put in

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English - Turkish
geçirmek (vakit)
içeri sokmak
olay çıkarmak
araya girmek
(deyim) sarf etmek veya ayırmak (zaman,enerji vb.)
(Dilbilim) burnunu sokmak
(Dilbilim) lafa karışmak
(Dilbilim) lafı kesmek
diye eklemek
(Dilbilim) kurmak
(Dilbilim) tesis etmek
geçirmek (zaman)
içeri koymak
limana girmek
ilave etmek
(deyim) sözünü kesmek. put sth. in
gelmek (istasyona)
(deyim) tesisat yapmak. put in for sth. rica etmek,istemek. put one's (own) house in order islerini duzene koymak put in appearance [kd] soyle bir gorunup gidivermek put someone in the picture [kd] birini ir seyden haberdar etmek,birine sorunu tam olarak anlatmak put someone in his proper place [kd] birine haddini bildirmek put someone/sth. in the shade [kd] golgede birakmak,bastirmak put one's oar in [kd] istenilmedigi yer de ise karismak,burnunu sokmak
(bir iş için) (zaman) harcamak
put in order
put in order
put in order
hale yola koymak
put in order
adam etmek
put in order
çekidüzen vermek
put in order
put in order
put in order
düzene koymak
put in order
düzene sokmak
put in for
adaylığını koymak
put in for
için başvurmak
put in charge
sorumluluk vermek
put in place
devreye sokmak
put in for
put in for
için başvurmak/müracaat etmek
put in order
sıraya koymak
English - English
To place inside

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

To apply, request, or submit

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

to insert between other elements; "She interjected clever remarks"
devote (time, effort, etc ) to a task; "He put in three hours every day at the hospital"
keep or lay aside for future use; "store grain for the winter"; "The bear stores fat for the period of hibernation when he doesn't eat"
enter; let something/someone enter
make an application as for a job or funding; "We put in a grant to the NSF"
If you put in an amount of time or effort doing something, you spend that time or effort doing it. They've put in time and effort to keep the strike going If we don't put money in we will lose our investment
If you put in a remark, you interrupt someone or add to what they have said with the remark. `He was a lawyer before that,' Mary Ann put in
break into a conversation; "her husband always chimes in, even when he is not involved in the conversation"
devote time, effort, etc
to a task; "He put in three hours every day at the hospital
When a ship puts in or puts into a port, it goes into the port for a short stop. It's due to put in at Aden and some other ports before arriving in Basra
introduce; "Insert your ticket here"
set up for use; "install the washer and dryer"; "We put in a new sink"
make an application as for a job or funding; "We put in a grant to the NSF" devote time, effort, etc
If you put in a request or put in for something, you formally request or apply for that thing. The ministry ordered 113 of these and later put in a request for 21 more I decided to put in for a job as deputy secretary
A transliteration of a Russian surname

Vladimir Putin, Russian president.

put in place
To allocate

Means for modernization were put in place.

put in place
To set up

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

put in place
To pass

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

{i} Vladimir Putin (born 1952), Russian politician, former KGB agent, president of the Russian Federation (elected June, 2000)
A Russian surname
Vladimir Putin, Russian president
put in order
tidy up, make things neat
Russian statesman chosen as president of the Russian Federation in 2000; formerly director of the Federal Security Bureau (born in 1952)
put in

    Turkish pronunciation

    pût în


    /ˈpo͝ot ən/ /ˈpʊt ɪn/


    [ 'put ] (verb.) 12th century. From put + in


    ... the sanctions that we put in place help make this opportunity pass ...
    ... shows he just hasn't been able to cut the deficit, to put in place reforms for Medicare ...

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