“Put out”: phrasal verb meaning.
- Put out
- Stop a fire or for example stop a cigarette burning.
Other examples of “put out” phrasal verb in a sentence
- Put out the cigarette, please.
- Firefighters put out fires.
- The seawater finally put out the fire.
“Put out”: use in context explanation
The woman is frying eggs for breakfast. She’s seen on TV that sometimes cooks pour some whiskey into a pan to make the food taste better. She decides to try it herself but soon finds out it wasn’t a good idea. The pan catches on fire! A big fire! The woman screams for help, she can’t put it out by herself and she’s worried that the eggs will get all burnt.