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Translation of "put" - English-Turkish dictionary

put

verb [T]     /pʊt/ ( present participle putting, past tense and past participle put)
put sth down/in/on, etc
A1 to move something to a place or position koymak, yerleştirmek Where have you put the keys? She put her bag on the floor. You can put your coat in the car. He put his arm around her.Placing and positioning an object
put sb in a mood/position, etc
B2 to cause someone or something to be in a particular situation sokmak, koymak, düşürmek, yapmak They'd had an argument and it had put her in a bad mood. This puts me in a very difficult position.Causing things to happen
SAY
to say something using particular words belli kelimelerle söylemek I don't know quite how to put this, but I'm leaving.Remarks and remarkingExpressing and asking opinions
WRITE
A2 to write something yazmak, kaleme almak Please put your name on the list by Monday evening.Writing and typing
(Definition of put from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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