Complete the sentences using a verb + out.
The company is *** a new computer system at the moment.
The company is trying out a new computer system at the moment.
Steve is very fit. He does a lot of sport and works out regularly.
The road will be closed for two days next week while building work is carried out.
We didn’t manage to discuss everything at the meeting. We ran out of time.
You have to sort out the problem yourself. I can’t do it for you. (*work out* is also possible but don’t use it)
I don’t know what happened exactly. I need to find out.
The new drug will be tried out on a small group of patients.
I thought the two books were the same until a friend of mine pointed out the difference.
They got married a few years ago, but it didn’t work out and they separated.
There was a power cut and all the lights went out.
We thought she was American at first, but she turned out to be Swedish.
Sometimes it works out cheaper to eat in a restaurant than to cook at home. (*turns out* is also possible but don’t use it)
I haven’t applied for the job yet. I want to find out more about the company first.
It took the fire brigade two hours to put out the fire