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British pronunciation/ˈaʊt and ˈaʊt/
American pronunciation/ˈaʊt ænd ˈaʊt/
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in a complete and total way

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out and out definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "out and out" and when to use it?

The idiom "out and out" is of English origin and has been in use for centuries. It is formed by repeating the word "out" to emphasize the completeness or thoroughness of something. The repetition of "out" underscores the idea of something being done to its fullest extent. This idiomatic phrase is used to describe something that is complete, thorough, or extreme in a particular way, often to emphasize a specific quality or characteristic.

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She's an out and out professional, always delivering high-quality work.
The concert was an out and out success, with the audience cheering for an encore.
He was induced to part out and out with all the money.
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