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So friends what is the difference. A couple of days ago i was watching an Indian sitcom named Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain. In it I saw one of the main leads of the show saying it to the other person. I am sorry if the context is not clear. So please tell me which one is correct and if both are correct, what do they mean? Thanks in advance

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  • Both are possible. "From" is more idiomatic.
    – Andrew
    Feb 2, 2018 at 15:26
  • Was the context that they were Vampires?
    – aslum
    Feb 2, 2018 at 15:32
  • Yes ASLUM, the male lead is pretending to be a Vampire. Feb 2, 2018 at 15:34
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    From sounds more personal to me; out of sounds clinical.
    – Davo
    Feb 2, 2018 at 16:53
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    Possible duplicate of "took out of" or "took from"
    – Gossar
    Mar 5, 2018 at 6:22

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Both are "correct". They mean the same.

While appropriate for vampires, this isn't a common phrase for humans, but you could say

I'm going to pull the plug (out of/from) the socket.

Both are correct and mean the same.

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