How to Conjugate Stay Out
- Infinitive: Stay Out
- Present Tense: Stay Out/ Stays Out
- -ing Form: Staying Out
- Past Tense: Stayed Out
- Past Participle: Stayed Out
Definitions of Stay Out:
1. To spend time out of your own home.
Examples: We are not allowed to stay out late.
The party was a lot of fun, so we decided to stay out longer.
2. To not go inside a place.
Examples: I’m staying out of that house because I heard it’s haunted.
Please stay out of my yard.
3. To not get involved in a situation.
Examples: Be good and stay out of trouble.
It is hard to stay out of domestic abuse situations, but in many cases it’s best.
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