There are 2 definitions of put in in English:

put in1

[with direct speech] Interrupt in a conversation or discussion: ‘But you’re a sybarite, Roger,’ put in Isobel
More example sentences
  • ‘Besides,’ put in Doris, ‘we have a number of nieces your age.’
  • ‘Yes,’ put in Amanda, ‘the Bible says it's good to have a merry heart.’
  • ‘I've got a bit of a cold,’ she put in, wiping her nose.
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Pronunciation: ˈdɪŋkəm
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(of an article or person) genuine, honest, true

There are 2 definitions of put in in English:

put-in2

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noun

Rugby
An act or the right of putting the ball into a scrum: the opposition are awarded the put-in at the scrummage
More example sentences
  • Equally ominous was the manner in which the French forwards shunted the Scottish pack off successive scrum put-ins.
  • The result remained in doubt until the Windermere pack won a crucial scrum on a Blackpool put-in near the posts.
  • Carlow might have had a final say of the half when they wheeled a scrum, won the put-in for Melville to drive on the right.