put

put

Перевод:

Verb: ставить помещать класть вкладывать
Adjective: положенный
Noun: опцион толчок метание толкание

Фразы:

to put one's best foot / leg foremost - делать всё от себя зависящее

to put in the highest bid for smth. - предложить самую высокую цену за что-л.

to put a wet blanket on smb., to throw a wet blanket over smb. - охлаждать чей-л. пыл

to put on the blast - включать дутьё

to put on blow - подавать дутье

to bring out / publish / put out a book - опубликовать произведение

to put on a boot - надеть ботинок

to put in one's bosom - положить за пазуху

to put / set bounds (to) - ограничивать

to put (a word) into brackets - поместить слово в скобки

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Примеры:

Put the book on the table! - Положите книгу на стол!

I put her age at 33. - Думаю, ей тридцать три. / Я дал бы ей тридцать три.

Put the car in the garage. - Поставь машину в гараж.

He put it mildly. - Он очень мягко выразился.

Why are you trying to put the blame on me? - Почему ты пытаешься свалить вину на меня?

He put $20 on the favorite. - Он поставил двадцать долларов на фаворита.

She put her mind to the problem. - Она начала размышлять над проблемой.

Can I put a question to you? - Можно задать вам вопрос?

Please put your toys away. - Пожалуйста, убери игрушки.

He put the coffee on the table. - Он поставил кофе на стол.

I wouldn't put it that way. - Я бы так не говорил. / Я бы выразился иначе.

He tried to put me at my ease. - Он попытался успокоить меня.

Put up your hand if you know the answer. - Кто знает ответ, пусть поднимет руку.

The question was well put. - Вопрос был поставлен /задан, сформулирован/ правильно.

I put the keys on the table. - Я положил ключи на стол.

He put his money into land. - Он вложил свои деньги в земельную собственность.

It is put in black and white! - Да ведь это же написано чёрным по белому!

Put the book back where you found it. - Положи эту книгу туда, где ты её нашёл.

It's time he was put to school. - Пора определить его в школу.

The notice was put above the door. - Объявление было приклеено над дверью.

I don't want to put you in danger. - Я не хочу подвергать вас опасности.

Politics puts me to sleep. - От политики меня клонит в сон /я засыпаю/.

He put the proposal to his wife. - Он изложил это предложение своей жене.

He put his heavy bag down on the ground. - Он поставил свою тяжёлую сумку на пол.

Who put the police onto our plan? - Кто рассказал полиции о наших планах?

His new invention was put to use. - Его новое изобретение было внедрено в практику.

He put his phone number on a napkin. - Он написал номер своего телефона на салфетке.

He put her to the torture. - Он подверг её пытке.

Where did you put the programmes? - Куда ты положил телепрограмму?

Some companies put profit before safety. - Некоторые компании ставят прибыль выше безопасности /пренебрегают безопасностью ради прибыли/.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you put something about, you tell it to people that you meet and cause it to become well-known.

When you put something across or put it over, you succeed in describing or explaining it to someone.

If you put something aside, you keep it to be dealt with or used at a later time.

If you put something away, you put it into the place where it is normally kept when it is not being used, for example in a drawer.

To put something back means to delay it or arrange for it to happen later than you previously planned.

If you put money by, you save it so that you can use it later.

If you put something down somewhere, you write or type it there.

If you put someone or something down as a particular type of person or thing, you consider that they are that thing.

If you put someone down for something, you write down their name and the fact that they are going to do, give, or buy that thing.

If you put something down to a particular thing, you believe that it is caused by that thing.

If someone puts forth a plan or proposal, they suggest it.

If you put forward a plan, proposal, or name, you suggest that it should be considered for a particular purpose or job.

If you put in an amount of time or effort doing something, you spend that time or effort doing it.

If you put something off, you delay doing it.

When you put on clothing or make-up, you place it on your body in order to wear it.

If you put someone onto something useful, you tell them about it.

If you put out an announcement or story, you make it known to a lot of people.

to communicate (facts, information, etc) comprehensibly

When someone puts through someone who is making a phone call, they make the connection that allows the phone call to take place.

If you put something together, you join its different parts to each other so that it can be used.

If people put up a wall, building, tent, or other structure, they construct it so that it is upright.

If you put something up for sale or auction, for example, you make it available to be sold or auctioned.

If you put someone up to something wrong or foolish or something which they would not normally do, you suggest that they do it and you encourage them to do it.

If you put up with something, you tolerate or accept it, even though you find it unpleasant or unsatisfactory.

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Связанные термины:

put option: to cause to be (in a position or place)

put-put: a light chugging or popping sound, as made by a petrol engine

put by: If you put money by, you save it so that you can use it later .

put in: If you put in an amount of time or effort doing something, you spend that time or effort doing it.

put on: When you put on clothing or make-up, you place it on your body in order to wear it.

put up: If people put up a wall, building, tent, or other structure, they construct it so that it is upright .

put off: If you put something off, you delay doing it.

put out: If you put out an announcement or story, you make it known to a lot of people.

hard put: scarcely having the capacity (to do something)

put about: If you put something about, you tell it to people that you meet and cause it to become well-known .

put ahead: to reset the hands of (a clock ) to a later time

put aside: If you put something aside, you keep it to be dealt with or used at a later time.

put away: If you put something away, you put it into the place where it is normally kept when it is not being used, for example in a drawer .

put back: To put something back means to delay it or arrange for it to happen later than you previously planned .

put down: If you put something down somewhere, you write or type it there.

put forth: If someone puts forth a plan or proposal, they suggest it.

put onto: If you put someone onto something useful, you tell them about it.

put over: to communicate (facts, information, etc) comprehensibly

put upon: If you are put-upon, you are treated badly by someone who takes advantage of your willingness to help them.

put wise: to inform or warn (of)

shot put: In athletics, the shot put is a competition in which people throw a heavy metal ball as far as possible.

stay put: If you stay put, you remain somewhere .

put across: When you put something across or put it over, you succeed in describing or explaining it to someone.

put forward: If you put forward a plan, proposal, or name, you suggest that it should be considered for a particular purpose or job .

put it on: to make a pretentious show; pretend or exaggerate

put on to: to connect by telephone

put-putted: a light chugging or popping sound, as made by a petrol engine

put-putting: a light chugging or popping sound, as made by a petrol engine

put through: When someone puts through someone who is making a phone call, they make the connection that allows the phone call to take place.

put to it: to place in a difficult situation ; press hard

put up to: If you put someone up to something wrong or foolish or something which they would not normally do, you suggest that they do it and you encourage them to do it.

put in for: to request or apply for

put to bed: to finalize work on (a newspaper, magazine, etc) so that it is ready to go to press

put together: If you put something together, you join its different parts to each other so that it can be used.

put to sea: to embark on a sea voyage

put to use: to use; find a use for

put up for: If you put something up for sale or auction, for example, you make it available to be sold or auctioned.

put-up job: a plan or an event that has been arranged secretly in order to trick or deceive somebody

put-you-up: a spare bed with a folding mattress or legs for ease of storage when not in use

put down as: If you put someone or something down as a particular type of person or thing, you consider that they are that thing.

put down for: If you put someone down for something, you write down their name and the fact that they are going to do, give, or buy that thing.

put down to: If you put something down to a particular thing, you believe that it is caused by that thing.

put flesh on: If you put flesh on something, you add details and more information to it.

put in mind: to remind

put it there: You say ' Put it there! ' to someone when you are asking them to shake hands with you, because you agree with them or want to congratulate them.

put money on: to place a bet on

put paid to: to end or destroy

put to death: to kill deliberately or execute

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Однокоренные слова:

put about - беспокоить, сделать поворот, лечь на другой галс, распространять, волновать
put across - провернуть, перевозить, переправлять, обманывать, надувать
put aside - отложить, откладывать в сторону, стараться не замечать, копить
put away - убирать, оставлять, откладывать, прятать, отказываться, помещать, съедать, убивать
put back - класть обратно, ставить на место, возвращаться, ставить обратно, задерживать
put by - откладывать про запас, откладывать на черный день, стараться не замечать
put down - подавлять, опустить, записывать, класть, унижать, опускать, заносить, осадить
put forth - пускать, пускаться, напрягать, использовать, пускать в обращение
put forward - выдвигать, выставлять, предлагать, продвигать, содействовать, передвигать вперед
put in - вставлять, ставить, вложить, вводить, подавать, представлять, предъявлять
put off - откладывать, отчаливать, ссадить, отделываться, мешать, вызывать отвращение
put on - надевать, ставить, использовать, облекаться, прибавлять, прибавляться, применять
put out - тушить, выпускать, гасить, загасить, конфузить кого-л.
put over - переправить, переправиться, откладывать, успешно осуществить
put through - соединять, выполнять, заканчивать
put up - мириться, терпеть, вкладывать, ставить, поднимать, выставлять, вывешивать
put upon - обременять, обманывать

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