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Translation of "put sth out" - English-Turkish dictionary

put sth out

phrasal verb with put
 
 
/pʊt/ verb [T] ( present participle putting, past tense and past participle put)
STOP SHINING mainly UK to make a light stop shining by pressing a switch
ışığı söndürmek, kapamak
Please put the lights out when you leave.Electrical switches and connections
STOP BURNING B1 to make something that is burning stop burning
ateşi söndürmek
to put out a fireFire and flameFire serviceStopping fires
PUT OUTSIDE to put something outside the house
dışarı koymak; evin dışına çıkarmak
to put out the rubbish/trashPlacing and positioning an object
Translations of “put sth out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 燈, 關(燈)…
in Russian выключать, гасить, тушить…
in Chinese (Simplified) 灯, 关(灯)…
in Polish wyłączać coś, zgasić coś, ugasić coś…
(Definition of put sth out from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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