put

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Englisch - Türkisch
koymak

Hayallerinize paramı koymakla ilgilenmiyorum. - I have no interest in putting my money into your dreams.

Otel kasasına bir şeyler koymak istiyorum. - I'd like to put some things in the hotel safe.

koy

Lütfen kitabı rafa koy. - Please put the book on the shelf.

Havuçları tencereye koy. - Put the carrots in the pot.

{f} tıkmak
{f} çevirisini yapmak
{f} tercüme etmek
yayımlamak
salmak
koyulmak
açıklamak
utandırmak
bastırmak
açmak
çıkarmak

Sana bir zahmet çıkarmak istemiyorum. - I don't want to put you to any trouble.

Seni çıkarmak istemiyorum. - I don't want to put you out.

atfetmek
neşretmek
(Ticaret) satma opsiyonu
şişmanlamak
söndürmek

Yangını söndürmek uzun bir süre aldı. - It took a long time to put out the fire.

Onlar alevleri söndürmek için itfaiye çağırmak zorunda kaldı. - They had to call the firefighters to put out the flames.

{f} yatırım yapmak
koşmak
bahis tutuşmak
{f} para koymak

Hesaba biraz para koymak istiyorum. - I'd like to put some money into my account.

etmek

Bir saati parçalara ayırmak onu monte etmekten daha kolaydır. - Taking a watch apart is easier than putting it together.

Beni rezil etmek için çok çabaladın, değil mi? - You've tried so hard to put me to shame, haven't you?

fırlatmak
sormak

Soru sormak istiyorsanız lütfen elinizi kaldırın. - If you want to ask a question, please put your hand up.

Bir soru sormak için elini kaldırdı. - She put up her hand to ask a question.

{i} yatırma

Bebeği yatırmam lazım. - I have to put the baby to bed.

Bir at üzerinde para yatırmak akıllıca değil. - It is not wise to put your money on a horse.

para yatırmak

Bir at üzerinde para yatırmak akıllıca değil. - It is not wise to put your money on a horse.

teklif etmek
ilerlemek
oya sunmak
oymak
çevirmek
ifade etmek
yerleştirmek

Arşivlerimizin sistematik bir sınıflandırmasını yerleştirmek büyük bir zaman tasarrufu olabilir. - Putting in place a systematic classification of our archives could be a great time saver.

Kendimi üniversiteye yerleştirmek için bir garson olarak çalıştım. - I worked as a waiter to put myself though college.

yapmak

Bir telefon görüşmesi yapmak için elimi cebime koydum ve bozuk para aradım. - In order to make a phone call, I put my hand in my pocket and searched for a coin.

Tom'u hapishaneye koymak için yapmak zorunda olduğum her şeyi yapacağım. - I'll do whatever I have to do to put Tom behind bars.

önermek
uydurmak
{f} bırakmak

Hayatının onun ellerine bırakmak istediğinden emin misin? - Are you sure you want to put your life in her hands?

Ben geçmişi arkamızda bırakmak istiyorum. - I'd like to put the past behind us.

yazmak

Her yazar açıkça yazmak için kendini okuyucunun yerine koymalı. - Every writer, in order to write clearly, must put himself in his reader's shoes.

Tom yazmaktan vazgeçti ve kalemini bıraktı. - Tom quit writing and put down his pen.

gitmek

Şimdi gitmek zorundayım. Eşyalarımı nereye koyduğumu gördün mü? - I have to go now. Did you see where I put my things?

Yarın randevuma gitmek için hangi elbiseleri giymem gerektiğini düşünüyorsun? - What clothes do you think I should put on to go to my date tomorrow?

yüklemek
{f} atmak

Canlı bir ıstakozu kaynar su dolu bir kaba atmak acımasızca. - It's cruel to put a live lobster into a pot of boiling water.

Belki onu başımdan atmak için bir şey yaptım. - Maybe I did something to put him off.

(gülle/vb.) atmak
{f} sınamak
{f} (put, --ting) koymak, yerleştirmek
söylemek

Kısaca söylemek gerekirse, o, onun önerisini geri çevirdi. - To put it briefly, she turned down his proposal.

Açık söylemek gerekirse, bu takımın kazanamayacak olmasının sebebi onları geride tutmanızdır. - To put it bluntly, the reason this team won't win is because you're holding them back.

{i} para koyma

Maddi gücün yettiği zaman bir kenara biraz para koymalısın. - You should put aside some money when you can afford to.

Ben her ay bankaya biraz para koymaya çalışıyorum. - I've been trying to put a little money in the bank every month.

{i} atış

Gitmeden bir şeyler atıştırmalısın. - You should put something in your stomach before you go.

kelim

Tom duygularını kelimelere koyamadı. - Tom couldn't put his feelings into words.

İspanyolca üç kelimeyi bir araya getiremiyor, ve orta düzey olduğunu iddia ediyor. - She can't put together three words in Spanish, and she claims she's intermediate.

belirli bir şekle sokmak
hareketsiz
zorlamak
{f} denemek

Kağıtları sıraya koymayı denemekten vazgeçti. - He has given up trying to put the papers in order.

{f} kurmak

Odanın bu köşesinde bir sera kurmak isterim. - In this corner of the room I'd like to put a house-plant.

Onlar başka bir fabrika kurmak için yeterli sermayeye sahip. - They have enough capital to put up another factory.

öne sürmek
avucu yukarı tutarak atmak sevketmek
sabit

Sabit bir biçimde durarak elinden gelenin en iyisini yapmaya çalıştı. - Sitting still he tried to put his best foot forward.

reye koymak
fırlatma
hamle
reddedilmek
kaydetmek
geçirmek
geciktirmek
menetmek
konmak
saklamak

Özel eşyalarımı saklamak istiyorum. - I'd like to put my belongings away.

düzeltmek

Yanlış yaptığımız şeyi düzeltmek zorundayız. - We have to put right what we have done wrong.

reddetmek
indirmek
put off
ertelemek

Toplantıyı ertelemek zorunda kaldık. - We had to put off the meeting.

Fırtına nedeniyle toplantıyı ertelemek zorundaydık. - We had to put off the meeting because of the storm.

put on
giymek

O, ayakkabılarını giymek için durdu. - He stopped to put on his shoes.

O, ayakkabılarını giymek için eğildi. - He stooped to put on his shoes.

put out
söndürmek

Yangını söndürmek için birlikte çalıştılar. - They worked together to put out the fire.

Ateşi söndürmek istiyorum. - I want to put out the fire.

put up with
katlanmak

Buna ne kadar süre katlanmak zorunda kalacağız? - How long will we have to put up with this?

Bu gürültüye katlanmak zorunda olmamalıyım. - I shouldn't have to put up with this noise.

put on
giyinmek

Saçımı kurulamak, makyaj yapmak ve giyinmek zorundayım. - I have to dry my hair, put on makeup and get dressed.

put in order
düzenlemek
put up
misafir etmek
put through
(deyim) put someone through [telefon] baglamak. put sth. through bitirmek,tamamlamak,muamelesini yapmak. put someone through his paces bir kimsenin yetengini denemek,denemeden gecirmek. put someone through the mill birine sıkıntı çektirmek
put through
telefonu bağlamak
put up
istif etmek
put on
artırmak
put up
artırmak (fiyat)
put out
sönmüş
put up
çıkarmak
put away
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- bir tarafa koymak , saklamak 2- kaldırmak , yerine koymak
put down on paper
kaleme almak
put in
geçirmek (vakit)
put out
ateş söndürmek
put up
(deyim) salık vermek,ileri sürmek. put up with someone/sth. (kd) katlanmak,dayanmak,nazını çekmek. put the wind up someone birini korkutmak,telaşa düşürmek
put down
öldürmek (hayvan)
put in
içeri sokmak
put s.o. away
{k} birini tımarhaneye kapamak
put in
olay çıkarmak
put forward
(plan,bir tartışma) Ortaya atmak
put it another way
Başka bir şekilde ifade etmek
put out a call
Çağrı yapmak, davet etmek
put someone in an awkward position
Birini zor duruma sokmak
put something on hold
Birşeyi beklemeye almak, ertelemek
put your something in order
Birşeye çeki düzen vermek, düzene sokmak
put a stop to
son vermek
put a stop to
durdurmak
put aside
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- bir tarafa koymak , kaldırmak 2- biriktirmek
put at risk
tehlikeye atmak
put down
indirmek
put down
tenkit etmek
put emphasis on
üzerinde durmak
put forward
ileri sürmek
put forward
öne sürmek
put in
(deyim) sarf etmek veya ayırmak (zaman,enerji vb.)
put in
araya girmek
put in
sokmak
put in
başvurmak
put into effect
uygulamaya koymak
put off
(Dilbilim) rahatsız olmak
put off
oyalamak
put on
sahneye koymak
put on
eklemek
put on flesh
kilo almak
put on weight
almak

Tom rolü için kilo almak zoruna kaldı. - Tom had to put on weight for the role.

Tom kilo almak istemiyordu. - Tom didn't want to put on weight.

put one's trust in
güvenmek
put over
yutturmak
put over
kandırmak
put right
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- tamir etmek 2- derleyip toplamak , düzeltmek
put s.o. off
birini şaşırtmak
put s.o. on
k.dili. birini işletmek, biriyle dalga geçmek; birine numara yapmak
put s.o. on
birini (bir işle) görevlendirmek
put s.t. across
{k} 1.bir şeyi etkili bir şekilde iletmek/anlatmak/açıklamak/söylemek
put something away
kaldırmak
put to death
idam etmek
put to death
öldürmek
put to good use
değerlendirmek
put up
kalmak
put up
yerine koymak
put up
kapatmak
put up
konservesini yapmak
put up with
dayanmak
put up with
acıya dayanmak
put upon
(deyim) put upon someone fırsattan yararlanmak,kullanmak
put away
Yerine Koy

Kitaplarınızı ve defterlerinizi yerine koyun. - Put away your books and notebooks.

Çocuklara oyuncaklarını yerine koymasını söyledi. - She told her children to put away their toys.

put on
numarası yapmak
put on
abartmak
put on
(deyim) put on airs caka satmak,bir takim haller takinmak put someone on his guard birini uyararak dikkatli olmasini soylemek put someone on a pedestal [kd] birini kusursuz yetkin,saymak put the screws on someone (argo) birini sıkıştırmak,zorlamak,baskı yapmak put one's money on someone/sth. (kd) birinin başarılı olacağına veya herhangi bir şey olacağına emin olmak. put one's thinking cap on cozum bulmaya calismak,dusunup tasinmak
put s.o. away
{k} birini içeri/hapse atmak
put through
bitirmek
put up
(birini) misafir etmek
put (something) to good use
değerlendirmek
put a tick
İşaretlemek
put an embargo on
ambargo koymak
put an end to
(deyim) sonuçlandırmak
put an end to something
Birşeye son vermek
put away
artırmak
put away
bir kenara atmak
put away
hapse atmak
put away
vazgeçmek
put away
(Dilbilim) başından savmak
put down
denetim altına almak
put forward
öne almak
put forward
meydana atmak
put forward
adaylığını koymak
put in
içeri koymak
put in
geçirmek (zaman)
put in
takılmak
put in
katmak
put in motion
devindirmek
put in order
düzene sokmak
put in order
düzelmek
put in order
düzene koymak
put into
para yatımak
put into
(Askeri) -e girmek (gemi)
put into
(Askeri) -e sokmak (gemiyi)
put into
para yatırmak
put into
(gemiyi) -e sokmak
put into
-e para vermek
put into practice
pratiğe geçirmek
put into practice
pratiğe dönüştürmek
put into practice
pratiğe aktarmak
put into practice
hayata geçirmek
put it in a nutshell
uzun sözün kısası
put it in a nutshell
lafı fazla uzatmayalım
put off
(Dilbilim) uyutmak
put off
şaşırtmak
put off
(Dilbilim) hoşlanmamak
put on
çoğaltmak
put on
(Arılık) ballık eklemek
put on
kuşanmak
put on
(Arılık) kovana kat atmak
put on a salary
maaş bağlamak
put on a scene
kıyameti koparmak
put on airs
kurumlanmak
put on airs
(deyim) racon kesmek
put on airs
hava basmak
put on airs
poz takınmak
put on airs
çalım satmak
put on an act
rol yapmak
put on an act
ayak yapmak
put on market
piyasaya sunmak
put on the agenda
gündeme almak
put one's foot in it
akım derken bokum demek
put one's foot in it
(deyim) çam devirmek
put one's foot into it
gaf yapmak
put option
(Ticaret) satım opsiyonu
put out
(Dilbilim,Tıp) uyuşturmak
put out
(deyim) (bildiri vb) yayınlamak
put out
(Argo) birisiyle yatmayı kabul etmek
put out
(Dilbilim) keyfini bozmak
put out
şaşırtmak
put out
(Dilbilim) bir çuval inciri berbat etmek
put out
(Dilbilim) işlerini karıştırmak
put out
vermek (ısı)
put out
(Dilbilim) bayıltmak
put out
(Dilbilim,Tıp) anestezi yapmak
put out
itfa etmek
put out
(Tıp) uyutmak
put out
gönüllenmek
put out
(Dilbilim) dağıtmak
put out
rahatsızlık vermek
put out a feeler
nabzını yoklamak
put out feelers
(deyim,Argo) ağzını aramak
put out of
hariç tutmak
put out of action
saf dışı etmek
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Heykel. Sanem. Kendisinden medet beklenen veya lâyık olmadığı hürmet kendine yapılan maddi mânevi resim, heykel ve her çeşit cisim
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Allah'tan başka tapılan herşey
Eskiden Anadolu'nun kimi yörelerinde kullanılan 16kg'lık ağırlık ölçüsü
Bir ağırlık ölçüsü
Üç dört tel ipekten bükülmüş iplik
Bazı ilkel toplumlarda doğaüstü güç ve etkisi olduğuna inanılan canlı veya cansız nesne, tapıncak, sanem, fetiş
Haç
Bazı ilkel toplumlarda doğaüstü güç ve etkisi olduğuna inanılan canlı veya cansız nesne, tapıncak, sanem, fetiş: "Onu ben, büsbütün başka bir hayranlıkla âdeta bir puta taparcasına seviyordum."- Y. K. Karaosmanoğlu
sanem
Englisch - Englisch
To express something in a certain manner

When you put it that way, I guess I can see your point.

To bring or set into a certain relation, state or condition

She tends to put herself in dangerous situations.

To place something somewhere

She put her books on the table.

To exercise a put option

He got out of his Procter and Gamble bet by putting his shares at 80.

An idiot; a foolish person

The old put wanted to make a parson of me, but d—n me, thinks I to myself, I'll nick you there, old cull; the devil a smack of your nonsense shall you ever get into me.

To throw a heavy iron ball as a sport. See shot put
A right to sell something at a predetermined price
A contract to sell a security at a set price on or before a certain date

He bought a January '08 put for Procter and Gamble at 80 to hedge his bet.

A prostitute
{n} an action of distress, shift, game, clown
{v} to lay, place, set, repose, commit, add, propose, apply, incite
An options contract giving the holder the right to sell a specified number of shares of the underlying stock for a specified price by a specified date If the put holder chooses to exercise the option, the writer is obligated to buy the underlying stock according to the terms of the contract; if the put holder does not choose to exercise the option, the option premium becomes a loss Options investors who believe that a stock's price will fall buy puts See also call
In options the buyer of a put has the right to acquire a short position in the underlying futures contract at the strike price until the option expires; the seller (writer) of the put obligates himself to take a long position in the futures at the strike price if the buyer exercises his put
If you put money into a business or project, you invest money in it. Investors should consider putting some money into an annuity
If you put someone somewhere, you cause them to go there and to stay there for a period of time. Rather than put him in the hospital, she had been caring for him at home I'd put the children to bed
If you put a case, opinion, or proposal, you explain it and list the reasons why you support or believe it. He always put his point of view with clarity and with courage He put the case to the Saudi Foreign Minister = present
estimate; "We put the time of arrival at 8 P M "
A type of option A put option gives the buyer the right but not the obligation to sell a stated number of shares of a security at a stated price on or before a specified date (Also used for bonds & futures contracts) Eg, a Dec 85 Eastman Kodak put option gives the owner the right to sell 100 shares of EK on or before the December expiration date of the option (usually the 3rd Friday of the month) at 85 regardless of the actual price of EK at the time The owner can sell the option at any time before the expiration date Eg, if EK is trading at 80 in mid-November, the owner could sell the put option & collect the current premium He would get $500 for the option's intrinsic value (strike price of 85 minus current market price of 80 = 5) & additional premium for the remaining time value of the option On US exchanges each option represents 100 shares of the underlying stock See also Call (Option)
Puts the specified element into the Dictionary, using the specified key
In the kernel, means "drop a reference to" This indicates that whatever task was using the object previously is no longer interested This may just decrement a usage count, or perform a more complicated reaping routine
arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events, etc ; "arrange my schedule"; "set up one's life"; "I put these memories with those of bygone times"
An option to sell a commodity, security, or futures contract at a specified price at any time between now and the expiration of the option contract
When you put an idea or remark in a particular way, you express it in that way. You can use expressions like to put it simply and to put it bluntly before saying something when you want to explain how you are going to express it. I had already met Pete a couple of times through -- how should I put it -- friends in low places He doesn't, to put it very bluntly, give a damn about the woman or the baby He admitted the security forces might have made some mistakes, as he put it You can't put that sort of fear into words
An option granting the right to sell the underlying futures contract Opposite of a call
To throw or cast with a pushing motion "overhand,"
An option contract that gives the holder the right to sell the underlying security at a specified price for a certain fixed period of time
{i} throwing of a heavy iron ball (Track and Field)
Maps the specified key to the specified value in this dictionary
A bondholder's right to redeem a bond before maturity; a contract that grants the right to sell at a specified price a specified number of shares by a certain date (See call)
To attach or attribute; to assign; as, to put a wrong construction on an act or expression
sing

Your singing puts professional singers to shame. - Your singing puts many a professional singer to shame.

Your singing puts many a professional singer to shame. - Your singing puts professional singers to shame.

cause (someone) to undergo something; "He put her to the torture
If you say that something is bigger or better than several other things put together, you mean that it is bigger or has more good qualities than all of those other things if they are added together. London has more pubs and clubs than the rest of the country put together
If you put time, strength, or energy into an activity, you use it in doing that activity. Eleanor did not put much energy into the discussion
is an option contract that gives the holder the right to sell a specific volume of a commodity or security at a specific price (strike price) to the writer of the option on or before a specific date (expiration)
If you put your trust, faith, or confidence in someone or something, you trust them or have faith or confidence in them. How much faith should we put in anti-ageing products? = place
A privilege which one party buys of another to "put" (deliver) to him a certain amount of stock, grain, etc
at a certain price and date
pres
If you put written information somewhere, you write, type, or print it there. Mary's family were so pleased that they put an announcement in the local paper to thank them He crossed out `Screenplay' and put `Written by' instead
To set before one for judgment, acceptance, or rejection; to bring to the attention; to offer; to state; to express; figuratively, to assume; to suppose; formerly sometimes followed by that introducing a proposition; as, to put a question; to put a case
of Put, contracted from putteth
An option to sell a stock at a predetermined price within a specific time period
When you put a question to someone, you ask them the question. Is this fair? Well, I put that question today to Deputy Counsel Craig Gillen He thinks that some workers may be afraid to put questions publicly
An option which gives the buyer the right but not the obligation to sell an underlying asset (commodity futures contract, stocks, etc ) at an agreed upon price (strike price) within a specified period of time
To bring to a position or place; to place; to lay; to set; figuratively, to cause to be or exist in a specified relation, condition, or the like; to bring to a stated mental or moral condition; as, to put one in fear; to put a theory in practice; to put an enemy to fight
An option contract that gives the owner the right to force the sale of a certain number of shares of stock at a specified price, on or before a specified date
formulate in a particular style or language; "I wouldn't put it that way"; "She cast her request in very polite language"
To incite; to entice; to urge; to constrain; to oblige
The form put is used in the present tense and is the past tense and past participle. Put is used in a large number of expressions which are explained under other words in this dictionary. For example, the expression to put someone in the picture is explained at picture
To throw a heavy iron ball. See shot put
If you put it to someone that something is true, you suggest that it is true, especially when you think that they will be unwilling to admit this. But I put it to you that they're useless
To move in any direction; to impel; to thrust; to push; nearly obsolete, except with adverbs, as with by (to put by = to thrust aside; to divert); or with forth (to put forth = to thrust out)
(deliver) to him a certain amount of stock, grain, etc
A type of option which enables the investor to sell a fixed number of shares at a set price within a given time period This is used as a hedge or protection for an existing investment
To steer; to direct one's course; to go
An option to sell a stipulated amount of stock or securities within a specified time and at a fixed exercise price See Call
A contract to sell stock at a set price on or before a certain date
If you put something at a particular value or in a particular category, you consider that it has that value or that it belongs in that category. I would put her age at about 50 or so All the more technically advanced countries put a high value on science It is not easy to put the guilty and innocent into clear-cut categories
An option contract that gives the buyer (holder) the right to sell, and places on the writer the obligation to buy a specified number of shares of the underlying stock at the given strike price on or before the expiration date of the contract
the right to sell a specified stock at a specified quantity, amount, date, and price
When you put something in a particular place or position, you move it into that place or position. Leaphorn put the photograph on the desk She hesitated, then put her hand on Grace's arm Mishka put down a heavy shopping bag
An option to sell a specified number of shares of stock at a specified price within a specified period of time
A rustic; a clown; an awkward or uncouth person
To go or move; as, when the air first puts up
To play a card or a hand in the game called put
An option contract under which the holder (buyer) has the right to sell the number of shares of the underlying security that is covered by the contract at a fixed price for a fixed period of time The put option buyer pays the put option seller (writer) a fee called a premium It also obligates the seller, if the buyer exercises, to purchase the underlying security that is covered by the contract at a fixed price for a fixed period of time
put into a certain place or abstract location; "Put your things here"; "Set the tray down"; "Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children"; "Place emphasis on a certain point"
cause to be in a certain state; cause to be in a certain relation; "That song put me in awful good humor"
attribute or give; "She put too much emphasis on her the last statement"; "He put all his efforts into this job"; "The teacher put an interesting twist to the interpretation of the story"
put a damper on
To stop people from enjoying an activity

John told us he had lost his job, which put a damper on the celebrations.

put a foot wrong
To make a mistake
put a lid on it
To be quiet; shut up; to stop talking about something or making noise

Oh, put a lid on it already! I heard you the first fourteen times.

put a sock in it
To stop talking; to be quiet; to shut one's mouth

He went on and on until I finally told him to put a sock in it.

put a stop to
To terminate or abolish something
put about
To change direction
put about
To circulate (a rumour)
put across
to explain or state something clearly and understandably

All good communicators try to use popular, well-understood examples to put across complex ideas.

put across
to perform a theatrical production

Yet, though the piece is preposterous hokum, the show is put across with enormous zest.

put all one's eggs in one basket
To rely on a single source (as of income), rather than diversifying

They felt that buying more real estate than they already had would be putting all their eggs in one basket.

put an end to
to terminate or abolish something

He put an end to the loud music by pulling the plug.

put aside
to save money

I try to put a few dollars aside each week, just in case I need money in an emergency.

put aside
to ignore or intentionally forget something, temporarily or permanently, so that more important things can have one's attention

Let's put our differences aside for the moment, and get this project finished.

put at ease
to evoke or cause someone to be relaxed or calm

The new data really put my mind at ease over buying this car.

put away
To place out of the way, clean up

I put the clothes away so as to neaten the room.

put away
To send (someone) to prison

He was convicted and they put him away for 10 years.

put away
To strike out a batter
put away
To consume (food or drink), especially in large quantities

You wouldn't think such a small person could put away so much food.

put away
To divorce

And the pharyses cam and axed hym a question: whether it were laufull for a man to putt awaye hys wyfe.

put away
To catch a fly ball or tag out a baserunner
put away
To take a large lead in a game
put away
To fend off, deflect; to dismiss

A sayd the kynge, syn ye knowe of your aduenture puruey for hit, and put awey by your craftes that mysauenture.

put away
To discard, divest oneself of

When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.

put away
To store, add to one's stores for later use

Preparing for the worst, they put away food for the winter.

put back
To change the time in a time zone to an earlier time

Don't forget that this Sunday we put the clocks back an hour.

put back
To return something to it's original place

He carefully put the vase back on the shelf.

put back
To drink fast; to knock down alcohol

Whisky he sipped at suspiciously, and still had not got an adult taste for; but wine he loved, and he put back champagne as if it were lager, with awful belches and chuckles after each glass.

put back
To postpone an arranged event or appointment

The meeting has been put back to 5.00 pm.

put by
To run a ship aground intentionally to avoid a collision

The Bow Spring put by to avoid colliding with the Manzanillo II.

put by
To perform an action without attracting attention

I managed to put that transaction by accounts payable.

put by
To save money

I have put a few hundred pounds by for a rainy day.

put by
To preserve food by canning, freezing, drying, etc

Our family has been putting food by for generations.

put case
To take as a hypothesis; to suppose (that)

But put case they continue; thou art not so poor as thou wast born .

put down
To halt, eliminate, stop, or squelch, often by force

The government quickly put down an insurrection.

put down
To drop someone off, or let them out of a vehicle

The taxi put him down outside the hotel.

put down
To write something

Put down the first thing you think of on this piece of paper.

put down
To administer euthanasia to, as an animal too old or ill to cure

Rex was in so much pain, they had to put him down.

put down
To replace the telephone receiver and terminate a call. To hang up

Don't put the phone down. I want a quick word with him,too.

put down
Alternative spelling of put-down
put down
To cease, temporarily or permanently, reading (a book)

I was unable to put down The Stand: it was that exciting.

put down
To set down, stop carrying, or place in a low location

There he is! cried Mrs. Flanders, coming round the rock and covering the whole space of the beach in a few seconds. What has he got hold of? Put it down, Jacob! Drop it this moment!.

put down
To land an aircraft

The pilot managed to put down in a nearby farm field.

put down
To make prices, or taxes, lower

BP are putting petrol and diesel down in what could be the start of a price war.

put down
To add a name to a list

I've put myself down for the new Spanish conversation course.

put down
To insult, belittle, or demean

Just because we get around.

put down
To place a baby somewhere to sleep

I had just put Mary down when you rang. So now she's crying again.

put down
To pay an initial amount of money on a large purchase

We put down a $1,000 deposit.

put down for
to record that someone has offered to help, or contribute something

You can put my wife down for 10$.

put down roots
to feel that one belong in a place

I haven't put down roots in this town yet, 'cause I've got trouble making friends here.

put down roots
to do things which show that one wishes to stay put

It might be hard for her to leave London after all these years, she's put down roots there.

put down to
to state the cause of a situation

I put the high crime rate down to the high unemployment.

put food on the table
To provide enough money to cover basic necessities

The middle class does not consider itself free form the concern of putting food on the table.

put forth
to give or supply; to make or create (implies trying or striving)

to put forth an effort.

put forward
To change the time in a time zone to a later time

Don't forget that this Sunday we put the clocks forward an hour.

put forward
To propose for consideration

The Prime Minister put forward new plans to tackle corruption.

put hair on somebody's chest
To make a person (especially a male) stronger or more masculine

When Lonnie Bushey was 6 he started drinking with his father who told him it would put hair on his chest and make him a man.

put hair on someone's chest
Alternative form of put hair on somebody's chest
put heads together
To collaborate in a mental task, such as generating ideas

I'm sure if we put our heads together we can come up with a solution.

put in
To place inside

Just put in the key for the ignition and turn it.

put in
To apply, request, or submit

I'm going to the bank to put in for a transfer.

put in place
To pass

Constitution and electoral law were finally put in place two months ago amidst opposition.

put in place
To set up

He doesn't know what puppet government to put in place.

put in place
To allocate

Means for modernization were put in place.

put in practice
Alternative form of put into practice
put in with
To commit to something with; to partner with
put into effect
To implement; to execute; to carry out
put into practice
To take a theory and make it a practical reality

But there remain two problems to resolve before the plan can be put into practice.

put off
offended, repulsed

The guest was quite put off by an odor.

put off
daunted or fazed

All but the most dedicated were put off by the huge task.

put off
to offend, repulse, or frighten

Almost drowning put him off swimming.

put off
To procrastinate

Don't put it off.

put off
to delay (a task, event, or deadline)

The storm put the game off by a week.

put on
To play (a recording)

Can you put on The Sound of Music? I'd like to see it again.

put on
To don (clothing, equipment, or the like)

She puts on an air of bravado.

put on
To initiate cooking or warming, especially on a stovetop

I'll put on some coffee for everybody.

put on
To prescribe a treatment for

The doctor put me on pills for my allergies.

put on
To perform for an audience

He's just putting on an act of innocence: he knows he's guilty.

put on
To fool, kid, deceive

She's putting on that she's sicker than she really is.

put on airs
to become haughty, to assume a haughty manner

Even Timothy, the jointed wooden lion, who was made by the disabled soldiers, and should have had broader views, put on airs and pretended he was connected with Government.

put on the dog
To dress up; to put on airs; to make a show of wealth and/or importance; to be pretentious
put on the red light
to advertise oneself as a prostitute
put on weight
To experience a weight gain, to increase in weight
put one foot in front of the other
To walk, decomposed to stress the fundamentality of the task
put one foot in front of the other
To move forward, progress steadily
put one over
To succeed in a deception
put one over
To fool, trick or deceive

The salesman tried to put one over on me.

put one past somebody
To deceive, trick, or fool, especially by concealing something

He tried to put one past the band director by giving her a jalapeño-flavored lollipop.

put one's affairs in order
To prepare for the end of one's life as one has lived it

The judge gave him ten days to put his affairs in order before beginning his sentence.

put one's ass on the line
to take a big risk

He put his ass on the line for his country and his family during the Second World War, but nobody seems to care about that anymore.

put one's back into
To make a strenuous effort to do something

When he puts his back into the work, he gets quite a lot done.

put one's best foot forward
To show oneself in the best or most positive way possible; to make a favorable impression

Try to put your best foot forward at all times during a job interview.

put one's feet up
to relax
put one's finger on
To identify, specify, name or pick out (usually negative)

There’s something wrong, but I can’t put my finger on it.

put one's foot down
To insist, demand, or refuse

I finally put my foot down and demanded to talk to someone in charge.

put one's foot down
To make a car go faster, accelerate
put one's foot in it
To make a mistake in public, or a social blunder, that is embarrassing, or offensive
put one's foot in one's mouth
To misspeak; to say something embarrassing or wrong

I really put my foot in my mouth during the interview.

put one's hands together
To clap; to applaud

Ladies and gentleman, put your hands together for Sir Elton John!.

put one's mind to it
To apply oneself; to exert a directed effort

You can do anything, if you put your mind to it.

put one's money where one's mouth is
To make or take a bet
put one's money where one's mouth is
More generally, to take an obvious stake in the truth of a claim that one is making
put one's pants on one leg at a time
To be a normal person

Remember, he puts his pants on one leg at a time, just like you.

put one's shoulder to the wheel
To work or exert oneself heavily or with full effort

When he got to law school he knew he'd have to put his shoulder to the wheel to succeed.

put one's trousers on one leg at a time
To be a normal person

Remember, he puts his trousers on one leg at a time, just like you.

put oneself across
To explain one's ideas and opinions clearly so that another person can understand them and get a picture of your personality

It is very important to put yourself across well at a job interview.

put oneself in someone's shoes
To try to look at a situation from a different point of view; as if one were the other person. To empathise

If you could just put yourself in his shoes for a moment, perhaps you would understand why it is not as easy as you seem to think.

put out
The statistic of the number of outs a defensive player directly caused

Jones recorded 15 put outs in the first half of the season.

put out
To consent to sex

This Grosso dated this woman a couple of times, and then, when she wouldn't put out for him, he beat her up and forced her.

put out
To cause a player on the offense to be out, especially of men on base
put out
Taking offense; indignant

He was put out at the mere suggestion of misconduct.

put out
To extinguish (a flame or light)

When I saw the coffin I knew that I was respited, for, as I judged, there was space between it and the wall behind enough to contain my little carcass; and in a second I had put out the candle, scrambled up the shelves, half-stunned my senses with dashing my head against the roof, and squeezed my body betwixt wall and coffin.

put out
To produce

The factory puts out 4000 units each day.

put out
To place outside or eject

Don’t forget to put out the cat.

put out
To injure a part of the body, especially a joint

Be careful with those scissors, or you'll put your eye out!.

put out feelers
To explore or watch for; ask around; investigate

I will put out feelers and see what I can find out about that.

put out of one's misery
To submit (a person or animal) to euthanasia
put outs
plural form of put out
put paid to
to terminate; to cancel (plans or expectations); to stop something once and for all

The rain put paid to our plans for a picnic.

put paid to
to mark a bill or a debt record as "paid"
put pen to paper
To write something (especially using pen and ink)
put pen to paper
To begin to write something
put somebody in his place
To bring somebody down; to humble or insult

His quips at the party aimed to put the CEO in his place.

put someone down as
to assume someone has a particular character from very little information

I put him down as ignorant, but then discovered he is, in fact, a university professor!.

put someone in mind of
To remind someone of; to inspire a mental image or awareness of; to cause thoughts concerning

With this weekend's whack of snow, Torontonians will be put in mind of last year's chaos.

put someone's back up
To annoy someone deliberately

You really put her back up there, John.

put something into perspective
To compare with something similar to give a clearer, more accurate idea

You can put your worries into perspective when you realise how many people in the world are so much worse off than you.

put that in your pipe and smoke it
Used after stating something surprising or undesired, to emphasize its truth. Also used after refuting an argument. Sometimes an adjective is inserted before pipe

There's plenty of room for improvement in it, I don't deny; but it's my belief, Snap, if you was to try to do some of the improvement, you'd find you'd such a lot to do in your own self that you'd begin to doubt whether you was quite a proper judge about other folk's badness. Put that in your pipe, old boy, and smoke it. Good night, Snap; we'll be going now, sir, if it's convenient..

put the bee on
to finish off, to beat
put the bee on
to beg; to borrow money from
put the boot in
To kick someone when they are down
put the boot in
To kick a fallen opponent
put the cart before the horse
To put things in the wrong order or with the wrong priorities; to put something inconsequential as more important than something more essential

Mr. Schumer said that the idea of agreeing to a date for a vote before the committee had held hearings was to put the cart before horse..

put the cat among the pigeons
To cause alarm

Professor Stephen Hawking put the cat among the pigeons last week with his cheery remarks about comet Machholz-2, which some astronomers believe could be heading our way. — The Times, 19 September 1994.

put the clock back
To change the time in a time zone to an earlier time

Don't forget that this Sunday we put the clocks back an hour.

put the clock forward
To change the time in a time zone to a later time

Don't forget that this Sunday we put the clocks forward an hour.

put the feedbag on
To dine; to eat

Well, gang, it's time to gather around the table and put the feedbag on.

put the hammer down
To drive quickly; to step on the accelerator
put the kibosh on
To halt, stop, or squelch

Someone really needs to go put the kibosh on that noisy party.

put the make on
To pursue with romantic interest, especially in an aggressive, sexually suggestive manner

His girl—the one he has been trying unsuccessfully to put the make on—hears the longing and the edge of desperation in his voice and kisses him on the cheek.

put the pedal to the metal
To exert maximum effort
put the pedal to the metal
To press the gas pedal to the maximum extent
put the plug in the jug
To cease drinking alcohol; to become teetotal
put the shits up someone
To scare someone, or give them a fright

He would put the shits up me by phoning me in the middle of the night.

put the wind up
To frighten or disturb
put through
To pass the ball to (someone) giving them a one-on-one scoring opportunity
put through
to cause to endure

After all the grief my wife has put me through, I wonder why I'm still with her.

put through
to connect

Please hold the line a moment while I put you through to the sales office.

put through its paces
To test completely; to exercise the full range of abilities or functions

Before buying the car, we put it through its paces.

put through the wringer
To interrogate or scrutinize closely; to subject to some trial or ordeal

They really put each candidate through the wringer before choosing one to hire.

put to
To ask or pose a question

I'll put it to the committee and see what they say.

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