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put out a warrant for (someone or something)
To issue a warrant for some legal action to be taken, usually the arrest or detention of someone. The police put out a warrant for the CFO's arrest after evidence of his embezzlement scheme emerged. The sheriff put out warrants for the three men suspected of committing the bank robbery.
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