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Pronunciation: /pʊt/

Translation of put in Italian:

vt (pt/pp put pres p, putting)

  • mettere put the cost of something at £50 valutare il costo di qualcosa 50 sterline put an end to porre fine o termine a put in writing mettere per iscritto put into effect mettere in opera



  • stay put! rimani lì!

Phrasal verbs

put about

vt mettere in giro [rumour]

put across

vt raccontare [joke]; esprimere [message]

put aside

vt mettere da parte

put away

vt mettere via

put back

vt rimettere; mettere indietro [clock]

put by

vt mettere da parte

put down

vt mettere giù; (suppress) reprimere; (kill) sopprimere; (write) annotare; (criticize unfairly) sminuire put one's foot down [infml], essere fermo [Auto] dare un'accelerata put down to (attribute) attribuire

put forward

vt avanzare; mettere avanti [clock]

put in

vt (insert) introdurre; (submit) presentare
vi put in for far domanda di

put off

vt spegnere [light]; (postpone) rimandare put somebody off tenere a bada qualcuno (deter) smontare qualcuno (disconcert) distrarre qualcuno put somebody off something (disgust) disgustare qualcuno di qualcosa

put on

vt mettersi [clothes]; mettere [brake]; [Culin] mettere su; accendere [light]; mettere in scena [play]; prendere [accent] put on weight mettere su qualche chilo he's just put ting it on è solo una messa in scena

put on to

vt (help find) indicare [doctor, restaurant etc]

put out

vt spegnere [fire, light]; tendere [hand]; (inconvenience) creare degli inconvenienti a

put through

vt far passare [Teleph] I'll put you through to him glielo passo

put to

vt put somebody to trouble scomodare qualcuno I put it to you that … ritengo che …

put together

vt montare [machine]; fare [model, jigsaw]

put up

vt alzare; erigere [building]; montare [tent]; aprire [umbrella]; affiggere [notice]; aumentare [price]; ospitare [guest] put somebody up to something mettere qualcosa in testa a qualcuno
vi (at hotel) stare put up with sopportare

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