Phrasal Verbs with Put: List II
Certainly! Here are the remaining phrasal verbs with their example sentences: Put on: Assume, adopt or affect; to behave in a particular way as a pretense
He put on a brave face despite feeling scared.
They decided to put on a professional demeanor during the job interview.
She would often put on a cheerful attitude to hide her true feelings.
Put on: Play (a recording)
He put on his favorite album and enjoyed the music.
They put on a live performance by their favorite band.
She decided to put on a podcast while doing household chores.
Put on: Initiate cooking or warming, especially on a stovetop
They put on a pot of water to boil for pasta.
He asked her to put on some coffee for their guests.
She planned to put on a stew for dinner in the slow cooker.
Put on: Perform for an audience
They put on a spectacular dance performance at the theater.
He loves to put on magic shows to entertain his friends.
She was excited to put on a solo singing performance at the concert.
Put oneself across: Explain one’s ideas and opinions clearly so that another person can understand them and get a picture of your personality
He was able to put himself across effectively during the job interview.
They worked on their presentation skills to put themselves across in meetings.
She practiced how to put herself across in a persuasive manner during debates.
Put out: Place outside or eject
They put out the trash bins for collection.
He put out the firecracker in a safe location.
She asked him to put out the cat that was scratching the furniture.
Put out: Produce
The bakery put out fresh bread every morning.
They put out a new edition of the magazine every month.
He decided to put out a statement clarifying the rumors.
Put out: Injure a part of the body, especially a joint
He put out his back while lifting heavy boxes.
They accidentally put out their wrist while playing basketball.
She twisted her ankle and put it out while hiking.
Put out: Extinguish (a flame or light)
He put out the candles after the birthday cake was blown.
They had to put out the fire in the fireplace before leaving the house.
She realized she forgot to put out the lights before going to bed.
Put over: State, or explain a concept in a clear, understandable manner
He was able to put over his point of view during the debate.
They worked on how to put the message over to the audience effectively.
She tried her best to put her ideas over during the presentation.
Put past: Conclude that (someone) would not do something
They couldn't put it past him to play a practical joke on April Fool's Day.
He wouldn't put it past them to come up with an elaborate plan for the surprise party.
She didn't put it past her friend to arrive late to the meeting.
Put through: Connect
He put her through to the customer service representative.
They asked the operator to put the call through to the manager's office.
She dialed the number and waited for the receptionist to put her through to the doctor.
Put through: Cause to endure
The team's coach put them through rigorous training sessions.
They were put through a series of challenging tests to prove their skills.
She had to put herself through long hours of studying to pass the exam.
Put to: Ask or pose a question, or make a proposal
He decided to put the question to her and ask if she would marry him.
They put the proposal to the board of directors for their consideration.
She wanted to put a suggestion to the committee during the meeting.
Put together: Assemble, construct, build or formulate
They worked together to put together a puzzle.
He used the instructions to put the furniture together.
She needed to put together a report summarizing the findings.
Put towards: Make a financial contribution
They decided to put some money towards a family vacation.
He put a portion of his earnings towards a charity organization.
She wanted to put her savings towards buying a new car.
Put up: Place in a high location
He put up the painting on the wall.
They put up a shelf in the kitchen for additional storage.
She decided to put up the photographs on a bulletin board.
Put up: Hang or mount
He put up a sign outside the store to attract customers.
They put up decorations for the holiday season.
She helped put up the posters for the upcoming concert.
Put up: Cajole or dare to do something
He tried to put her up to sing karaoke at the party.
They put him up to try the spicy food challenge.
She dared her friends to put themselves up for a skydiving adventure.
Put up: Store away
He put up his winter clothes in the attic during the summer months.
They decided to put up the camping gear in the garage until their next trip.
She carefully put up the delicate china in a safe place.
Put up: House, shelter, or take in
He offered to put up his cousin for the weekend.
They agreed to put up the stranded hikers until help arrived.
She decided to put up her friends visiting from out of town.
Put up: Present, especially in "put up a fight"
He decided to put up a strong defense in court.
They were determined to put up a good fight in the boxing match.
She was willing to put up an argument to defend her point of view.
Put up: Provide funds in advance
He agreed to put up the money for the startup costs of the business.
They decided to put up the funds for the construction project.
She offered to put up the cash for the group's travel expenses.
Put up: Make available, to offer
He decided to put up his car for sale.
They put up their house on the market.
She was willing to put up her skills for hire.
Put up with: Endure, tolerate, suffer through, or allow, especially something annoying
He had to put up with his noisy neighbors every night.
They were tired of putting up with their boss's constant demands.
She couldn't put up with the constant interruptions any longer.
Put forward: To propose or suggest
He put forward a new idea for improving efficiency in the workplace.
They put forward a motion to implement stricter regulations.
She decided to put forward her name as a candidate for the leadership position.