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put about
British English informal to give other people news or information, especially when it is unpleasant or untrue
put about
(of a ship) to cause to change course or direction
put across
to explain your ideas, beliefs etc in a way that people can understand
put across
to sing, play music, or act in a film or play in a clear, effective way
put aside
to try to stop thinking about a problem, argument, or disagreement, because you want to achieve something
put aside
to save money regularly, usually for a particular purpose
put aside
to leave something you are reading or working with, in order to start doing something else
put aside
to keep a period of time free in order to be able to do something
put at
to calculate or guess an amount, number, age etc, without being very exact
put away
to put something in the place where it is usually kept
put away
to save money
put away
informal to put someone in a prison or in a mental hospital
put away
informal to eat or drink a lot
put away
informal to score a goal, especially after other failed attempts
put away
American English informal to defeat your opponent in a sports competition
put back
to put people or things in the place or situation they were in before
put back
to arrange for an event to start at a later time or date [= postpone]
put back
to delay a process or activity by a number of weeks, months etc
put back
British English to make a clock or watch show an earlier time [= set back American English]
put behind
to try to forget about an unpleasant event or experience and think about the future
put by
to save money regularly in order to use it later
put down
to put something or someone that you are holding or carrying onto a surface
put down
to criticize someone and make them feel silly or stupid [= belittle]
put down
to write something, especially a name or number, on a piece of paper or on a list [= write down]
put down
to stop a revolution etc by using force
put down
to pay part of the total cost of something, so that you can pay the rest later
put down
to put a baby in its bed
put down
to put the receiver back onto the telephone when you have finished speaking to someone [= hang up]
put down
to kill an animal without causing it pain, usually because it is old or sick [= put something to sleep]
put down
if an aircraft puts down or if a pilot puts it down, it lands, especially because of an emergency
put down
British English to stop a vehicle so that passengers can get off at a particular place
put down as
to guess what someone is like or what they do, without having much information about them
put down for
to put someone's name on a list so that they can take part in an activity, join an organization etc
put down for
to write on a list that someone agrees to give or take something
put down to
to think that something is caused by something else
put it down to exprience
to try not to feel too upset about failure, especially when you learn something useful from it تجربه میشه
put forth
to suggest an idea, explanation etc, especially one that other people later consider and discuss [= submit]
put forth
formal to produce or send out by growth
put forward
to suggest a plan, proposal etc, for other people to consider or discuss [= propose]
put forward
to suggest formally that you or someone else should be considered for a particular job, membership of an organization etc
put forward to
to arrange for an event to start at an earlier time or date
put forward
British English to make a clock or watch show a later time [= set forward American English]
put in
to fix a piece of equipment somewhere and connect it so that it is ready to be used [= instal]
put in
to spend time or use energy working or practising something
put in
written to interrupt someone in order to say something
put in
to ask for something in an official way
put one's faith/trust/confidence in
to trust someone or something or believe that they can do something
put in
to do something in a particular way, especially a performance in a play, film, race etc
put in an appearance
to go to a social event, meeting etc for a short time
put in
to call at or enter a place; especially : to enter a harbor or port
put into
to invest money in something
put into
to use a lot of energy etc when you are doing an activity
put into
to add a quality to something
put off
to delay doing something or to arrange to do something at a later time or date, especially because there is a problem or you do not want to do it now [= delay, procrastinate]
put off
British English to make you dislike something or not want to do something
put off
to make someone wait because you do not want to meet them, pay them etc until later [= stall]
put off
British English to make it difficult for someone to pay attention to what they are doing by talking, making a noise, moving etc
put off
British English to let someone get off a vehicle at a particular place
put on
to dress oneself in: don /dɒn $ dɑːn/
put on
to use make-up, cream etc on your skin
put on
to do something that affects or influences someone or something else
put on
to make a light or a piece of equipment start working by pressing or turning a button or switch [= switch on, turn on]
put on
to put a record, tape, or CD into a machine and start playing it
put on
to pretend to have a particular feeling, opinion, way of speaking etc especially in order to get attention
put on
to become fatter and heavier [= gain]
put on
to arrange for a concert, play etc to take place, or to perform in it
put on
to show what you are able to do or what power you have
put on
British English to provide a service for people, especially a special one
put on
to risk an amount of money on the result of a game, race etc [= bet]
put on
to add an amount of money or tax onto the cost of something
put on
to give someone the telephone so that they can talk to someone who is telephoning
put onto
British English informal to give someone information about something interesting or useful that they did not know about
put out
to make a fire etc stop burning [= extinguish]
put out
to make a light stop working by pressing or turning a button or switch [= switch off, turn off]
put out
to put things where people can find and use them
feel/be put out
to feel upset or offended
put out
to make extra work or cause problems for someone
put one's self out
to make an effort to do something that will help someone
put out
to take something outside your house and leave it there
put one's hand/foot/arm out
to move your hand etc forward and away from your body
put out
to make someone unconscious before a medical operation
put one's back/shoulder etc out
to injure your back/shoulder etc by moving a bone out of its position in a joint
put out
to broadcast or produce something for people to read or listen to
put out feelers
to try to discover information or opinions by listening to people or watching what is happening
put out
to set out from shore
put out
(especially of a woman) to agree to have sex
put over
British English to succeed in telling other people your ideas, opinions, feelings, etc
put over on
informal to deceive someone into believing something that is not true or that is useless
put through
to connect someone to someone else on the telephone
put through
to pay for someone to study at school, college etc
put through
to make someone do or experience something difficult or unpleasant
put through
to do what is necessary in order to get a plan or suggestion accepted or approved
put together
to prepare or produce something by collecting pieces of information, ideas etc
put together
to form people or things into a group
put together
to make a machine, model etc by joining all the different parts [= assemble]
put towards
to use some money in order to pay part of the cost of something
put under
to make someone unconscious before a medical operation by giving them a drug
put up
to build something such as a wall, fence, building etc [= erect]
put up
to put a picture, notice etc on a wall so that people can see it
put up
to attach a shelf, cupboard etc to a wall
put up
British English to increase the cost or value of something [= raise]
put up
to raise something to a higher position
put up
to let someone stay in your house and give them meals
put up
British English to stay in a place for a short time
put up
to show great determination to oppose something or get out of a difficult situation
put up
to give an amount of money for a particular purpose
put up
to make something or someone available for a particular purpose
put up
to explain a suggestion or idea so that other people can think about it or discuss it
put up
to suggest someone as a suitable person to be elected to a position
put up to
to encourage someone to do something stupid or dangerous
put up with
to accept an unpleasant situation or person without complaining