According to jisho, 出 can be used as a suffix after the masu stem of a verb with meaning "amount (comprising something); amount of time or effort required to do something".
Jisho says 出 is used in structures like 〜出がある or 〜出がない, which meaning I interpret as having to do something a lot, even though I'm not sure if my interpretation is correct or not as I have barely seen sentences with those structures. Could you please confirm it?
Besides, I would like to know if these two are the only ones that can be constructed or there are other structures used commonly as well with 出 as a suffix after the masu stem of a verb. If so, could you please tell me the other most common constructions as well as their meaning and an example?