Please put the dictionary out on the desk.
That American removed all the venom he got from two rattle snakes out of his leg.
The thief handed out all the goods he stole.
This word consists of kanji with hiragana attached. Because the hiragana ends with an う sound, you know this word is a verb. The kanji itself means "exit" and this is kind of a verb form of this. The word means to take out or to hand out, so it's like you're doing the action of causing something else to exit (rather than exiting yourself). You can remember this because the hiragana す is like the word "sue." Imagine yourself grabbing her and removing her from a box. スーを出す.
The part of the word that you have to learn how to read is the だ portion. So, you already removed Sue from the box. Who else is in there that you have to remove? It's your Dad (だ) as well. Go ahead and remove him from the box as well.