lift out

  1. take out or up with or as if with a scoop
    scoop the sugar out of the container
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How To Use lift out In A Sentence

  • I lift out one ax, twirl it, slam in the adze, and gingerly test it.
  • Then vacuum and watch the dirt and stains lift out. Times, Sunday Times
  • He said that after getting a lift out to the bar with his brother at around 3.40p.m., the trio watched the match and had around three drinks each.
  • If it is not, lift out the potatoes with a slotted spoon into a serving dish and reduce the sauce further by boiling.
  • Lift out the aubergine, tomato and some of the onion with a draining spoon.
  • Remove from oven and lift out flesh with a fork.
  • If liquid reduces too much, add more stock. Remove pan from oven and lift out rabbit pieces.
  • The traditional way is to lift out the meat and set it aside, while the sauce is tossed with pasta and served topped with grated Parmesan.
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