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ˌput ˈout adjective [not before noun]


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put out
[verb]
Synonyms:
- annoy, anger, exasperate, irk, irritate, nettle, vex
- extinguish, blow out, douse, quench
- inconvenience, bother, discomfit, discommode, impose upon, incommode, trouble
Related Idioms: put out of the way, put to it
Related Words: displease, dissatisfy, annoy, irritate
English Thesaurus: burn, be on fire, be alight, be ablaze, blaze, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. ˌput ˈout adjective [not before noun] British English
upset or offended:
She felt put out that she hadn’t been consulted.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. put out phrasal verb (see also put)

1. FIRE/CIGARETTE ETC put something ↔ out to make a fire etc stop burning Synonym : extinguish:
The rescue services are still trying to put out the fires.

2. LIGHT put something ↔ out to make a light stop working by pressing or turning a button or switch Synonym : switch off

3. MAKE AVAILABLE put something ↔ out to put things where people can find and use them:
The girls helped her to put out the cups and plates.

4. feel/be put out to feel upset or offended:
We were a little put out at not being invited to the wedding.

5. MAKE EXTRA WORK put somebody out to make extra work or cause problems for someone:
Mary can’t come to dinner tonight. She hopes it won’t put you out.

6. put yourself out to make an effort to do something that will help someone:
They had put themselves out to entertain her during her visit.

7. TAKE OUTSIDE put something ↔ out to take something outside your house and leave it there:
Remember to put the cat out before you go to bed.
put the rubbish/garbage etc out (=put unwanted things outside your house to be taken away)
put the washing out (=put clothes outside to dry)

8. put your tongue out to push your tongue out of your mouth, especially as a rude sign to someone

9. put your hand/foot/arm out to move your hand etc forward and away from your body:
He put out his hand toward her.

10. MAKE UNCONSCIOUS put somebody out to make someone unconscious before a medical operation

11. put your back out to injure your back

12. PRODUCE SOMETHING put something ↔ out to broadcast or produce something for people to read or listen to:
They put out a half-hour programme on young refugees.

13. put out feelers to try to discover information or opinions by listening to people or watching what is happening:
He had already put out feelers with local employers but they hadn’t been interested.

14. SHIP if a ship puts out, it starts to sail

15. HAVE SEX American English informal if a woman puts out, she has sex with a man

16. BASEBALL put somebody out to prevent a baseball player from running around the bases, for example by catching the ball that they have hit

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

put out
1.put (someone) out
to inconvenience/bother someone
I do not want to put my aunt out so I plan to stay in a hotel when I visit her.

2.put out (something)
to produce or make something (a product/brochure/report/CD/movie/paper)
The company puts out a newsletter every month for the employees.

The company decided to put out a newsletter for the employees.

The band will put out another record soon.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

put out something
put out (something)
to produce or make something (a product/brochure/report/CD/movie/paper)
The company puts out a newsletter every month for the employees.

The company decided to put out a newsletter for the employees.

The band will put out another record soon.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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 newspaper.
It is a small restaurant, which puts out an excellent dinner.
3. To invest or loan money.
He put out all his spare money at 4 percent or better.
4. To make angry; irritate; annoy.
It puts the teacher out to be lied to.
Father was put out when Jane spilled grape juice on his new suit.
5. informal To cause inconvenience to; bother.
He put himself out to make things pleasant for us.
Will it put you out if I borrow your pen?
Compare: GO OUT OF ONE'S WAY.
6. To retire from play in baseball.
The runner was put out at first base.
7. To go from shore; leave.
A Coast Guard boat put out through the waves.
8. vulgar, avoidable Said of women easy and ready to engage in sexual intercourse.
It is rumored that Hermione gets her promotions as fast as she does because she puts out.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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