Phrasal Verbs with PUT

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Below we have a list of Phrasal verbs that begin with PUT and then an explanation of each one with some examples.

This is not a complete list. We will add more Phrasal Verbs with PUT when we can.

Put Aside

(to put something aside)

1. = to save (especially money/time)

2. = to reserve something for a customer to collect later.

3. = to ignore or forget something.

Put away

(to put something away)

1. = to store, to tidy. to put something in a box, drawer etc because you have finished using it.

2. = to save money to spend later.

3. = to put somebody into prison. (informal)

Put off

(to put something off)

1. = to postpone. To leave or delay something for another time in the future.

2. = to decide to do something later than when you planned to do it.

Put out

1. (to put something out) = to extinguish, to stop something from burning.

Put through

1. (to put someone through) = to connect somebody by telephone.

2. (to put someone through something) = to make someone experience something very difficult or unpleasant.

Put up

1. (to put somebody up) = provide food and accommodation for someone in your home.

Put up with

1. = to tolerate. (to tolerate is more formal than to put up with)

2. = to accept an annoying situation or behaviour.

This is not a complete list. We will add more Phrasal Verbs with PUT when we can.

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