Meanings

1.
to dry out
(If something dries out by itself, the past goes with "sein". If you dry out something (or the sun dries out something), then it goes with "haben".)
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The German prefix "aus" (and other words for "out")

Vocab:

aus, ausmachen, ausgehen, ausfallen, raus, draußen, außen, außer, äußerlich, äußern, veräußern


Word Family

Root: *dreug-

This is a Germanic root with no certain members in other Indo-European languages.
The core idea was:

dry

The only English branch of the family are words around dry and drought.

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