Don't throw trash out of the window.

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Don't throw trash out the window. VS. Don't throw trash out of the window.

 

Out and out of are interchangeable there or in any case for the same meaning?


Someone says that the two meanings are the same, but I still do not understand it because out of means from and then, Don't throw trash out of the window means Don't throw trash from the window. And the latter does not make sense, does it?

 

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asked Feb 19 '13 at 14:43 Hans Contributor

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