English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'put something out'

(phrasal verb) 
Definition
to publish or broadcast
The French news agency put out a statement from the Trade Minister.
Synonyms
issue
He issued a statement denying the allegations.
,
release
They're not releasing any more details yet.
,
publish
His latest book will be published in May.
,
broadcast
Don't broadcast your business outside the family.
,
bring out
,
circulate
Public employees are circulating a petition calling for his reinstatement.
,
make public
,
make known
(phrasal verb) 
Definition
to extinguish (a fire, light, etc.)
Firefighters tried to free the injured and put out the blaze.
Synonyms
extinguish
It took about 50 minutes to extinguish the fire.
,
smother
They tried to smother the flames.
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blow out
,
stamp out
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douse
The crew began to douse the fire.
,
snuff out
,
quench
Fire crews struggled to quench the fire.
See put

Additional synonyms

in the sense of broadcast
Definition
to make widely known throughout an area
Don't broadcast your business outside the family.
Synonyms
make public,
shout from the rooftops (informal)
in the sense of circulate
Definition
to send, go, or pass from place to place or person to person
Public employees are circulating a petition calling for his reinstatement.
in the sense of douse
Definition
to put out (a light)
The crew began to douse the fire.
Synonyms
put out,
blow out,
snuff (out)

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