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■ put out
■ put out
A v. t. + avv.
1 mettere fuori; buttare fuori (q. che disturba, ecc.); esporre; espellere: to put out the washing [the cat], mettere fuori il bucato [il gatto]
2 stendere, allungare, tendere (la mano, ecc.); tirare fuori (la lingua)
3 tirare fuori (l'argenteria, ecc.)
4 (di piante) mettere (foglie, germogli)
5 emettere (un comunicato); diramare, trasmettere (una notizia, un messaggio radio, ecc.); emettere (un comunicato); dare alle stampe, fare uscire (un libro, un disco, ecc.)
6 (econ.) produrre: This plant puts out 55,000 cars a year, questo stabilimento produce 55 000 auto all'anno
7 (econ.) dare fuori, dare (lavoro) a domicilio; esternalizzare: to put work out to tender, dare lavoro in appalto
8 spegnere (il fuoco, la luce, il gas, ecc.): to put out a candle, spegnere una candela; to put out a fire, spegnere un fuoco all'aperto (o un incendio)
9 fare perdere i sensi a (q.); tramortire (con un pugno, ecc.); (med.) anestetizzare (in anestesia totale)
10 (med.) lussarsi, slogarsi: I put my shoulder out, mi sono slogato la spalla
11 disturbare, dare disturbo a; scomodare: DIALOGO-Inviting someone to stay- I wouldn't want to put you out in any way, non vorrei darti disturbo
12 contrariare; seccare; offendere: I was put out by their attitude, il loro atteggiamento mi ha seccato
13 (fam.) far sballare (un calcolo, ecc.)
14 (mil., sport, ecc.) mettere in campo, schierare (truppe, ecc.)
15 (sport) mettere (un avversario) fuori causa; eliminare (da un torneo, ecc.)
16 (baseball) eliminare (un battitore o un corridore)
17 (comm., anche to put out of business) far fallire; mandare in rovina
B v. i. + avv.
1 mettercela tutta; fare ogni sforzo
2 (naut., anche to put out to sea) salpare
3 (slang USA) stare al gioco (fig.); (spec. di una donna) starci, darla via (volg.) □ to put out of action, (mil.) mettere fuori combattimento; (fig.) guastare, mettere fuori uso □ to put out feelers, (zool.) tirare fuori le antenne; (fig.) tastare il polso alla situazione □ to put an idea out of one's head, togliersi dalla testa un'idea.

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