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Definición de “put” en inglés


verb [T + adv/prep] (MOVE)    /pʊt/ (present participle putting, past tense and past participle put)
A1 to move something or someone into the stated place , position , or direction : Where have you put the keys ? Put your clothes in the cupboard . He put salt into the sugar bowl by mistake . She put her bag on the table . She put her hands over her eyes . I put my arm round him to comfort him. We always put the cat out (= outside the house ) at night . Every night , she puts out her clothes (= takes them from where they are kept so that they are ready ) for the next day . If we put the chairs a bit closer together (= move them nearer to each other), we should be able to get another one round the table . If you put together (= mix ) yellow and blue paint you get green . The prisoners were put up against (= moved into a position next to) a wall and shot .Placing and positioning an object Gramática:PutThe irregular verb put means ‘move something into a particular place’. The past simple form is put and the -ed form is put:
(Definition of put verb (MOVE) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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