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rausfahren

1.
to drive out(ward)
(Works for leaving the garage, but also for going into nature by car or going out on the water with a boat. NOT for chasing someone out.)
2.
to extend
(For landing gear of a plane or the sun-blinds of a restaurant. No real difference to "ausfahren" here, except that it sounds more colloquial. Spoken past is built with "haben".)
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