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- (intransitive) to step out of somewhere (-ból/-ből) to another place (-ba/-be, -ra/-re)
- Kiléptek a házból a teraszra. ― They stepped out of the house onto the deck.
- Kiléptem a folyosóra. ― I went out into the corridor.
- Kiléptünk a holdfénybe. ― We stepped out into the moonlight.
- (intransitive) to step out of (to lift one leg out of clothing, shoes) (-ból/-ből)
- Kilépett a cipőjéből. ― She stepped out of her shoes.
- (intransitive) to step out of (line) (to move out of a line of people)
- (intransitive) to step out (to walk quicker by increasing the length, but not the rapidity, of the step)
- (intransitive, sports) to step out of bounds
- (intransitive) to exit, to discharge, to resign, to quit (to leave an organization voluntarily)
- (intransitive) to grow out of a certain age
- Kilépett a gyermekkorból. ― He grew out of childhood.
- (intransitive, literary, of river) to overflow, to leave (its banks)
- A folyó kilépett a medréből. ― The river overflowed its banks.
- (transitive) to measure the length of something by walking through it and counting the steps
- Kilépte a pálya hosszát. ― He measured the length of the field by counting his steps.
conjugation of kilép