I spent so much time today putting out fires mujeres buscan hombres casados en chile with our suppliers that I didn't even have a chance to read my emails.
Boyfriend: "come on baby put rebeca puta out for me pleeease?" girlfriend: como enamorar a un chico que apenas conoces " mmmmm ok!
To connect by telephone.
I had to put the Browns off because I had 'flu.To save or preserve for the future.I was put out by his decision.To switch off (a light etc ).The car put on speed; I've put on weight.Which shoes are you going to put on?A put -on foreign accent; Her accent sounded put -on.Put out the campfire before leaving broadcast: the authorities put out a leaflet.To abandon (work etc ) temporarily.He put in an hour's training today.To cancel an arranged meeting etc with (a person).He tries to put aside a little money each month.
To offend or irritate: I was put out by his attention to the television set.
The teacher asked the pupil to put his hand down.
To fix on a wall etc.
Put by to save or preserve for the future.
To switch on (a light etc ).To provide ( eg transport).To insert or install.To provide a bed etc for (a person) in one's home.See the full definition of out.
I've put a pound on that horse to win.
He put the plate in the cupboard; Did you put any sugar in my coffee?; He put his arm round her; I'm putting a new lock on the door; You're putting too much strain on that rope; When did the Russians first put a man.
Vulgar Slang To be willing to engage in casual sexual activity; be sexually available.