To lose control (1990s+ Students)
You'd better get your cow out of here; this isn't free range, you know.
When she finished milking he called again, and she said: “Wait till I turn my cow out.”
It has been shown in some localities that one cow out of every twenty-five was affected with tubercular disease.
Put the cow out of your head, mother, we are very well off as we are.'
You asked me last night to let widow Leary's cow out o' pound?
A man was driving her, and when he saw us coming he did his best to get the cow out of our way.
He should have hewn a cow out of marble rather than a man who looks like G. Bernard Shaw.
The drover rode into the yard, and drove the cow out himself.
Then the peasant went off to fetch people to help drag the cow out.
The fence had been made so high, to keep the cow out, that nobody could get in.