English definition of “put”
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/pʊt/ (putting, put, put)
› [T] to express something in words: I hate these designs, but I don't know how to put it in a tactful way. We're going to have to work very hard, but as Chris so succinctly put it, there's no gain without pain.
› [T] to cause someone or something to be in a particular condition or situation: put sb in a difficult/awkward/embarrassing, etc. position This puts me in a very difficult position.put sth into effect/practice Let's give her the chance to put her ideas into practice. I don't know what the problem is, but we have two days to put it right.put sb under pressure/strain/stress He put me under pressure to change my mind.put sb out of business/work/a job Unemployment benefits for those put out of work have been extended for six months.
put a price/value/figure on sth › to say what you think the price or value of something is: They've put a price of €2 million on the factory.
to put it bluntly/simply/briefly, etc. › to express something in a particular way: To put it bluntly, you're going to have to improve.
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Translations of “put”
||놓다, (글을) 쓰다, (어떤 상황에) 처하게 하다…
||يَضَع, يَكتُب, يَضع…
||mettre, soumettre, exprimer…
||belli kelimelerle söylemek, yazmak, kaleme almak…
||mettere, mettere (per scritto)…
|in Chinese (Traditional)
||移動, 把…放在, 放置…
||излагать, выражать, писать…
||ujmować, wyrażać, umieszczać…
||poner, colocar, presentar…
||colocar, pôr, escrever…
||stellen, legen, tun…
||posar, col·locar, escriure…
||～を置く, ～を記入する, 書く…
|in Chinese (Simplified)
||移动, 把…放在, 放置…