put outphrasal verb

  • ja〔明かり・火を〕消す
  • ento extinguish something on fire

Examples

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I'm still here.
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Can someone still help me, please?
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No one put out the flames below me.
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14:06 / --:--
1.
- What is this? - I'm smoking.
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I'm smoking.
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- I'm smoking. - Oh, I can't believe you.
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You've been so good for 3 years.
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And this is my reward.
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Hold on a second, alright?
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Just think about what you went through the last time you quit.
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- Okay, so this time, I won't quit. - No, put it out.
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Alright, I'm putting it out.
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I'm putting it out.
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Oh, no!
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I can't drink this now.
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0:00 / --:--
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We have to go and put out that fire.
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Left!
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There we are. Stop the car!
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Pshh!
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1:27 / --:--
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Hey, what's going on?
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Why is the FDNY in our cop bar?
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We needed a new place since our bar, O'Brien's, burned down.
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You couldn't put that out?
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They probably started it.
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Most arsonists turn out to be firefighters.
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That's not true, though it is very common, and definitely what happened in this case.
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1:03 / --:--
1.
She made her way to the temple,
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and upon encountering Fa Hai, the monk threw his prayer mat,
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which erupted into fire and smoke.
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Weakened from her pregnancy,
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Bai Su Zhen desperately summoned a fleet of shrimp soldiers and crab generals to subdue the monk,
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and waves to put out the blaze.
5:16 / --:--
1.
"Why didn't the gasoline work in the house?"
2.
This is when Luke comes in at the end and lights it.
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"Was it the ghost protecting the house or something greater?"
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That is actually, specifically Olivia.
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So he comes to find his mom in a lot of ways.
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And she puts out the fire because he's finally home.
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For her, it's the happiest moment of her life.
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And then at the end of one of my runs,
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I looked over and couldn't believe my eyes.
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There was a 350Z on fire!
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So I shot over there as fast as I could,
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parked my car far enough away so I wouldn't block any emergency vehicles,
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grabbed my fire extinguisher,
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and sprinted to help fight the fire.
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Everyone was so fast to the scene that I just waited out of the way,
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but ready just in case they needed me.
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Luckily, the driver escaped and wasn't hurt.
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And the car was damaged,
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but the fire was put out soon enough that it was repairable to drift another day.
2:06 / --:--
1.
- Water drop. - Yeah, water drop is when ⁠—
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It's a large area, and you'll have a plane or some overhead vehicle, kind of.
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They'll drop a slushie, which is a mixture of material that will help you put out the fire.
2:01 / --:--
1.
When I'm drunk, I like to eat?
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Taco Bell.
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Taco Bell.
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Owned by PepsiCo.
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Well, Ellen, I just answered all of your burning questions.
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Now, I'm gonna get some ointment to put out that fire.

Other meanings for put out...

put outphrasal verb

  • ja出版する、本を出す、発行する
  • ento publish or broadcast something
8:35 / --:--
1.
What — Did you talk to Kelly?
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Yes. She said she didn't do it, then 45 minutes later, the conversation ended.
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I talked to Creed, and he said he didn't do it.
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And then he tried to sell me dietary supplements.
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Okay, enough of this investigation stuff.
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We just have to put out a memo to the office.
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And ask that someone come forward anonymously.
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Fine. I'll write it.
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2:00 / --:--
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Obviously, people are consuming music in a whole different way.
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But I'm just having fun and happy to put out videos.
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- I made a video that is kind of a combination of 'Best in Show' and 'Troop Beverly Hills'... - Right.
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- for this song. - For your dog, Nugget, is in the video.
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- Correct. - Yes.
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My little micro teacup poodle.
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She is adorable.
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0:04 / --:--
1.
You have been trending on Twitter this week.
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I don't know if the people saw this.
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This is what happened on Twitter.
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Disney, I think, put out like a casting call or a press release, saying,
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they were looking for actresses to be cast in a thing.
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And they said they were looking for an "Alison Brie type" to play She-Hulk in the Marvel 'She-Hulk.'
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And then, everyone was just going, "Well, why don't you just ask Alison Brie?"
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1:18 / --:--
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It was one of the fastest songs that I'd written, and had just kind of come out.
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And it was the first song I wrote for the album, and I'm still not really sick of it.
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I still listen to it and like it.
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And we're putting out a remix of it with Beyonce.
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It's just come out.
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Oh really?
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Wow.
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Which is exciting.
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Without Ryan and his crew, the videos would look like this, and be lit like this, and sound like this.
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But this isn't all the Smosh family, there's also Smosh Games but, I'm pretty sure you already know who these losers are.
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Um, it's pronounced "gamers".
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Seriously Joven...
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These are the writers, who helped me write the videos we put out each and every week.
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Say hi, writers.
10:50 / --:--
1.
And so, Callender puts out a piece of information so damning nobody could survive it.
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"Hey, guess what?
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Jefferson's not as cool as you think.
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He is having an affair with Sally Hemings.
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Who's Sally Hemings? Oh, just his slave."
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Everyone is like, "What? Are you kidding me?"
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1.
I also think this is really cool.
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You put out a magazine, free of charge.
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Best kind.
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Just wasting money so that people can have a magazine.