Phase You Out

to work someone or something out of use or service or out of a group gradually. We are going to have to phase you out of the job of treasurer. They phased out the unneeded workers.

phase out. v. To take something or someone out of service gradually or in stages: The company phased out the old model of vacuum cleaner, and it's hard to find any in the stores now. We will gradually phase the old schedule out to create a more efficient one. See also: out, phase.

phase out of (something) 1. To remove someone or something from some status, situation, mode, or role very gradually or in increments. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "phase" and "out of." The board of directors agreed to phase the controversial CEO out of his position.

English Language Learners Definition of phaseout.: the act of stopping something gradually over a period of time in a planned series of steps or phases. See the full definition for phaseout in the .

Noun. 1. phase-out - the act or instance of a planned discontinuation. discontinuance, discontinuation - the act of discontinuing or breaking off; an interruption (temporary or permanent) Based on WordNet , Farlex clipart collection. © Princeton University, Farlex Inc. Translations.


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  1. v. To take something or someone out of service gradually or in stages: The company phased out the old model of vacuum cleaner, and it's hard to find any in the stores now. We will gradually phase the old schedule out to create a more efficient one. The American Heritage® Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs.

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