- talk someone out of doing/something＝「〜に…しないよう説得する、〜に…をあきらめさせる（to persuade someone not to do something／to convince someone to give up or change something）」という句動詞を知らなかった。
- ここでは受け身になってるので、元の能動文は My sister talked me out of buying a big car.となる。
- Can't you talk them out of selling the house?
- She tried to talk me out of getting a divorce.
- They were trying to talk me out of my decision.
- Timmy tried to talk Mary out of her ice cream cone.
- She had to talk him out of quitting his job.
- I wish I'd known she was taking the drug, I would have tried to talk her out of it.
- ちなみに反意語のtalk someone into doing/somethingは知ってる表現（to persuade someone to do something）(06/8/1)だっただけに、どうしてout of がその反意語だと気付かなかったのかと思う。先生に言及されてハッとした。
- My husband talked me into going skiing.
- They talked me into going to the meeting, even though I didn't really have the time.
- No one can talk me into doing something illegal.
- She finally talked herself into making the dive.
- It was pretty hard to talk the kids into going to the dance, but they did go and had a great time.
- She talked the boss into buying new computers by saying we could work faster with them.