Here it goes in context: "The boxer was fined for his words last time out." Does it mean the boxer was not allowed to box in the ring?


I think that "last time out" probably means "on his most recent appearance" and he was fined on that occasion, perhaps for being abusive. The sentence is not a model of clarity.

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