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  • Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Verb Phrase 166. The verb phrase today is to

  • put out. Now put out is a very common verb. So we actually have 10 different

  • uses of put out today. Since we do have 10 , we're only going to give one example for

  • each one. But let's look at the first one. To make a lot of effort or go

  • through a lot of trouble for someone. So here's the first example. I didn't mean

  • to put you out, but I really appreciate your help.

  • Yeah. So that's the way we often use it. We say oh I'm sorry, I didn't want to put

  • you out or I didn't mean to put you out. I didn't... mean to make you go through

  • so much trouble. That's just how we would use it. All right.

  • Number two. To put something on display or make it visible. Like this

  • could be in a store for example. Put out more apples from the stock or from the

  • stockroom. We are almost sold out of the ones on display. So got to put more out. To

  • put more out you know where people can see them. Put more out on display. Number

  • three to expel from a place or the premises. All right here. The bar bouncer

  • put out to that drunk troublemaker. Yeah. If you have ever gone to a nightclub or in a

  • bar late at night, you know that they do have a bouncer. In case anybody starts a

  • fight. You know some big tough guy will probably you know grab him and you know

  • push him out the door. Or maybe there'll be several bouncers that might do that.

  • So they might put somebody out that's causing trouble because you don't want to

  • have a fight start in the bar. It could cause a lot of chaos. All right. Number four

  • here. To put something outside. Just simply bring it outside. I'll put the

  • plants out on the balcony. You know. So as long as it's you know out of your inside

  • your house. You know, the balcony is technically outside. So that's okay. To

  • get more sunshine. To put them out on the balcony.

  • Okay. Number five. To publish something or make it available to the public.

  • So that mainstream news outlet puts out a lot of fake news. All right. So you

  • could say somebody puts out or they put out a lot of stories about this or about

  • that. So they publish it. They make it

  • available to the public. All right. Number six. To extinguish something. Yeah. Extinguish is

  • usually like put out a fire. Could you please put out your cigarette ? This is a

  • non-smoking area. Yeah. So that, that's often on you know, a lot of signs. To

  • extinguish your cigarette or the most common ways we say to put out a

  • cigarette. Okay. Number seven. To make someone ... unhappy especially from

  • impolite behavior. This one's a little more formal. It really puts me out when he

  • uses a lot of foul language, you know, some dirty words. A little bit like

  • turning somebody off. Okay. Number eight here. To provide sex, used especially with

  • women. All right you know, there's a little bit of a warning on this one.

  • It may seem a little vulgar sometimes. Some , some, some might find it very

  • offensive. It's probably used mostly with men when they're talking among themselves.

  • Okay. They usually won't say this in front of a woman. That doesn't sound

  • very nice. So but you could say she had a bad reputation in college, they

  • said she would put out for any guy. So that would mean that you know, she would

  • have sex with any guy or maybe, maybe some other guy would say. Yeah. You know, she

  • never puts out or something like that. Again this you may , you may be a little

  • offended by this. But it's very, very common. Probably used among men talking

  • about you know, women among themselves. Usually they won't say this in front of

  • women. Okay. Number nine. Generate or produce something. That assembly line

  • puts out one thousand units per shift. Yeah. So they

  • create it. They generate it. They produce it. Okay.

  • And number ten here. To emit something. That factory's, that factory's smokestack

  • puts out a lot of pollution every day. So they emit a lot of pollution every day. A

  • lot of smoke is coming out of that. You know those smokestacks. All right . Anyway, I

  • hope you got it. I hope you found it informative. Thank you for your time. Bye-

  • bye.

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