put away
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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

put away
[verb]
Synonyms:
- save, deposit, keep, put by
- commit, certify, institutionalize, lock up
- consume, devour, eat up, gobble, wolf down
- put back, replace, tidy away

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

put somebody/something away phrasal verb (see also put)

1. put something ↔ away to put something in the place where it is usually kept:
He put his toys away every night.

2. put something ↔ away to save money:
We’re putting some money away for expenses.

3. put somebody away informal to put someone in a prison or in a mental hospital:
If you are found guilty, the judge is going to put you away for life.

4. put something ↔ away informal to eat or drink a lot:
It’s amazing the amount that child can put away.

5. put something ↔ away informal to score a goal, especially after other failed attempts:
He seized the opportunity to put the ball away.

6. put something ↔ away American English informal to defeat your opponent in a sports competition:
Two plays later, Smith scored to put the game away.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

put away
put away (someone)
1.
to remove a criminal or mentally ill person from society.
You have to put away the people who are so crazy that they are a danger to the rest of us.

2.
to defeat someone.
The Devils still have two more chances to put away the Flyers this season.

put away (something)
1.
to eat or drink a lot of something.
He put away a whole apple pie in one sitting.

I like to put away a few beers with my friends after work.

2.
to save or store something for future use.
I found the box where I had put away the children's toys.

When you finish using the lawn mower, put it away in the garage.

3.
to decide to forget or ignore something unpleasant.
Nervous residents tried to put away their fears.

4.
to win something.
Ella watched in amazement as Melissa simply walked to the net to put away an easy volley.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

put away something
put away (something)
1.
to eat or drink a lot of something.
He put away a whole apple pie in one sitting.

I like to put away a few beers with my friends after work.

2.
to save or store something for future use.
I found the box where I had put away the children's toys.

When you finish using the lawn mower, put it away in the garage.

3.
to decide to forget or ignore something unpleasant.
Nervous residents tried to put away their fears.

4.
to win something.
Ella watched in amazement as Melissa simply walked to the net to put away an easy volley.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

put away
1.put away
to put an animal to death, to kill an animal
We put away our dog because he tried to bite the small girl next door.

2.put (someone) away
to put someone in a mental institution/hospital
The man was doing much damage to himself and had to be put away in a mental institution.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

put away
v.
1. To put in the right place or out of sight.
She put away the towels.
2. To lay aside; stop thinking about.
He put his worries away for the weekend.
3. informal To eat or drink.
He put away a big supper and three cups of coffee.
Compare: STOW AWAY.
4. informal To put in a mental hospital.
He had to put his wife away when she became mentally ill.
5. To put to death for a reason; kill.
He had his dog put away when it became too old and unhappy.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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