put s.t. down

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bir şeyi kaydetmek/not etmek/yazmak
kaparo
bir şeyi (indirerek) bırakmak/yere koymak; bir şeyi (aşağı bir yere) koymak
put down
öldürmek (hayvan)
put down
indirmek
put down
tenkit etmek
put down
not etmek
put down
denetim altına almak
put down
aşağı koymak, yere koymak, indirmek
put down
küçümsemek; küçük düşürmek
put down
kaydetmek, yazmak
put down
(isyan v.b.'ni) bastırmak
put down
azaltmak
put down
düşürmek
put down
yazmak

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

put down
ucuzlatmak
put down
değer biçmek
put down
koymak

Köpeği yere koymak zorundaydık. - We had to put down the dog.

put down
yüklemek
put down
eleştirmek
put down
tahmin etmek
put down
kısmak
put down
yere koymak

Köpeği yere koymak zorundaydık. - We had to put down the dog.

put down
(Fiili Deyim ) kağıda yazı yazmak
put down
sanmak
put down
bastırmak
put down
(deyim) put someone down (kd) eleştirmek, kötülemek. put sth. down to sth. hamletmek, ...-e vermek. put down roots bir yere yerlesmek
İngilizce - İngilizce

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

We put down a $1,000 deposit.

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 halt, eliminate, stop, or squelch, often by force

The government quickly put down an insurrection.

put down
To insult, belittle, or demean

Just because we get around.

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
To write something

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

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

The taxi put him down outside the hotel.

put down
Alternative spelling of put-down
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 add a name to a list

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

put down
To land an aircraft

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

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 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 cease, temporarily or permanently, reading (a book)

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

put down
reduce in worth or character, usually verbally; "She tends to put down younger women colleagues"; "His critics took him down after the lecture"
put down
If you put down some money, you pay part of the price of something, and will pay the rest later. He bought an investment property for $100,000 and put down $20,000 He's got to put cash down
put down
leave or unload, especially of passengers or cargo
put down
put in a horizontal position; "lay the books on the table"; "lay the patient carefully onto the bed"
put down
If you put something down somewhere, you write or type it there. Never put anything down on paper which might be used in evidence against you at a later date We've put down on our staff development plan for this year that we would like some technology courses I had prepared for the meeting by putting down what I wanted from them
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When an animal is put down, it is killed because it is dangerous or very ill. Magistrates ordered his dog Samson to be put down immediately They think that any legislation that involved putting down dogs was wrong
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When soldiers, police, or the government put down a riot or rebellion, they stop it by using force. Soldiers went in to put down a rebellion
put down
put down in writing; of texts, musical compositions, etc
put down
make a record of; set down in permanent form
put down
cause to sit or seat or be in a settled position or place; "set down your bags here"
put down
place or set down; write down, put to print; crush, repress (riots); humiliate, belittle (Slang); kill or destroy (animals); disgrace, shame, crushing retort
put down
cause to come to the ground; "the pilot managed to land the airplane safely"
put down
If someone puts you down, they treat you in an unpleasant way by criticizing you in front of other people or making you appear foolish. I know that I do put people down occasionally Racist jokes come from wanting to put down other kinds of people we feel threatened by. see also put-down
put s.t. down