put out


put out
v.

1) (D; refl.) ('to disturb') to put oneself out for (don't put yourself out for us)

2) (misc.) to put out to sea

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['pʊt'aʊt]
(misc.) to put out to sea
(D; refl.) ('to disturb') to put out oneself out for (don't put out yourself out for us)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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  • put out — {v.} 1. To make a flame or light stop burning; extinguish; turn off. * /Please put the light out when you leave the room./ * /The firemen put out the blaze./ 2. To prepare for the public; produce; make. * /For years he had put out a weekly… …   Dictionary of American idioms


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