As in above comment could this be used both for being 'out cold/out for the count/knocked out', and also 'out of the closet' ??
Please check the sound on the word " ude ". It seems somewhat distorted.
i don´t know exactly what that means.
One sense is that someone isn't home, or in their office, or at work, or wherever you might expect to find them. If they aren't there, they are out.
I'm guessing it could also mean to check if someone is conscious, e.g after a fight.
Thank you ScottHutch
thanks for the answer
Is this used as a colloquialism in Denmark?
I thought ude could mean out or outside?