March 3rd (third) was “Girl’s Day” in Japan. Many people put out special dolls and display them during this event. Do you know what the phrasal verb PUT OUT means in this sentence?
In English, we say put something out or put out something when we want something to be seen or used.
For Girl’s Day in Japan, people put out dolls so that they can be seen. Here are some more examples.
Some friends are coming over tonight so I put out some snacks and napkins.
I want my friends to eat the snacks and use the napkins.
Can you put the garbage out tomorrow morning when you leave for school?
Please put the garbage where it can be seen and collected by the garbage collectors.
Find many more uses for PUT OUT @ https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/put-out?q=put+out
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