HI,all
Could you please tell me what it means?
" I don't want to put you out"
Thanks,
gugu
It means I do not want to inconvenience you, make you go out of your way, path.
frogfishI don't want to put you out
I don't want to inconvenience you. I don't want to cause you any inconvenience. I don't want to disturb your usual routine.

CJ
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put you/someone out = to cause problems for someone by making them do something for you
I agree with you all!

It depends though:

to put out from/to

to put smth out ( and there are a lot of meanings here )

to put smb out ( many meanings also here )

...and others

It would be easier if you look it up in your dictionary. It's a phrasal verb. And then you may consult also synonyms and anthonyms. After that, for what will be still unclear, you may ask for help.

Bye for now,