Definitions for out of context
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word out of context
out of context(Adverb)
Without context that may be needed for understanding the original meaning.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
They are taking that stuff out of context. It's smear politics.
The Internet and blogs took his words out of context, when Wayne was speaking about the partnership with Jay Z, he was speaking about his new deal as an artist owner with Tidal.
You can take it out of context all you want, but high sustained growth means people work 40 hours rather than 30 hours and that by our success they have disposable income for their families to decide how they want to spend it rather than standing in line and being dependent upon government.
But I think it is fair to say that the United States is mindful of the need to not negotiate in public and ensure that information that's discussed in the negotiating table is not taken out of context and publicized in a way that distorts the negotiating position of the United States and our allies.
We want to acknowledge that hearing laboratory conversations about research out of context can be jarring, especially when the conversation is being manipulated for the purpose of attacking women's health care, nevertheless, this coordinated attack on women's health will not deter us from providing essential reproductive health care and from advancing important medical research.
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- bağlam dışındaTurkish
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