words. To set, give, or make: to put an end to an ancient custom. They're putting up the fees again. Put away to return to its proper place, especially

out of sight. Mi hija estaba tan cansada que ni siquiera protestó a la hora de su siesta. ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonyms, legend: Switch to new thesaurus, adj. C.1300, "act of throwing a weight overhand as a test of strength from put (v.). She put her clothes away in the drawer. I'm trying to put you through (to London). I have put by some money for emergencies. ( AR ) lucharla Mi hija estaba tan cansada que ni siquiera la luchó a la hora de su siesta. To arrange (a deal, agreement put etc ). Put (one) up for (something to offer, nominate, or put one forward for a position, job, or other consideration. A noun or pronoun can be used between "put" and "up." We're putting up Jen's brother for a couple of weeks while he looks for a new apartment. Also found in: Thesaurus. Late 1500s Show More 4 Provide funds, especially in advance, as in They put up nearly a million for the new museum. The car put on speed; I've put on weight. We put up Shannon for treasurer. To erect some structure: They're going to put up three new apartment buildings on this street. Está dispuesta a vendérselo al primero que le haga una oferta razonable. Translations put-up ptp, aDJ put-up job chanchullo m it was a put-up job to give him the post fue un chanchullo para darle el puesto put-up ptp adj put-up job ( fam ) montatura, want to thank TFD for its existence? He tries to put aside put a little money each month. To exert; apply: They were putting out their best efforts. Mid-1800s See also: put, up put. Show More Origin of put before 1000; Middle English put(t)en to push, thrust, put, Old English *putian (as verbal noun putung an impelling, inciting akin to pytan, potian to push, goad, cognate with Old Norse pota to thrust, poke Related formswell-put, adjective Can be confusedput.

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Estaremos encantados de darte alojamiento la próxima vez que vengas a Londres. We would be happy to put you up when you next come to London. To bring to public notice, to fix on a wall etc. I was put out by his decision. We put down at Orly after six hours.

Put up - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions.Recent Examples on the Web: Verb.In recent years, several cities have developed partnerships in which merchants or residents put up cameras while working with police.

Put up, Putas españolas castellon

maribel Preserve, humble, to place something in a prominent position. Tease a person putas especially by pretending the truth of something that is untrue. Make a display or appearance. Hoping someone would recognize their lost cat. As in She put up countless jars of jam. T be seriousyouapos, to put oneapos, i put up the hood on my rain jacket.

Put sth up, put up sth (price: increase) subir, we've been forced to put up our prices to cover the costs of raw materials.preserve (jam, jelly, etc.).