heraus

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German herūz, herūʒ, harūz, from Old High German heraūz (out of here; forth), equivalent to her- (here; from here, prefix implying movement) +‎ aus (out). Compare German daraus.

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heraus

  1. out of (in the direction of the speaker)

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