put out

Primary Meanings of put out

1.
v
thrust or extend out
2.
v
put out considerable effort
3.
v
deprive of the oxygen necessary for combustion
4.
v
retire
5.
v
prepare and issue for public distribution or sale
Full Definitions of put out
1

v thrust or extend out

Synonyms:
exsert, extend, hold out, stretch forth, stretch out
Types:
hyperextend
extend a joint beyond its normal range
Type of:
gesticulate, gesture, motion
show, express or direct through movement
2

v put out considerable effort

“He put out the same for seven managers”
Type of:
create, make, produce
create or manufacture a man-made product

v be sexually active

“She is supposed to put out
Type of:
be
have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun)
3

v deprive of the oxygen necessary for combustion

Synonyms:
smother
Type of:
extinguish, snuff out
put an end to; kill

v put out, as of a candle or a light

Synonyms:
douse
Type of:
blow out, extinguish, quench, snuff out
put out, as of fires, flames, or lights

v administer an anesthetic drug to

Synonyms:
anaesthetise, anaesthetize, anesthetise, anesthetize, put under
Antonyms:
bring around, bring back, bring round, bring to
return to consciousness
Types:
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etherise, etherize
anesthetize with ether
chloroform
anesthetize with chloroform
freeze
anesthetize by cold
block
interrupt the normal function of by means of anesthesia
Type of:
dose, drug
administer a drug to
4

v retire

“he was put out at third base on a long throw from left field”
Type of:
play
participate in games or sport

v cause to be out on a fielding play

Synonyms:
retire
Type of:
diddle, fiddle, play, toy
manipulate manually or in one's mind or imagination
5

v prepare and issue for public distribution or sale

Synonyms:
bring out, issue, publish, release
Types:
edit
supervise the publication of
Type of:
air, bare, publicise, publicize
make public

v to cause inconvenience or discomfort to

Synonyms:
bother, discommode, disoblige, incommode, inconvenience, trouble
Types:
distress, straiten
bring into difficulties or distress, especially financial hardship
Type of:
affect, bear on, bear upon, impact, touch, touch on
have an effect upon

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