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((he)raus verb)


to actually take out something from somewhere
Opposite (closest): reinnehmen
to allow yourself some freedom (that others don’t quite agree with)
("sich etwas rausnehmen" This is quite common in German.)

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Prefix Verbs Explained - "die Ausnahme"

We all know, German is full of exceptions. Today, we'll look the German word for it and learn about the prefix verb it comes from.


die Ausnahme, ausnehmen, rausnehmen, ausnahmsweise, ausgenommen

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