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put up

Translation of put up in French:

  • 1 put up 1.1 (stay) See examples: to put up at somebody's
    se faire héberger par quelqu'un
    to put up in a hotel
    1.2to put up with (tolerate)
    (behaviour, person)
    to have a lot to put up with
    avoir beaucoup de choses à supporter
  • 2 put up [something]
    to put up a fight ou struggle to put up a good performance
    (team, competitor)
    bien se défendre
  • 3 put [something] up, put up [something] 3.1 (raise)
    (flag, sail)
    to put up one's hand/leg
    lever la main/la jambe
    put your hands up! (in class)
    levez le doigt!
    put 'em up (informal)! (to fight)
    (to surrender)
    3.2 (post up)
    (sign, poster, notice, plaque, decorations)
    to put something up on the wall/on the board
    afficher quelque chose sur le mur/au tableau
    3.3 (build, erect)
    (fence, barrier, tent)
    (building, memorial)
    3.4 (increase, raise)
    (rent, prices, tax)
    faire monter
    (temperature, pressure)
    3.5 (provide)
    (money, amount, percentage) for something pour quelque chose to do pour faire
    3.6 (present)
    (proposal, argument)
    to put something up for discussion
    soumettre quelque chose à la discussion
    3.7 (put in orbit)
    placer [quelque chose] en orbite
    (satellite, probe)
  • 4 put [somebody] up, put up [somebody] 4.1 (lodge) 4.2 (as candidate)
    to put somebody up for
    proposer quelqu'un comme
    (leader, chairman)
    proposer quelqu'un pour
    (promotion, position)
    to put oneself up for
    se proposer comme
    se proposer pour
    4.3 (promote)
    faire passer [quelqu'un] au niveau supérieur
    to be put up
    (pupil, team) to dans
    4.4 (incite)to put somebody up to something/to doing
    pousser quelqu'un à quelque chose/à faire
    somebody must have put her up to it
    quelqu'un a dû l'y pousser
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