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Synonyms for put out

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. trouble, put out, inconvenience, disoblige, discommode, incommode, bother(verb)

    to cause inconvenience or discomfort to

    "Sorry to trouble you, but..."

    Synonyms:
    put under, get at, bring out, anaesthetise, irritate, hold out, douse, retire, bother, pain, rile, disquiet, gravel, ail, perturb, anaesthetize, publish, extend, get to, trouble oneself, anesthetize, stretch out, nark, nettle, chafe, unhinge, incommode, cark, disoblige, trouble, discommode, disorder, stretch forth, annoy, upset, exsert, smother, inconvenience, inconvenience oneself, anesthetise, issue, vex, rag, release, disturb, distract, devil

  2. put out(verb)

    put out considerable effort

    "He put out the same for seven managers"

    Synonyms:
    bother, exsert, hold out, anesthetise, anaesthetize, inconvenience, anesthetize, anaesthetise, discommode, retire, release, put under, stretch out, incommode, extend, disoblige, smother, publish, trouble, douse, bring out, stretch forth, issue

  3. smother, put out(verb)

    deprive of the oxygen necessary for combustion

    "smother fires"

    Synonyms:
    discommode, muffle, surround, anesthetise, asphyxiate, anaesthetize, issue, inconvenience, anesthetize, hold out, retire, exsert, put under, repress, release, stretch out, bother, extend, incommode, disoblige, suffocate, smother, publish, stifle, trouble, douse, bring out, stretch forth, strangle, anaesthetise

  4. exsert, stretch out, put out, extend, hold out, stretch forth(verb)

    thrust or extend out

    "He held out his hand"; "point a finger"; "extend a hand"; "the bee exserted its sting"

    Synonyms:
    withstand, bother, crane, bring out, anaesthetise, widen, douse, release, run, put under, hold up, lead, continue, live, poke out, anaesthetize, publish, extend, stand firm, protract, anesthetize, stretch out, draw out, offer, cover, last, incommode, carry, disoblige, go, trouble, discommode, stretch, stretch forth, pass, resist, reach out, retire, unfold, exsert, smother, gallop, live on, expand, endure, anesthetise, issue, prolong, strain, wear, hold out, survive, inconvenience, broaden

  5. douse, put out(verb)

    put out, as of a candle or a light

    "Douse the lights"

    Synonyms:
    discommode, exsert, duck, anesthetise, bring out, issue, dowse, anaesthetize, stretch forth, inconvenience, dunk, anesthetize, extend, souse, retire, release, put under, stretch out, bother, sop, soak, disoblige, incommode, smother, publish, drench, trouble, douse, hold out, plunge, dip, anaesthetise

  6. put out(verb)

    be sexually active

    "She is supposed to put out"

    Synonyms:
    bother, exsert, hold out, anesthetise, anaesthetize, inconvenience, anesthetize, anaesthetise, discommode, retire, release, put under, stretch out, incommode, extend, disoblige, smother, publish, trouble, douse, bring out, stretch forth, issue

  7. put out, retire(verb)

    cause to be out on a fielding play

    Synonyms:
    bother, crawl in, bring out, anaesthetise, draw back, hold out, douse, release, put under, go to sleep, turn in, retreat, strike out, anaesthetize, publish, extend, anesthetize, stretch out, pull away, hit the sack, incommode, retire, disoblige, trouble, discommode, stretch forth, recede, bed, sack out, move back, exsert, smother, hit the hay, anesthetise, issue, go to bed, adjourn, withdraw, pull back, kip down, inconvenience

  8. put out(verb)

    retire

    "he was put out at third base on a long throw from left field"

    Synonyms:
    bother, exsert, hold out, anesthetise, anaesthetize, inconvenience, anesthetize, anaesthetise, discommode, retire, release, put under, stretch out, incommode, extend, disoblige, smother, publish, trouble, douse, bring out, stretch forth, issue

  9. publish, bring out, put out, issue, release(verb)

    prepare and issue for public distribution or sale

    "publish a magazine or newspaper"

    Synonyms:
    unblock, supply, turn, let go, unloose, put under, let on, bring out, unwrap, reveal, disclose, inconvenience, release, expose, bother, bring on, write out, give up, go forth, unveil, cut, relinquish, liberate, anaesthetize, expel, publish, extend, anesthetize, stretch out, loose, unloosen, give away, get out, break, let go of, incommode, egress, retire, disoblige, trouble, set off, douse, discommode, stretch forth, divulge, make out, write, produce, anaesthetise, resign, exhaust, exsert, smother, emerge, eject, discharge, anesthetise, issue, free, print, uncover, secrete, hold out, come out, come forth, discover, unfreeze, introduce, let out

  10. anesthetize, anaesthetize, anesthetise, anaesthetise, put under, put out(verb)

    administer an anesthetic drug to

    "The patient must be anesthetized before the operation"; "anesthetize the gum before extracting the teeth"

    Synonyms:
    discommode, exsert, hold out, anaesthetize, inconvenience, anesthetize, anaesthetise, retire, bother, release, put under, stretch out, anesthetise, incommode, extend, disoblige, smother, publish, trouble, douse, bring out, stretch forth, issue

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. put out

    Synonyms:
    cool, extinguish, smother, stifle, subdue

    Antonyms:
    blaze, brand, burn, cauterize, char, consume, cremate, flame, flash, ignite, incinerate, kindle, scorch, set fire to, set on fire, singe

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. put out

    Synonyms:
    eject, expel, banish

  2. put out

    Synonyms:
    extend, protrude, hold out, stretch forth

  3. put out

    Synonyms:
    emit, send out, throw out, shoot out

  4. put out

    Synonyms:
    extinguish

  5. put out

    Synonyms:
    publish, issue

  6. put out

    Synonyms:
    dislocate, luxate

  7. put out

    Synonyms:
    confuse, disconcert, interrupt

  8. put out

    Synonyms:
    offend, displease, anger, provoke

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. put out

    Synonyms:
    eject, oust, remove, evict, dispossess, dislodge, extend, protrude, extinguish, issue, publish, dislocate, displease, offend, anger

How to pronounce put out?

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How to say put out in sign language?

  1. putout

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How to use put out in a sentence?

  1. Li Yuhan:

    I said 'this is all nonsense', the authorities put out the video of her saying that: 'You all are thugs.' Why not release the full video? And even if what she said was extreme, is that considered a crime?

  2. Jim Jordan:

    Don’t pick someone from the swamp, let that individual put out a team and get answers to these questions that we all want to know [the answers to].

  3. Eric Hirschhorn:

    If the company is not able to resolve it, they may very well be put out of business by this. Many banks and companies even outside the U.S. are not going to want to deal with them.

  4. The EO:

    To everyone who has left New York over the last few days, because of the rate of the number of cases, you may have been exposed before you left New York and I think like Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has put out today, everybody who was in New York should be self-quarantining for the next 14 days to ensure that the virus doesn't spread to others, no matter where they have gone whether it's Florida or North Carolina or out to the far reaches of Long Island.

  5. State John Kerry:

    I raised it immediately with the Iranians. It was not put out by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the government directly, it was put out, I think, by the military over there, the (Revolutionary Guard), who is opposed to what we are doing.

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Translations for put out

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  • أنتجArabic
  • eliminació, apagarCatalan, Valencian
  • slukkeDanish
  • produzieren, ranlassen, herstellen, rausbringen, löschen, raussetzen, rauswerfenGerman
  • σβήνωGreek
  • eligi, konsenti, forigi, misfleksi, produkti, estingiEsperanto
  • sacar, extinguirSpanish
  • tuottaa, vahingoittaa, sammuttaa, antaa, laittaa ulosFinnish
  • produire, éteindre, vexéFrench
  • spegnere, estinguereItalian
  • 生産, 消すJapanese
  • ontzet, uitwerpen, produceren, blussen, toegeven, kwetsen, verontwaardigd, uitdoen, blesseren, doven, buitenzettenDutch
  • lage, produsere, slokke, satt ut, slukke, sette ut, slippe utNorwegian
  • esténher, esténger, astudarOccitan
  • dawać, wygaszać, daćPolish
  • extinguir, apagarPortuguese
  • stizar, stüder, stüzzer, stidarRomansh
  • stingeRomanian
  • выкладывать, произвести, тушить, погасить, потушить, давать, гасить, выложить, дать, вывихивать, производить, вывихнутьRussian
  • studaiSardinian
  • బయట పెట్టుTelugu
  • vermekTurkish

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