Phrasal Verbs with PUT in English

Phrasal Verbs with PUT in English, phrasal verbs put, definitions and example sentences;



 

Phrasal Verbs with PUT in English




Put up with

sb/sth means to tolerate

I don’t know why she puts up with him.

 

Put on

means to dress

Put your shoes on – We are going out.

 

Put down

means to insult

My boss is always putting me down.

 

Put off (1)

means to distract

Don’t put me off – I’m trying to concentrate.

 




Put away

means to tidy

Put your toys away now.

 

Put through

to connect sb by phone

Could you put me through to him, please?

 

Put by

means to save money

We’ll start to put by extra some pounds every month.

 

Put off (2)

means to delay

He decided to put the meeting off until Friday.


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  1. Emma December 25, 2018
  2. Emma December 25, 2018