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It took firefighters three hours to put the blaze out.
Please put that cigarette out.
Tara put the light out and went to sleep.
I put out food for the birds in cold weather.
It would be lovely to stay with you, but I don’t want to put you out.
I don’t see why I should put myself out for him.
She really put herself out to get everything ready for us.
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.
Most of the stuff they put out isn’t worth watching.
a company that has put out several new titles this year
He was put out in the first round at Wimbledon.
If you get one figure wrong it puts the whole calculation out.
She put her hand out to stop herself from falling.
Can you put the word out that the meeting has been cancelled.