To Take Out
To Hand Out, To Remove, To Turn In, To Put Out
transitive verb, godan verb
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).
In other words, this verb is transitive, like most verbs ending in す. You can remember this because the hiragana す is like the word "sue." You're taking out way too much of something, and someone's going to sue (す) you for it.
The part of the word that you have to learn how to read is the だ portion. Remember how someone was going to sue you for trying to take out way too much? Well, that someone is your Dad (だ)! Your own Dad is going to sue you if you keep taking out way too much stuff, so you better stop!
It's the day to put out the recycling.
Please take out a notebook.
I handed a hundred yen to the convenience store cashier.