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'Uit' - Out, Out of, From - and Off

'Uit' click to hear 2 is usually translated as 'from' or 'out, out of' which mean about the same, but occasionally 'uit' is translated as 'off' ('not on.')

'Uit' = Out of, Out, From
'Uit' = Off
Verbs with 'Uit'
Words with'Uit'
Sayings with 'Uit'
From Literature

'Uit' = Out of, Out, From

uit India click to hear from India
uit Amsterdam click to hear 2 from Amsterdam
tulpen uit Amsterdam click to hear 2 tulips from Amsterdam Als de lente komt dan stuur ik jou tulpen uit Amsterdam click to hear 2 Come Spring I'll send you tulips from Amsterdam Ik kom uit ... click to hear I [come] am from ... Ik kom uit Amerika click to hear 2 I'm from ['America'] the US Ik kom uit Engeland click to hear 2 I'm from England Ze komt uit Engeland click to hear 2 She's from England Mijn familie komt uit het zuiden click to hear My family is from the South Mijn moeders familie komt uit Limburg click to hear My mother's family is from Limburg Mijn voorouders komen uit Nederland click to hear 2 My ancestors [come] came from Holland Ik mis de mensen uit Nederland click to hear I miss the people from Holland oom Jan uit Canada click to hear 2 uncle Jan from Canada

Ik ken hem uit m'n studententijd click to hear 2 I know him from my (college/university) student [time] days

uit 't diepst van m'n hart click to hear 2 from the [deepest] bottom of my heart uit de hoogte click to hear 2 3 4 slow ['from (the) a height'] - arrogantly, know-better Het viel uit de hemel click to hear 2 3 It fell from the sky Hij viel uit een raam click to hear 2 He fell from a window 't Viel met bakken uit de hemel click to hear 2 3 It (rain) fell from the sky ['with' boxes] in buckets - heavy rain 't Valt met bakken uit de hemel click to hear 2 It (rain) is falling from the sky in buckets vanuit click to hear 2 from, originating from Een aanval vanuit een land is een aanval door dat land click to hear An attack from a country is an attack by that country

uit het oog verliezen click to hear 2 ['lose from (eye) sight'] - (people or ideas) no longer in sight, lost from consideration De idealen werden uit het oog verloren click to hear ~The ideals were lost from sight, dropped along the way De idealen waren uit het oog verloren click to hear ~The ideals were lost from sight, dropped along the way

uit 't zicht click to hear 2 'out of sight,' no longer seen, hidden uit de mode click to hear 2 3 [out of fashion] no longer in fashion, old-fashioned uit de tijd click to hear [out of time] 'not of this time' - no longer in fashion, old-fashioned, or: no longer acceptable in modern times uit de weg click to hear 2 3 4 out of the way:
1. not a problem anymore
2. make way! move over!
Dan is dat uit de weg click to hear 2 3 Then that's out of the way, not a problem anymore

't huis uit click to hear (going) out of the house
de kamer uit click to hear (going) out of the room
uit 't huis click to hear out of the house
Hij liep 't huis uit click to hear He walked out of the house Hij liep uit de vergadering click to hear He walked out of the meeting (before it ended) Hij stapte uit de auto click to hear He [stepped] got out of the car

'uit het vuistje' click to hear 2 3 ['from the little fist'] - eating prepared sandwiches 'by hand' - traditionally, Dutch people eat bread on plates at a table, and put butter and covering on the slices themselves, and use knife and fork
Also note that the T in STJ is dropped

Sometimes, 'out of' / uit click to hear 2 gives a motivation, a reason or an explanation, 'because of'
uit gewoonte click to hear 2 out of habit uit nieuwsgierigheid click to hear 2 3 out of curiosity uit verveling click to hear 2 3 out of boredom uit voorzorg click to hear 2 3 [out of, because of caution] - as a precaution, 'to be prepared'
voorzorgsmaatregelen click to hear precautions, precautionary measures

Occasionally, uit click to hear 2 indicates ending
Ik heb 't boek uit click to hear I finished (reading) the book Ik ben er nog niet helemaal uit click to hear 2 3 ['I'm not yet completely out of it'] - I do not yet fully understand it punt - uit! click to hear 2 3 [period - finished!] that's it! (no more discussion)

uitblazen click to hear 1. to blow out, blow away, finish
2. to catch breath, relax, rest
Blaas de kaarsen uit click to hear 2 Blow out the candles Even uitblazen! click to hear Let me take a moment to catch my breath En toen kwam er een olifant met een lange snuit, en die blies het (hele) verhaaltje uit click to hear 2 3 And then an elephant with a long snout appeared and [that one] it blew out the (whole) story

'Uit' = Off

'Uit zijn' click to hear means that things like lights, machines and appliances 'are off.' The opposite, 'to be on' is 'aan zijn' click to hear 2 more
't Licht is uit click to hear 2 3 The light is off
But:  't Licht is kapot click to hear 2 The light is out, broken
De verwarming is uit click to hear 2 The heater is off 't Licht is de hele nacht aan geweest click to hear 2 The light has been on all night We waren vergeten 't uit te doen click to hear We had forgotten to turn it off De verwarming is de hele nacht aan geweest click to hear 2 The heater has been on all night We waren vergeten 'm uit te zetten click to hear We had forgotten to turn it off de ijskast is aan click to hear fridge is on, is running de ijskast staat aan click to hear the fridge is on, is running - more

'Uitdoen' click to hear 2 3 means 'turning off' lights and mechanisms etc., and also 'taking off' clothes, footwear and things like that.
The opposite 'aandoen' click to hear 2 can mean 'to turn on' lights, mechanisms or machinery, but it can also mean 'to put on' clothes etc. - more
(de) aan/uit knop click to hear 2 on/off switch, power switch Doe 't licht aan click to hear 2 3 Turn on the light Doe het licht uit click to hear 2 Turn off the light Doe je het licht uit als je weggaat? click to hear [Will you ...?] Please turn off the light(s) when you leave

Doe je jas uit click to hear 2 3 Take off your coat Doe laarzen aan click to hear 2 3 Put on boots

Alles uit behalve de radio! click to hear Take off and turn off everything except the radio

'Aan zijn'  click to hear 2 and its opposite 'uit zijn'  is usually about appliances, machinery or lights 'being on' or 'off' but can also refer to romantic relationships:
't Is dik aan click to hear 2 (slang) [It's on thick] - They're deeply in love, they're very much attracted to each other Is 't uit tussen Jan en Klazien? click to hear 2 3 Is it over between Jan en Klazien? (Is the relationship over?) ‑>> uit elkaar click to hear 2 3 ['out of each other'] - no longer together - more 'elkaar' Zijn Jan en Klazien uit elkaar? click to hear 2 3 Is it over between Jan en Klazien? (Is the relationship over?) Ze heeft het uitgemaakt click to hear 2 3 She ended, broke off the (romantic) relationship ->>

'uitgaan'  click to hear 2 3 and its opposite 'aangaan'  click to hear 2 3 are usually about electric lights or appliances going off and coming on 'automatically' or by outside interference
Het licht ging aan click to hear The light came on Gaat de ijskast aan? click to hear Is the fridge turning on? Toen de bliksem insloeg ging het licht uit click to hear 2 When lightning hit the light went out Toen het licht uitging zag ik de sterren click to hear 2 When the light went out I saw the stars - See also

uitzetten click to hear 1. to turn off 2. to expand, enlarge aanzetten click to hear 2 to turn on
uitschakelen click to hear 2 1. to switch off
2. to eliminate (competition)

More Verbs with 'Uit'

'Niet uitmaken' click to hear 2 meaning 'doesn't matter' and
'Niets uitmaken' click to hear 2 meaning 'makes no difference' are rather common
't Maakt niet uit click to hear 2 It doesn't matter 't Maakt niets uit click to hear 2 3 4 It makes no difference 't Maakt me niet uit click to hear 2 3 It's the same to me, it doesn't matter to me 't Maakt toch allemaal niks uit click to hear 2 [All of it doesn't make a difference] - Whatever you do, it doesn't help Wat maakt 't uit? click to hear 2 3 What difference does it make? (None - it doesn't matter) Kwenie (Ik weet niet) of 't wat uitmaakt click to hear I dont know if it makes any difference (maybe it's pointless) Ik denk niet dat 't veel uitmaakt click to hear [I don't think that it matters much] - I think it doesn't make much difference

'Uitmaken voor' means 'calling by a bad name, to insult.' It's found in the expression
Elkaar voor rotte vis uitmaken click to hear 2 3 4 'Calling each other spoiled (rotten) fish' - mutual insulting, 'calling each other names'

opmaken click to hear can mean many things, like to use up, to finish (there's nothing left) - but also 'to apply make-up,' 'to prepare (a bill)' and 'to conclude' - and sometimes just English 'to make' more examples
'Opmaken uit' means drawing a conclusion from:
Daaruit maak ik op ... click to hear From that [I make out ...] I conclude ...

'Uitkijken' click to hear watch out, look out, look out for
Kijk uit! click to hear 2 3 4 Watch out! Pay attention! Be careful! Kijkuit click to hear 2 Lookout ('place with a nice view' - a mansion in Upstate New York) Je moet beter uitkijken click to hear 2 You should pay more attention

'Uitkijken naar' click to hear 2 to look forward to, expecting to enjoy
Ik kijk uit naar de Kerstdagen click to hear I'm looking forward to the Christmas Holiday Ik kijk uit naar de feestdagen click to hear I'm looking forward to the holidays Iets om naar uit te kijken click to hear 2 Something to look forward to

uitleggen click to hear to explain
Ik zal 't uitleggen click to hear I'll explain [it] Ik kan 't niet uitleggen click to hear 2 I can't explain [it] Hij legde een en ander uit click to hear 2 He explained several things (that were mentioned before) Occasionally, 'uitleggen' can mean the literal 'laying out, laying down'
kaarten uitleggen click to hear to lay down cards (like in solitaire)
kaarten op tafel leggen click to hear to lay cards on the table - i.e. to open, show your cards
- more leggen - to lay

To comment on an appearance, to say what something 'looks like' Dutch uses the compound verb 'eruitzien' click to hear 2
(from zien click to hear 'to see' ‑>>)
't Ziet er vies uit click to hear 2 It looks unappetizing 't Ziet er slecht uit click to hear 2 It [looks bad] doesn't look good, it's not going to end well Hij ziet er moe uit click to hear He looks tired Ze ziet er uit als een filmster click to hear She looks like a movie star Wat zie je d'r uit! click to hear 2 3 The way you look! You don't look good (dirty, untidy, unkempt)

goed uitkomen click to hear 2 3 to suit, be convenient, turn out well, work out well
(from komen click to hear 'to come' ‑>>)
Welke dag komt je het beste uit? click to hear [Which] What day would suit you best? 't Komt slecht uit click to hear
= 't Komt niet goed uit click to hear 2 It's not a good time (or day) - it doesn't suit me

uitnodigen click to hear 2 to invite
(de) uitnodiging click to hear 2 invitation
te eten uitnodigen click to hear 2 inviting for dinner (or lunch) ‑>>

uitdelen click to hear 2 3 4 to hand out, distribute
Er staat iemand bijbels uit te delen click to hear 2 There's a [person] guy handing out bibles

uithouden click to hear 2 (usually:   't uithouden click to hear 2 3) to endure, bear (het) uithoudingsvermogen click to hear 2 ['ability to endure'] - stamina, staying power Hoe hou(d) je 't uit! click to hear 2 3 4 How can you stand it!

Even uitrusten click to hear 2 Let me take a moment to rest, relax goed uitgerust click to hear 2 well rested
(from rusten click to hear 2 'to rest' ‑>>)

Velen worden geroepen, maar weinigen worden uitgekozen click to hear Many are called, but few are chosen

Vergeet niet de hond uit te laten click to hear 2 Don't forget to [let out] walk the dog ‑>>

uit het hoofd leren click to hear 2 to learn [out of head?] by heart, to memorize (a poem, for instance)

uitdeuken click to hear [to out-, un-dent] to repair dents (in car bodies)

uitblijven click to hear 2 not happen, fail to happen
De verwachte groei bleef uit click to hear 2 3 The expected growth didn't happen Daar de verwachte groei uitbleef, werd de fabriek weer gesloten click to hear 2 Because the expected growth didn't materialize the new factory was closed (again)

uitgaan click to hear 2 3 can also mean 'to go out' (at night, visiting café's, restaurants and/or places of entertainment) We gaan uit eten click to hear We're going to eat out

uitroepen click to hear 1. to call, cry out 2. to declare (het) uitroepteken click to hear 2 ‑>>

uitglijden click to hear to slip, slide
glijden click to hear 2 to slide, glide
it's a   strong verb:
glijden / gleed / gegleden click to hear

uitgebakken spek click to hear [baked-out] fried bacon

(de) uitsmijter click to hear 2 3 1. (nightclub) bouncer
2. fried egg on bread
smijten click to hear 2 3 to throw angrily (to 'smite')
it's an old, strong verb
smijten / smeet / gesmeten click to hear
wij smeten click to hear

uitvergroten click to hear 2 to enlarge, blow up (photographs)

Words with 'Uit'

(het) uitje click to hear 1. small onion
2. outing, short trip
(de) ui click to hear 2 3 onion
(het) uitstapje click to hear outing, short trip

(de) uitbarsting click to hear 2 3 outburst, eruption
(de) woedeuitbarsting click to hear 2 3 fit of anger, fit of rage

(de) uitslag click to hear 1. result, outcome
2. (skin eruption) rash
De voorlopige uitslag van de verkiezingen click to hear 2 3 4 The preliminary results of the elections
voorlopig click to hear 2 for the moment, for the time being ‑>>
- Elections and Politics in Holland

(de) uitbraak click to hear 2 outbreak; breakout (there is no Dutch word  'braakuit')

(de) uitbreiding click to hear extension, expansion, growth uitgebreid click to hear 2 expanded, extensive, elaborate, comprehensive uitgebreid lager onderwijs click to hear 'expanded elementary education' (abandoned school type ‑>>)

(de) uitdaging click to hear challenge
't Is een uitdaging click to hear 2 3 It's a challenge

(de) uitdrukking click to hear 2 1. expression, idiom, standard phrase ‑>>
2. 'look' (on face)
zich uiten click to hear 2 3 to express yourself, to speak up geuit click to hear 2 ~expressed
(de) uiting click to hear 2 utterance, expression
(de) uitgever click to hear 2 publisher (of books)
(de) vrijheid van meningsuiting click to hear 2 freedom of [opinion-] expression ‑>>

(de) uitspraak click to hear 1. pronunciation 2. statement, verdict plural: uitspraken click to hear 2 3 spreken click to hear to speak ‑>>
Ik zoek een uitspraak van de koning click to hear I'm looking for a statement by the king Ik zoek naar een uitspraak van de koning click to hear 2 3 I'm searching for a statement by the king Weet je hoe je 't moet uitspreken? click to hear 2 Do you know how to pronounce it?

uiteindelijk click to hear 2 in the end
eindelijk click to hear finally, at last - endings
Zalig Uiteinde! click to hear 2 3 [Blessed] Happy Year's End!

uitgeput click to hear 2 exhausted ‑>>

(het) uitstel click to hear postponement, delay
Van uitstel komt afstel click to hear 2 3 'Postponement leads to cancellation'

(de) uitzondering click to hear 2 exception
plural: uitzonderingen click to hear 2
'Bijzonder' lijkt de enige uitzondering click to hear It looks like 'bijzonder' is the only exception Bijzonder click to hear (bijzonder/bijzondere click to hear) 'special' has an unusual IJ-pronunciation
De uitzondering die de regel bevestigt click to hear 2 'The exception that confirms the rule'
This is of course a nonsense remark. Logically, if there is an exception a rule is not valid

-- (het) tegenvoorbeeld click to hear 2 'counter-example.' -- I read somewhere that the Latin original says something like 'the exception that tests the rule.'
uitgezonderd click to hear except, excepted (bookish)
The common word for except is 'behalve' click to hear ‑>>

Dutch author Nescio's ca. 1910 novella 'De Uitvreter' click to hear (Nescio: De Uitvreter click to hear) is about a tragic person who lives at other people's expense, a parasite, a scrounger - more. The English translation of the collected stories calls it 'The Freeloader.'

(de) uitkering click to hear 2 3 'allowance' ('dole')
Krijg je een uitkering? click to hear 2 3 Do you get an allowance?

(het) uitzicht click to hear view, prospect, outlook (what you see) (het) vooruitzicht click to hear 2 view, prospect, outlook (what you expect) plural: vooruitzichten click to hear
'n prettig vooruitzicht click to hear 2 a happy prospect, a future event or situation you'll enjoy See also 'uitkijken naar' above

vooruit click to hear 2 forward
the opposite is:
achteruit click to hear 2 backward
Kijk vooruit, niet achteruit click to hear Look forward, not backward Door de tegenwind kwamen we (maar) met moeite vooruit click to hear 2 3 4 [Because of the wind-against we only moved forward with difficulty]
Because of the headwind we only progressed slowly
De klok achteruitzetten click to hear 2 To turn back the clock Hij reed achteruit de garage in click to hear 2 He drove into the garage backwards Alsof ik met m'n ogen dicht achteruit liep click to hear 2 3 As if I was walking backward with (my) eyes closed Hij gaat erg achteruit click to hear 2 3 ['He goes backwards badly'] He's quickly getting worse (health, mental state)

(de) vooruitgang click to hear 'progress'
(de) achteruitgang click to hear 2 decline, regression
Was er enige vooruitgang? click to hear 2 3 Was there any progress? Er is duidelijk vooruitgang click to hear 2 There is [clearly] notably progress, it's clear that there is progress

vooruitstrevend click to hear 2 (politics) 'moving forward' - old-fashioned, the modern word is:
progressief click to hear 2 progressive, 'left-wing'
- the opposites are

behoudend click to hear 2 3 conservative (old-fashioned) and
conservatief click to hear 2 conservative, 'right-wing'

(de) uitgang click to hear 2 exit, egress
(de) nooduitgang click to hear emergency exit
(de) ingang click to hear 2 is entry, entrance (de) zijingang click to hear 2 side entrance
Waar is de uitgang? click to hear Where is the exit? Hier is de ingang click to hear The entrance is here

Obscure but confusing words (pay extra attention to the stress in these words and the spelling)
(de) achteruitgang click to hear 2 3 back exit
(de) vooruitgang click to hear 2 front exit
(de) achterruit click to hear 2 back window (car)
(de) voorruit click to hear 2 front window, windhield (car)

veruit click to hear 2 3 slow by far
veruit de beste oplossing click to hear 2 by far the best solution

(de) uitweg click to hear 2 way out (escape)
de enige uitweg is omhoog click to hear The only way out is up

weg uit click to hear 2 out of, away from
Ik wil weg uit Amsterdam click to hear 2 3 4 [I want to get out of A.] - I want to leave Amsterdam

uiterwaarden click to hear ['outer ~banks'] - the meadows between a river and the river dikes - they may flood from time to time

(de) uitwisseling click to hear exchange
wisselen click to hear to change (money, place)

uitstekend click to hear 2 3 excellent, very good

(de) uitvinder click to hear inventor
(de) uitvinding click to hear invention
plural: uitvindingen click to hear inventions

(het) uitzendbureau click to hear temp agency

(het) uiterlijk click to hear 2 appearance, look, exterior uiterlijkheden click to hear outward appearances, superficialities uiterlijk click to hear 2 at the latest, not later than Uiterlijk over twee weken click to hear Absolutely within two weeks

uiterst click to hear 2 (uiterste click to hear 2) most extreme (highest, lowest, greatest, farthest) (het) uiterste click to hear 2) (the) extreme, ultimate, utmost In het uiterste geval click to hear 2 3 4 in the worst, most extreme case Tot het uiterste gaan click to hear 2 Going to extremes (de) uiterste verkoopdatum click to hear 2 ultimate, final, last day of sale, 'best-by date' ‑>>

Sayings with 'Uit'

Uit het oog, uit het hart click to hear 2 3 4 ['out of eye, out of heart'] - 'out of sight, out of mind' De kat uit de boom kijken click to hear 2 ['looking the cat out of the tree'] - like a dog not climbing a tree after a cat, 'waiting to see how things develop, taking no action' Uit de oude doos click to hear 2 3 4 ['from the old box'] 'something old, old-fashioned' Dag in, dag uit click to hear 2 ['Day in, day out'] - Every day all day Je kunt wel zien uit welke hoek de wind waait click to hear 2 ['You can see from which corner the wind is blowing'] 'You can see where that's coming from, what's behind it' En dan komt de aap uit de mouw click to hear 2 3 4 ['And then the monkey comes out of the sleeve'] - the moment that the hidden motives come out, when it is revealed what's behind something Een sigaar uit eigen doos click to hear 2 3 ['A cigar from your own box'] - Something is presented as a gift, but it turns out you have to pay for it Ik zuig 't niet uit m'n duim click to hear 2 3 ['I'm not sucking it from my thumb'] - 'I'm not making it up' (it's true, I'm telling you what I heard, what I've seen) De kost gaat voor de baat uit click to hear 2 Cost comes before profit - first, you need to invest Hij keek z'n ogen uit click to hear 2 3 He really enjoyed seeing it (something unexpected) Dan is 't uit met de pret click to hear 2 ['(And) then it's done with the fun'] -'the fun is over' - said when things return to normal after a respite or go from normal to a much worse situation - a little stronger than 'the honeymoon is over' Samen uit, samen thuis click to hear ['Leaving together, going home together'] - 'We're in this together' Uit de losse pols click to hear ['from the loose wrist'] - off the cuff, improvising, like for instance giving a very rough estimate Ouwe koeien uit de sloot halen click to hear 2 [dredging up old cows from the ditch] pointless talk about foregone matters, flogging a dead horse 't Loopt uit de hand click to hear 2 3 'It's getting out of hand, escalating, control is lost' De stekker d'r uit trekken click to hear 2 like in English: 'to pull the plug [from it]' - to end life support and let a very sick person die, or generally to stop support for something and let it fail

From Literature

De uitkijk bij de haven stuurde een jongen het stadje in toen hij het schip aan zag komen. click to hear The harbor lookout sent a boy into town when he saw the ship approaching De schipper haalde een handvol graankorrels uit een zak van z'n jasje click to hear The skipper pulled a handful of wheat from a pocket of his coat
from a folktale

En zou myn huwelyk nu minder gelukkig wezen, dan van de mensen die zich uit liefde de tering op de hals haalden, of de haren uit het hoofd? click to hear And would my marriage be less happy than that of people who got TB or lost the hair on their head for love? ....
De held van 't stuk wordt uit het water gehaald door iemand die op 't punt staat bankroet te maken. Dan geeft hy hem zyn halve vermogen. Dat kan niet waar zyn. click to hear The hero of the piece is pulled from the water by a person about to go bankrupt; he then gives him half his fortune. That cannot be true. Toen onlangs op de Prinsengracht myn hoed te-water woei - Frits zegt: waaide - heb ik de man die hem my terugbracht een dubbeltje gegeven, en hy was tevreden. click to hear When my hat was blown - Frits says blowed - into the Prinsengracht sometime ago, I gave a dime to the man who brought it back to me, and he was content. Ik weet wel dat ik iets meer had moeten geven als hy myzelf er uit gehaald had, maar zeker myn halve vermogen niet. click to hear Of course I should have given a little more if he had picked up my person from the water, but certainly not half of my property. Multatuli

Eéns waren we 't dat we 'eruit' moesten. Waaruit, en hoe? Eigenlijk deden we niets anders dan praten, roken, drinken en boeken lezen. Bavink vrijde bovendien nog met Lien. click to hear We strongly agreed that we had to 'get out.' Out of what, and how? Actually all we did was talk, smoke, drink and read books. And Bavink was still Lien's boyfriend. Nescio

Matthew 25:30 (The Parable of The Talents)
"En wat die onbruikbare dienaar betreft, gooi hem eruit, de duisternis in! Daar zal hij huilen en knarsetanden!;" click to hear And that useless servant: throw him out into the darkness! He'll be weeping and gnashing his teeth there.

Matthew 5:37 (also in James 5:12) (condemning the swearing of oaths)
Maar Uw woord ja zij ja, neen, neen click to hear 2 3 But let your 'Yes' be 'Yes' and your 'No,' 'No'
(Let what you say be simply 'Yes' or 'No')
wat daar bijkomt is uit den boze click to hear 2 anything more than this comes from evil

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