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put-on US English

A deception; a hoax

put someone on in put US English

Deceive or hoax someone

put something on in put US English

Place a garment, glasses, or jewelry on part of one’s body

put on flesh in flesh US English

Put on weight

put on flesh US English

Put on weight

on hold in hold1 US English

Temporarily not being dealt with or pursued

set store by in store US English

Consider (something) to be of a particular degree of importance or value

put money on US English

Place a bet on

put money on in money US English

Place a bet on

put someone on US English

Deceive or hoax someone

put someone on to in put US English

Draw someone’s attention to (someone or something useful, notable, or interesting)

put on weight in weight US English

Become fatter (or thinner)

put on weight US English

Become fatter (or thinner)

put a lid on in lid US English

Put a stop to or be the culmination of

put a lid on US English

Put a stop to or be the culmination of

put the arm on in arm1 US English

Attempt to force or coerce (someone) to do something

put the arm on US English

Attempt to force or coerce (someone) to do something

put the bite on in bite US English

Borrow or extort money from

put the bite on US English

Borrow or extort money from

put a damper on in damper US English

Have a depressing, subduing, or inhibiting effect on

put a damper on US English

Have a depressing, subduing, or inhibiting effect on

put one's face on in face US English

Apply makeup to one’s face

put on the dog in dog US English

Behave in a pretentious or ostentatious way

put on the dog US English

Behave in a pretentious or ostentatious way

put flesh on something in flesh US English

Add more details to something that exists only in a draft or outline form

lay hands on in lay1 US English

Find and take possession of

put a premium on in premium US English

Regard or treat as particularly valuable or important

put a premium on US English

Regard or treat as particularly valuable or important

put a price on in price US English

Determine the value of

put a price on US English

Determine the value of

put one over on US English

Deceive (someone) into accepting something false

put something on US English

Place a garment, glasses, or jewelry on part of one’s body

put one over on in put US English

Deceive (someone) into accepting something false

put on the ritz in ritz US English

Make a show of luxury or extravagance

put on the ritz US English

Make a show of luxury or extravagance

put the seal on in seal1 US English

Give the final authorization to

set one's seal to in seal1 US English

Mark with one’s distinctive character

put the seal on US English

Give the final authorization to

put a stopper on in stopper US English

Prevent from happening or continuing

put a stopper on US English

Prevent from happening or continuing

make a move on in move US English

Make a proposition to (someone), especially of a sexual nature

put someone on notice in notice US English

Warn someone of something about or likely to occur, especially in a formal or threatening manner

lay one's hands on in lay1 US English

Find and acquire

put the make on in make US English

Make sexual advances to (someone)

put the make on US English

Make sexual advances to (someone)

put years on someone in year US English

Make someone feel or look older (or younger)

put one's face on US English

Apply makeup to one’s face

put someone on to US English

Draw someone’s attention to (someone or something useful, notable, or interesting)

put the screws on in screw US English

Exert strong psychological pressure on (someone) so as to intimidate them into doing something

put the screws on US English

Exert strong psychological pressure on (someone) so as to intimidate them into doing something


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