out to

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out to

  1. intending to (do a specified action)
    Jack is out to get you. You'd better hide.
    The boy who saved a stranger wasn't out to make headlines: he was just being a Good Samaritan.
    This company doesn't care about consumers, it's just out to make a profit.

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