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  • put expr. put (one) over on, to impose (something false or deceptive) on.
    Ex. The discovery ... served to exacerbate the situation, confirming the eternal Cornish suspicion that Englishmen live only for the chance to put one over on them (Punch).

  • put expr. put about,
    a. to put (a ship) on the opposite tack.
    Ex. The Stella was then put about, and the other broadside given (Frederick Marryat).
    b. to turn on to the other tack; change direction.
    Ex. Down with the helm,and let us

  • put expr. put across, (Informal.)
    a. to carry out successfully.
    Ex. The salesman put the deal across. And, gentlemen, we'll put it across! We'll do it by working! (H. L. Foster).
    b. to get accepted or understood; get across.
    Ex. He

  • put expr. put aside,
    a. to save for future use.
    Ex. to put aside a dollar a week.
    b. to lay aside out of use.
    Ex. A curious kind of egalitarian, humanitarian attitude has let us quickly put aside vice as a proposition, and go to mis

  • put expr. put away,
    a. to save for future use.
    Ex. The fruit should be ... carefully put away in bins (Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society).
    b. (Informal.) to consume as food or drink.
    Ex. to put away a meal.
    c. (Inform

  • put expr. put by,
    a. to save for future use.
    Ex. The old gentleman had put by a little money (Dickens).
    b. to turn aside; reject.
    Ex. There is no putting by that crown; queens you must always be (John Ruskin).
    c. (Figurative.

  • put expr. put down,
    a. to put an end to; suppress; crush.
    Ex. The rebellion was quickly put down. Sir Peter is such an enemy to scandal, I believe he would have it put down by parliament (Richard Brinsley Sheridan).
    b. to write down. english

  • put expr. put forth,
    a. to send out; sprout; issue.
    Ex. to put forth buds.
    b. to use fully; exert.
    Ex. to put forth effort.
    c. to start, especially to sea.
    Ex. to put forth on a voyage.
    d. to issue; publish. english

  • put expr. put forward, to propose or submit for consideration or acceptance; propound; suggest.
    Ex. His conclusions are hasty and the broad proposals which he puts forward contain no evidence that they could ever be successfully applied (New Yorker).

  • put expr. put in for, to make a claim, plea, or offer for.
    Ex. He put in for a loan at the bank.

  • put expr. put in, (Informal.)
    a. to spend (time or other resources) as specified.
    Ex. Put in a full day of work. I try and put in three miles before lunch (Graham Greene).
    b. to enter port.
    Ex. The ship put in at Hong Kong.

  • put expr. put off,
    a. to lay aside; postpone.
    Ex. to put off a meeting. Don't put off going to the dentist or your teeth will suffer from neglect. All things are now in readiness, and must not be put off (John Dryden).
    b. to go away; star

  • put expr. put on,
    a. to present on a stage; produce (a play, lecture, or other entertainment).
    Ex. The class put on a play. The Foundation for Integrative Education was putting on the last in a six-evening series of discussions (New York Times).

  • put expr. put out,
    a. to extinguish; make an end to; destroy.
    Ex. to put out a candle, light, or fire.
    b. to set out on a voyage; go; turn; proceed.
    Ex. The ship put out to sea. Dozens of Chinese would ""cheerfully"" put out in smal

  • put expr. put over, (Informal.)
    a. to carry out successfully; put across.
    Ex. You don't go into any business ... and put it over without running the risk of being shot (Gertrude Atherton).
    b. (Figurative.) to do or carry out by trickery.

  • put expr. put through,
    a. to cause to pass through any process.
    Ex. We saw an ancient instructor putting his class of girls through what looked like early ballet exercises (Maclean's).
    b. (Figurative.) to carry out with success.

  • put expr. put to it, to force to a course; put in difficulty.
    Ex. I was put to it to keep up with his pace.

  • put expr. put to,
    a. to put in to shore; take shelter.
    Ex. We ... were obliged to put to on account of the wind (F. Baily).
    b. to attach, as to a vehicle or train.
    Ex. Bid him ... get the horses put to (Laurence Sterne).

  • put expr. put together,
    a. to form (a whole) by combining parts; construct; compose.
    Ex. This toy can be taken apart and put together with ease.
    b. to combine mentally; take or consider collectively.
    Ex. He knows more than the whole

  • put expr. put up to,
    a. to inform of; make aware of.
    Ex. He put me up to one or two things worth knowing (Cornhill Magazine).
    b. to get (a person) to do; stir up to; incite to.
    Ex. Don't put her up to mischief.

  • put expr. put up with, to bear with patience; endure; tolerate.
    Ex. to put up with hot weather, put up with scorn.

  • put expr. put up,
    a. to raise; lift.
    Ex. Shopkeepers had hastily put up their shutters (Maxwell Gray).
    b. to offer.
    Ex. to put up a house for sale, to put up a prayer. Oughtn't the post ... to have been put up for public competition

  • put expr. put upon, to impose upon; take advantage of; victimize.
    Ex. However frustrated, distracted, and put upon the great press corps was, out of its agony came reading matter (Newsweek).

  • put expr. stay put. See under stay (1).

  • put noun 1. a throw or cast.
    2. (Commerce.) the privilege of delivering a certain amount of stock or other securities, at a specified price within a certain period of time.
    Ex. Puts, like calls, chiefly are bought by speculators (Wall Street Jou

  • put put (1), verb, put,putting,noun.

  • put put (2), noun.
    (Dialect.) a stupid or silly fellow; bumpkin.

  • put put (3), transitive verb, intransitive verb, putted,putting,noun. putt.

  • put put (4), noun.
    a short, explosive sound, as that made by an outboard motor.

  • put v.i. 1. to take one's course; go; turn; proceed.
    Ex. The ship put out to sea.
    2. (U.S. Informal.) to make off; be off.
    Ex. to put for work.
    3. (Dialect.) (of a plant) to send forth shoots.

  • put v.t. 1. to cause to be in some place or position; place; lay; set.
    Ex. I put sugar in my tea. Put away your toys.
    2. to cause to be in some state, condition, position, or relation.
    Ex. Put your room in order. He put himself under the c

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