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  • 1 put out — [v1] upset, irritate; inconvenience aggravate, anger, annoy, bother, burn, confound, discomfit, discommode, discompose, disconcert, discountenance, disoblige, displease, dissatisfy, disturb, embarrass, exasperate, gall, get*, grate, harass,… …

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  • 2 put out — adj [not before noun] BrE upset or offended ▪ She felt put out that she hadn t been consulted …

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  • 3 put out — adjective never before noun annoyed, offended, or upset by something that someone has said or done: She was feeling extremely put out by his rudeness …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 4 put|out — «PUT OWT», noun. the act of putting a player out in baseball or cricket: »Mantle made all three putouts in his lone inning at short (New York Times) …

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  • 5 put out — ► put out 1) inconvenience, upset, or annoy. 2) dislocate (a joint). Main Entry: ↑put …

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  • 6 put-out — put′ out n. spo an instance of putting out a batter or base runner in a baseball game • Etymology: 1880–85, amer …

    From formal English to slang

  • 7 put out — index depose (remove), disadvantage, disappointed, discompose, dislodge, disoblige, displace (remove …

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  • 8 put out — phrasal verb I UK / US adjective [never before noun] annoyed, offended, or upset by something that someone has said or done She was feeling extremely put out by his rudeness. II Word forms put out : present tense I/you/we/they put out he/she/it… …

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  • 9 put out — I ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ If you feel put out, you feel rather annoyed or upset. I did not blame him for feeling put out... He was plainly very put out at finding her there. Syn: annoyed II 1) PHRASAL VERB If you put out an announcement or story,… …

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  • 10 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… …

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  • 11 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… …

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  • 12 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… …

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  • 13 put out — verb 1. to cause inconvenience or discomfort to (Freq. 2) Sorry to trouble you, but... • Syn: ↑trouble, ↑inconvenience, ↑disoblige, ↑discommode, ↑incommode, ↑bother …

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  • 14 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 * * * [ 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… …

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  • 15 put out — 1) Maria was put out by the slur Syn: annoy, anger, irritate, offend, affront, displease, irk, vex, pique, nettle, gall, upset; informal rile, miff, peeve 2) I don t want to put you out …

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  • 16 put out — verb Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. extinguish < put the fire out > 2. exert, use < put out considerable effort > 3. publish, issue 4. to produce for sale …

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  • 17 put-out — /poot owt /, n. Baseball. an instance of putting out a batter or base runner. [1880 85, Amer.; n. use of v. phrase put out] * * * put out, n. and ppl. a. see put , put ppl. a …

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  • 18 put out — 1. noun The statistic of the number of outs a defensive player directly caused. Jones recorded 15 put outs in the first half of the season. 2. adjective Taking offense; indignant. He was put out at the mere suggestion of misconduct. 3 …

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  • 19 put out — 1) make a flame or light stop burning, extinguish The man put out his cigarette on the theater carpet. 2) produce, make The company decided to put out a newsletter to give news to the employees. 3) (smb) inconvenience, bother She shouldn t put… …

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  • 20 put out — /ˌpυt aυt/ verb to send something out for other people to work on ● We are planning to put out most of the work to freelancers. ♦ to put work out to contract to decide that work should be done by a company on a contract, rather than employ… …

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