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  • He put words to the band's five songs and wrote several more.
  • Now struck with fear, her father ordered her to be put to death.
  • The process of birth itself may also put the mother at risk.
  • Naturally one might wonder to what use this information should be put.
  • He put us on his back and carried us.
  • Putting both her hands up, she looks to the right of the image.
  • When things did not progress quickly toward that end, he put the team up for sale.
  • Another way of putting it states that the mind has the same form as reality.
  • Game theory has been put to several uses in philosophy.
  • He wanted to get away from us by putting on speed.
  • As a result, the series was put on hold.
  • The date of the ceremony where his star will be put in place has yet to be announced.
  • This campaign ended before it was even put into place, with his assassination.
  • Thus the better put together solid structures will require more energy to break apart.
  • A sports management game puts the player in the role of team manager.
  • The constitution was put in place to put a check to these powers.
  • The second time he put it down, the horn was still full.
  • The final concept puts an end to our need to always be right.
  • A player may not make any move that would put or leave his or her king in check.
  • If she did not and put it beside her, she rejected his proposal.
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Meaning of put

  • verb Put into a certain place or abstract location
    Put your things here, Set the tray down, Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children, Place emphasis on a certain point
  • verb Cause to be in a certain state; cause to be in a certain relation
    That song put me in awful good humor, put your ideas in writing
  • verb Attribute or give
    She put too much emphasis on her the last statement, He put all his efforts into this job, The teacher put an interesting twist to the interpretation of the story
  • verb Cause (someone) to undergo something
    He put her to the torture
  • verb Adapt
    put these words to music