Phrasal Verb: Put out

Phrasal Verb: Put out


Meaning: Broadcast

Example: Several charities PUT OUT an appeal on TV for money for the victims of the flooding in Mozambique.

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Phrasal Verb: Put out


Meaning: Disturb or trouble someone

Example: Would it be PUTTING you OUT greatly if I asked to change to another day.

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Phrasal Verb: Put out


Meaning: Extinguish a cigarette, fire, etc.

Example: He PUT OUT his cigarette before entering the building.

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