put out (2)
This page is about the phrasal verb put out (2)
Meaning: If you put somebody out, you inconvenience them by asking them to help you or do something for you.Synonym: inconvenience (formal)
- put sb out Are you sure taking me to the airport isn't putting you out? I can easily get the train if you're busy.
- put sb out George never asks for help or favors because he's afraid of putting people out. He forgets that people often enjoy helping out their friends.
If having us stay at your house is putting you out, we can
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Contributor: Matt Errey