Student or Learner
Would you be kind enough to tell me whether I am right with my interpretation of the expressions in bold in the following sentences?
Please put the light out when you leave the room.
put out = to make a flame or light stop burig; extiguish; turn off.
For years he had put out a weekly newspaper.
It is a small restaurant, which puts out an excellent dinner.
put out = to prepare for the public; produce; make
He put out all his spare money at 4 % or better.
put out = to invest or loan money.
It puts the teacher out to be lied to.
put out = to make angry; irritate; annoy.
He put himself out to make things pleasant for us.
Will it put you out if I borrow your pen?
put out = to cause inconvenience to
The runner was put out at first base.
put out = to retire from play in baseball
A Coast Guard boat put out through the waves.
put out = to go from shore; leave.
Thank you for your efforts.