- What is another word for put out?
- How do you use the word put?
- What does it mean to put up with someone?
- What is the opposite of put out?
- What is the phrasal verb of put off?
- What is the word for putting out a fire?
- What does exasperate mean?
- What is the meaning of the phrase put out?
- What does easy mean sexually?
- What is the phrasal verb of put up?
- Where do you put off meaning?
What is another word for put out?
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How do you use the word put?
When you put something in a particular place or position, you move it into that place or position.Leaphorn put the photograph on the desk. [ VERB noun preposition/adverb]She hesitated, then put her hand on Grace’s arm. [ VERB noun preposition/adverb]Mishka put down a heavy shopping bag. [ VERB noun with adverb]
What does it mean to put up with someone?
Meaning of put up with someone/something in English to be willing to accept someone or something that is unpleasant or not desirable: I don’t know why she puts up with him.
What is the opposite of put out?
▲ Opposite of to formally send out or put into circulation. keep secret. conceal. suppress.
What is the phrasal verb of put off?
This means to postpone doing something; to do something at a later date. Here are three more examples: “I keep putting off going to the dentist.” “My friends boss has put off the meeting until tomorrow.”
What is the word for putting out a fire?
Words related to extinguish snuff out, quench, stamp out, smother, suffocate, douse, wipe out, annihilate, exterminate, suppress, obliterate, quell, erase, eliminate, abate, destroy, eradicate, trample, drown, stifle.
What does exasperate mean?
verb (used with object), ex·as·per·at·ed, ex·as·per·at·ing. to irritate or provoke to a high degree; annoy extremely: He was exasperated by the senseless delays. Archaic. to increase the intensity or violence of (disease, pain, feelings, etc.).
What is the meaning of the phrase put out?
transitive usually in negatives or questions(put someone out) to cause problems or difficulties for someone by making them do something for you. It would be lovely to stay with you, but I don’t want to put you out. Synonyms and related words. + To cause problems for someone or something.
What does easy mean sexually?
adjective. someone who is sexually promiscuous. You can get her into bed, she’s easy.
What is the phrasal verb of put up?
put somethingup 1to raise something or put it in a higher position to put up a flag She’s put her hair up.
Where do you put off meaning?
(DELAY) to delay or move an activity to a later time, or to stop or prevent someone from doing something: The meeting has been put off for a week. He keeps asking me out, and I keep putting him off.