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|present participle||putting out|
|past tense||put out|
|past participle||put out|
It would be lovely to stay with you, but I don't want to put you out.
We usually put the cat out at night.
Police have put out a warning about an escaped prisoner.
The band put out a statement denying rumours of a split.
This is the British English definition of put out. View American English definition of put out.
to kill someone in a violent way