Take Out On
How to Conjugate Take Out On
- Infinitive: Take Out On
- Present Tense: Take Out On/Takes Out On
- -ing Form: Taking Out On
- Past Tense: Took Out On
- Past Participle: Taken Out On
Definitions of Take Out On:
1. To direct your anger towards someone or something when you’re really upset about someone or something else.
Examples: Sharon got upset because she missed the bus and took it out on her brother.
Don’t take your frustrations out on me!
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