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Q: What does Dumbledore slipped the Put-Outer back inside his cloak.

what does this sentence mean?
I don't know what the Put-Outer is. mean?
A: Dumbledore slipped the put-outer back inside his cloak.

slipped = put quickly and easily
put-outer = deluminator

The deluminator, also known as the put-outer, is a magical device used by Albus Dumbledore (the first known owner and designer of the one deluminator known to exist) to remove light sources from the deluminator's immediate surroundings, as well as bestow them. It looks like a standard silver cigarette lighter.

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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Dumbledore
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Q: Why did Dumbledore say"Nitwit!Blubber!Oddment!Tweak!"before banquet?(in first book of HP)What that mean?
A: It's a joke. He says "before we start, I want to say a few words. Nitwit! Blubber! Oddment! Tweak!"

"I want to say a few words" means "I want to make a speech", but he means it literally, so he says four words instead of making a speech.

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