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2. turn off
means to lose concentration and stop being interested in it, e.g. if you’re reading a boring book you might turn off... We also say ‘turn off’ for TVs, lights, radios etc
turn off the radio please, I'd like to read.
turn the music off, I am working on my project.
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3. put out
estinguish (a fire, cigar, etc.)/Don't use water to put out a grease fire.
the quickest way to put out a small fire is to throw a bucket of water over it.
to put out a candle/cigarette/light
to put out to sea to put out from Plymouth
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4. switch off
Switch off your mobile phone, please.
Switch the TV off, I can't watch it. It's too scary!
When he started talking about football, I just switched off -- I find it so boring.
You should switch off your computer before you go to bed.
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