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leave sb sth out
to not include sb or sth, either accidentally or on purpose.
leave anyone out
Can you check the guest list for me? I don't want to ............................... .
leave out
Why did you decide to ..............Smith....... of the team?
put sb out
to make trouble, problems or extra work for somebody.
put out
I didn't want to ..........my aunt....... , so I only stayed one night with her.
put you out
I'd love a cup of tea, if it doesn't .................. too much.
put yourself out
to make a special effort to do sth for sb.
put herself out
She really .................... for her visitors.
be put out
in the passive : be upset or offended
was put out
He .............................. when I couldn't remember his name.
put sth out
to stop sth burning
to extinguish sth
to put sth out
put the cigarette out
You can't smoke here. .............................., please.
put out
They tried to .................... the fire themselves.
put it out
The paper caught fire, but thankfully we managed to ........................ .
extinguish
All passengers are kindly requested to ........................... their cigarettes and fasten their seatbelts.
run out
to finish, use or sell all of something, so that there is none left
ran out
Money ................ after four years and the building was never finished.
run out of
Why has car stopped? It's ................................... petrol.
run out of
I've ......................... sugar. I'II see if I can borrow some.
running out
Time is .............................. and we still have loads to do.
sell out of
all sold and ther is none left.
sell out
Tickets for the game will ............................ very quickly.
sold out of
They had .......................... milk by 9 a.m.
sold out
We are already ...................... for Saturday's concert.
a sell-out
a show, a footbal game, etc. for which all the tickets have been sold.
sell-out
Their concert was a ................................ .