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carry out to do; to work on until finished. [3 definitions]
carry-out of food prepared in a commercial establishment, ready to eat but to be taken off the premises; take-out. [2 definitions]
check out to pay for items in a supermarket or other large store, often by waiting in one of the lines. [5 definitions]
checkout the place where one pays for items at a supermarket or other large store.
chew out to scold (informal).
chicken out (informal) to not do something that one had planned to do, because of getting too scared.
chill out (informal) to become calmer; stop being tense or emotional. [2 definitions]
churn out to produce or manufacture rapidly or in large quantity.
clean out (informal) to rid (someone) of money. [2 definitions]
clear out to remove persons or things from. [2 definitions]
come out to be revealed or made known. [5 definitions]
come out in the wash to turn out in a satisfactory way.
cop out (informal) to avoid facing a responsibility or fulfilling a promise, esp. in a cowardly way.
cop-out (informal) an instance or act of evading responsibility or not fulfilling a promise.
crank out to make in great numbers in a mechanical way.
crap out to make a losing throw, such as two, three, or twelve, in craps.
cross out to remove something by drawing a line through it.
cut it out (informal) to stop some behavior that is annoying or hurting another person.
cut out to cut and remove (something) with a sharp tool. [4 definitions]
cut out for having a suitable character, personality, or natural aptitude for something.