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Phrase.
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Definition

Every student's strength.
If the questions from a test are not from the announced part of the lesson or text-book

Usage

Deepa: Mam,This question is out of portion.how can we write??
Maam: ok ma,I will change the koschin.bring your book.
deepa: HAIYYA
Added 2012-11-02 by othadei

Root

English

Region

All India

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Tuitions
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Noun.
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Definition

One-hundred percent.

Usage

Lecky chap, I say. In Maths, he got out-of-out.
Added 2012-02-25 by wordsmith

Root

English

Region

Bangalore

Related Terms

cent percent, centum
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Definition

Out of coverage area.

Also, out of town.

Usage

"Why dont you pick up your phone!?"

"I was out of! I dont think so ke you should use that tone with me."

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"Havent seen for so many days?"

"I was out of, na..."

Added 2012-02-13 by GoodCumbany

Root

English

Region

Mumbai
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Noun. June 6, 2013, Word of the Day
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Definition

An outpatient is someone who goes to a hospital for medical care that does not require an overnight stay. it is used in many newspaper reports and articles.

Usage

The Hindu newspaper, Madurai

Twenty competitors were injured, three of them seriously, in the popular ‘Jallikattu’ (taming the bull) event held at nearby Palamedu as part of Pongal harvest festival. The participants were injured when they tried to tame the charging bulls by clinging on to their backs, police said, adding all the injured were treated as outpatients.

Added 2012-02-03 by porkipaya

Root

English

Region

All India

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Doctor-shop, Hostel
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In a gated apartment complex, a car (or cars) that does not belong to any of the current residents.

As in any crowded city, parking space is limited and societies or colonies designate a fixed number of spaces for residents. Any visitor must resort to looking for parking outside the gated area, usually on the main road or any number of avenues that criss-cross the locality.

The phrase is usually seen in signage as your enter the complex. The watchman is usually quick to warn you off, unless you wish to take an aggressive stance.

Usage

"Outside cars not allowed" - Anand Co-operative Society
Added 2011-11-09 by GoodCumbany

Root

English

Region

All India

Categories

Transportation

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Outside Food
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Phrase.
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Definition

Food that has been prepared not at your current location, but elsewhere.

Usually seen in signage in all sorts of eating establishments.

In a restaurant, the management expects you to partake (and pay for) the food prepared by them exclusively. In the event that you might want to consume food that you have brought from home or elsewhere, the employees at the restaurant are prone to raise their eyebrows.

An unhappy conversation may follow, during which you'd be asked by the waiter to stop eating 'outside food'. If you wish to be stubborn about it, a brawl might ensue.

Usage

"Outside food not allowed." - Management.

Waiter: Sir. Outside food not allowed, sir.

Added 2011-11-09 by GoodCumbany

Root

English

Region

All India

Categories

Food and Drink

Terms referencing this

Outside Cars
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Phrase.
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Definition

Indignant exclamation employed by students across the country when faced with tough question in an exam.

Also employable as excuse when underprepared and at risk of receiving a thrashing from parents when they see report card.

Usage

Amma: Dei, how was maths exam?
Payyan: 30 marks out of syllabus, amma! But I answered all questions, did not leave anything.
Amma: Appada, at least they will give marks for attempting.
Added 2011-10-18 by HilariousGlory

Root

English

Region

All India

Categories

School and College

Related Terms

SSLC failed, mugpot
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Phrase.
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Definition

Full-blown, total, fulltoo, full-on.

Usage

"She's an out-and-out Mallu. Puts coconut in everything!"

"Its an out-and-out comedy circus every morning. Papa hates him. Mummy loves him."

Added 2011-09-25 by GoodCumbany
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Definition

Term used by the very jokey peoples to describe the student who is very frequently kicked out of the class by teachers as punishment - usually the perpetual late comer, class clown or jest lacy buggers who constantly "forget" to submit their assignments.

Usage

Ansy (Tintumon's Andy) to Tintumon: Monay, hau ees school? If you are yenything like your brother Finumon, you muz be getting full marks for evvvrything, eh?

Tintumon's father: No Ansy, infact, he is quite the opposite. Tintumon is very much an outstanding student. HAHAHAHAHAHA!! (very proud of his jokeyness)

Tintumon bleshing; Ansy bleshing even more, managing to laugh politely...

Added 2011-09-04 by puttu-kutty
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Phrase.
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Definition

A common term used in Indian press to describe a sexual crime or attempted crime, usually by a man towards a woman.

Usage

Newspaper story:
"Police arrested a film producer who allegedly outraged the modesty of an aspiring actress who approached him for a role in an upcoming film. The producer was later lodged in Chanchalgudda jail where he has gone on hunger strike."
Added 2011-08-18 by Impolitika
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Phrase.
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Definition

refers to a period (pun unintended) when a woman is menstruating

Usage

a: How come your missus hasn't come?
b: She is out of doors
Added 2011-07-24 by apeechiko

Root

English

Region

Tamilnadu

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Chums
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Adverb.
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Definition

To go to an event striaght from work without going home to freshen up

Usage

I am going out and out for the party
Added 2011-07-04 by Christine
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Noun. April 5, 2013, Word of the Day
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Definition

To be out of town.

Usage

Last weekend I was "out of station" so I could not attend your wedding.
Added 2011-06-30 by Annaguru

Root

English

Region

All India

Related Terms

Hill station

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thana