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To remove or place something outside
“Back home, she put out the trash, fully expecting to bring it in again the next day when garbagemen failed to show up for the fourth time in a row.”
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To extinguish a flame or fire
“Faneuff gives all the credit for saving the home to the firefighters who put out the blaze.”
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To disseminate or put into circulation
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“Not till about 3 o'clock did reporters pull enough facts together to put out the news that an assassination had been attempted.”
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To exert or put to use
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“He would still put out his best effort to bring the perpetrator to justice.”
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To cause someone inconvenience
“I don't want you to put yourself out for us, one bit. We are the last persons in the world to deserve any consideration from you.”
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To irritate or upset someone
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“I don't mean to put you out, but it's best if Jimmy and I stay here tonight. You never know if that scoundrel will come back.”
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To expel or send away, especially permanently
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Forcibly put an end to
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To cause pain or injury to
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To hold (something) out towards someone
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To have thrown into a state of distress marked by confusion
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To broadcast through media
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To slightly sprain or strain the neck, back, ankle etc.
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To knock unconscious
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To put a body part, such as a bone or joint, out of its usual place
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To defeat
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To make or produce
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To tranquilize by giving a sedative
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To prohibit or interdict the participation or inclusion of
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To transfer the possession of something to someone
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To hand over or expend as payment
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To bring or transport something to its destination
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To remove or take away from
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To begin a voyage, especially on water
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To turn or switch off
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To physically and visibly hold, carry or brandish
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To produce a state of hypnosis in (someone)
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To have on offer, or available, as a resource
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To emit or give off
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(of a material) To stretch or open out
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To arrange or set in some sort of order
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Adjective
Irritated or aggravated by something unwanted or disliked
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“He chose not to take the advantages I offered him, and I don't deny feeling put out by it.”
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No longer alight or in existence
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Feeling angry, distressed or unhappy
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