shout out

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shout out (third-person singular simple present shouts out, present participle shouting out, simple past and past participle shouted out)

  1. A public greeting or acknowledgment of a person, group, or organization; props.
  2. To speak when inappropriate, particularly in a school environment.
    My teacher said I shouldn't shout out all the time.


shout out (plural shouts out)

  1. The act of giving such an acknowledgement.
  2. A section of one's web page, profile or blog containing these greetings.

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