Focus on the pronunciation of put
English definition of “put”
/pʊt/ v [T always + adv/prep] (present participle putting, past tense and past participle put) (MOVE)
› to move something or someone into the stated place, position, or direction: She put her arm around him. Put your clothes in the closet. When you set the table, put the soup spoons next to the knives. She put her coffee cup on the table. The movie was so scary that she put her hands over her eyes. put someone to bed › If you put someone to bed, you dress the person in the clothes worn for sleeping and see that the person gets into bed: I’ll call back after I put the kids to bed.