bust\ out

1. To retrieve something that you have. 2. To apply something (skills, etc). 3. To play music.

1. I need to bust out the Windows 98 CD. (but NEVER, e.g., I need to go to the store and bust out some milk) 2. I shall bust out my mad HTML skillz. 3. Let me bust out the new Rage CD.

Dictionary of american slang with examples. .

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  • bust out — intransitive verb : to fail to attain in a school or training program the minimum grades required for continuing : flunk out transitive verb 1. dialect : to plough out 2. : to drop (as from a school or training program) usually because of failure …   Useful english dictionary

  • bust out — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms bust out : present tense I/you/we/they bust out he/she/it busts out present participle busting out past tense bust out or busted out past participle bust out or busted out informal to escape from prison …   English dictionary

  • Bust Out — Infobox Television episode | Title = Bust Out| Series = The Sopranos Season = 2 Episode = 23 Guests= see below Airdate = March 19, 2000 Production = 210 Writer = Frank Renzulli, Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess Director = John Patterson Episode… …   Wikipedia

  • bust out — verb a) to escape (from); break out bust out of prison b) to free from captivity They tried to bust the prisoner out, but were thwarted by the police …   Wiktionary

  • bust out — I v To escape. His mother and three of her buddies busted out of prison but was caught 3 days later. 1930s II v To leave. Let s bust out of here and shoot some hoops. 1950s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • bust out — escape, get away, break out    Hey, man. I can bust out of here if you have a rope …   English idioms

  • bust out — (G) they burst out laughing …   Combinatory dictionary

  • bust out — vb to express oneself, especially forcefully and/or publicly. The term, which can also be used transitively to mean show off, is fashionable in hip hop and rap culture. ► Sometimes I act Individually and buss out with my own lines… …   Contemporary slang

  • bust-out man — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun : one skilled at switching crooked dice in and out of a game …   Useful english dictionary

  • bust out phrasal — verb (I) informal to escape from a place, especially prison …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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