to go out
to come out
to go beyond
to put forth
(a measure word for dramas, plays, or operas)
The hunter watched for the hare to come out of the burrow.
All the boys in the class want to go out with the pretty girl.
I don’t like to go out during the rush hour.
If the sun were to rise in the west, he would pass the exam.
I slaved away all day over a hot stove to produce this meal, and now they’ve hardly eaten any of it.
The cat remained motionless, waiting for the mouse to come out of its hole.
He couldn’t pluck up enough courage to ask her to go out with him.
I don’t want to go out in this gusty day.