“Disco ball hats are going out of style.” Finally, it can mean to leave a place.
“Please go out through the back door.” ‘Seeing someone’ also means seeing a romantic partner, but there are a few other meanings. “I’m seeing someone for those backaches I’ve been having.” Like ‘going out’, it can also mean hanging out with friends.
The phrases ‘going out’ and ‘seeing someone’ have similar meanings.
They both refer to a relationship that a person has with another, though they both have other meanings.
During our 4th date, we were at a bar and she mentioned the word "our relationship" which I thought it was cute, we are NOT there yet, but I did not want to say anything.
I was wondering if it is time to have a conversation and make sure we are both on the same page?
If she wants to be exclusive, I would ask her to be my girlfriend tomorrow, but I have not done that because I wanted us both to take our times and let things develop.
Just wanted to hear some opinions, feedback on this Personally, I think the one month marker is the time to decide if it's a relationship or time to cut loose.
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Some people say that ‘seeing someone’ means something very casual and ‘going out’ means a very exclusive relationship.
Others say that ‘going out’ is casual and ‘seeing someone’ is exclusive.
This is separate from being in a relationship, as it means only a single date, usually in someplace that isn’t a home.
“I’m going out with him tonight.” It can also mean to fail.
‘Going out’ can refer to going out with another person, which means dating. The first one means to just generally go to another place with friends.