Definition of Take out of context

1. Verb. (idiomatic transitive) To report (something) without taking into account the context in which it occurred. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Take Out Of Context

take one's breath away
take one's chance
take one's chances
take one's eye off the ball
take one's hat off to
take one's leave
take one's lumps
take one's own life
take one's pick
take one's time
take one for the team
take or pay
take orders
take out
take out of context (current term)
take out the stops
take out the trash
take over
take pains
take part
take place
take point
take pride
take refuge
take responsibility
take revenge
take root
take shape
take sick

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