmes, noting that all I watch are ‘Long Ago’ documentaries.
  • Don't take the mickey out of me, sunshine. Times, Sunday Times
  • I always took my key out of my bag and put it in my pocket.
  • And he loved to tell the yarn about how he and a pal pilfered a barrel of whiskey out from under the noses of the police during Prohibition.
  • Neither starter was dominating against the opposing batters, but both managed to keep the game close with some fine defensive help and key outs in clutch moments.
  • The government may soon repeal the law that makes it an offence to take the mickey out of judges. Times, Sunday Times
  • I used to stomp out of my room in protest in the evenings after he placed an antique clock from Turkey outside my room.
  • You had to try and block your mind off from what they were talking about because they were laughing and joking and taking the mickey out of me.
  • But if we make a monkey out of it, then we make a monkey of ourselves. The Sun
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