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Phrasal Verbs Put
He put the point across very well and everybody agreed with him.
It's time for dinner, so put your things away until later.
He put the pills back in the bottle after he had counted them.
She has some money put by for when she gets married
The rebellion was put down by the Army.
He put down everything I said
He put forward a very controversial idea which had little chance of beign accepted.
He put in a claim for overtime. She put in an application for a job as a nurse.
submit(a claim, an application)
Interns often put in sixteen hours work a day
She put in an appearance at the party, but didn't stay.
The meeting has been put off until next week
She's always trying to put me off doing what I want to do.
Put off the light when you leave the room
I take off my clothes when I go to bed and put them on when I get up
Put the light on. I can't see.
She's very much fatter. I wonder how much weiht she's put on
If they had put the light out, there wouldn't have been a fire which needed putting out.
switch off, extinguish
The students were very put out when the demonstration was canceled.
That man put his shoulder out playing football
The telephone operator put me through almost immediately
Many farmers have put their prices up since the bad weather damaged their crops.
A temporary structure was put up for the exhibition
Don't worry about getting home after the party. I can put you up.
provide a bed
The old man couldn't live, but he put up a good fight.
Put up with
The hospital was near a main street so the patients had to put up with a lot of noise