LISTAS DE VOCABULARIO PARA APRENDER INGLÉS

VERBOS COMPUESTOS CON "PUT"

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PUT AWAY
(separable) to discard; renounce
Let's put away our worries, and live for the moment.

PUT AWAY
(separable) to consume
I watched Max put away several hamburgers in just a few minutes.

PUT AWAY
(separable) to confine; incarcerate; imprison
The government put Sherman away for a year for having the wrong information on his website.

PUT BACK
(separable) to place something where it was previously
When you finish the milk, please don't put the empty container back in the fridge.

PUT DOWN
(separable) to insult or make disparaging remarks about someone
I feel sorry for Max. Everytime he and Mary get together with their friends Mary puts him down in front of everybody.

PUT DOWN
(separable) to kill a sick or injured animal (usually out of mercy)
The vet said it was necessary to put down the race horse because of its broken leg.

PUT OFF
(separable) to postpone
Many students put off doing their homework until it is almost too late.

PUT ON
(separable) to dress oneself with; to wear; to don
Mary put her best dress on.

PUT ON
(separable) to produce; perform
The theater group put on a great show.

PUT ON
(separable) to fool; mislead for amusement
You're putting me on!

PUT OUT
(separable) to extinguish
The firefighters put the fire out.

PUT OUT
(separable) to publish; issue
The government put out a news brief to misinform the public.

PUT OUT
(separable) to exert, extend
The workers put out considerable effort to get the job done on time.

PUT OUT
(separable) to expel
Please put the cat out.

PUT THROUGH
(separable) to implement; bring to a successful conclusion
The committee was unable to put through any reforms on campaign financing.

PUT THROUGH
(separable) to make a telephone connection for
Operator, put me through to the president!

PUT UP
(separable) to raise; erect; build
The construction workers put the buildings up in just a few days.

PUT UP
(separable) to accommodate; provide food a shelter to
The government put the refugees up in temporary housing.

PUT UP WITH
(inseparable) to tolerate
Max has great difficulty putting up with noisy children.



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