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Translation of "put sth on" - English-Russian dictionary

put sth on

phrasal verb with put
 
 
/pʊt/ verb [T] ( present participle putting, past tense and past participle put)
CLOTHES A2 to put clothes or shoes onto your body
надевать
You'd better put your coat on, it's cold outside. Putting clothes on
EQUIPMENT mainly UK B1 to make a piece of equipment work by pressing a switch
включать
Can you put the light on please?Electrical switches and connections
BEHAVIOUR to pretend to have a particular feeling, or to behave in a way which is not real or natural for you
притворяться
He's not really upset, he's just putting it on.Cheating and trickingPlotting and trappingFaking and pretending
MUSIC/FILM A2 to put a CD or other recording into a machine so that you can see or hear it
поставить (пластинку и т. д.)
Why don't you put on some music?Playing musicSinging in general
put on weight UK B1 to become fatter and heavier
толстеть
Fat or well-built
(Definition of put sth on from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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