talk out of

talk out of  {v.}
1. To persuade not to; make agree or decide not to. — Used with a verbal noun.
Mary's mother talked her out of quitting school.
Contrast: TALK INTO.
2. To allow to go or get out by talking; let escape by talking.
Johnny is good at talking his way out of trouble.
Contrast: TALK INTO.
Categories: verb

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