put down
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put down
[verb]
Synonyms:
- record, enter, set down, take down, write down
- stamp out, crush, quash, quell, repress, suppress
- usually with to: attribute, ascribe, impute, set down
- put to sleep, destroy, do away with, put out of its misery
- humiliate, disparage, mortify, shame, slight, snub
Related Words: deride, lout, mock, razz, ridicule, taunt, twit

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

put down phrasal verb (see also put)

1. PLACE put something/somebody ↔ down to put something or someone that you are holding or carrying onto a surface:
Put those heavy bags down for a minute.

2. CRITICIZE put somebody ↔ down to criticize someone and make them feel silly or stupid Synonym : belittle:
I hate the way Dave puts me down the whole time.
put yourself down
Stop putting yourself down.

3. WRITE put something ↔ down to write something, especially a name or number, on a piece of paper or on a list Synonym : write down:
Put down your name and address.

4. put down a revolution/revolt/rebellion etc to stop a revolution etc by using force:
The uprising was put down by the police and the army.

5. PAY put something ↔ down to pay part of the total cost of something, so that you can pay the rest later
put something ↔ down on
They put down a deposit on the goods until Christmas.

6. BABY put somebody down to put a baby in its bed:
We try to put Amy down at six every evening.

7. put the phone down to put the receiver back onto the telephone when you have finished speaking to someone Synonym : hang up
put the phone down on
She put the phone down on me (=suddenly ended the conversation).

8. KILL put something ↔ down to kill an animal without causing it pain, usually because it is old or sick Synonym : put something to sleep:
We had to have the dog put down.

9. I couldn’t put it down spoken used to say that you found a book, game etc extremely interesting:
Once I’d started reading it I just couldn’t put it down.

10. AIRCRAFT put (something) down if an aircraft puts down or if a pilot puts it down, it lands, especially because of an emergency:
The engine failed and the plane put down in the sea.

11. put down a motion/an amendment to suggest a subject, plan, change in the law etc for a parliament or committee to consider

12. LEAVE PASSENGER put somebody down British English to stop a vehicle so that passengers can get off at a particular place:
He asked the taxi to put him down at the end of the road.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ˈput-down noun [countable usually singular]
something you say that is intended to make someone feel stupid or unimportant Synonym : snub:
She was tired of his put-downs.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

put down
1.put down (someone)
to criticize someone, to make someone feel bad
He is always putting down his girlfriend in front of his friends.

2.put down (something)
1). to stop something by force, to crush something
The government easily put down the rebellion by the rebel army.

2). to write a record of something, to write down something
He was asked by his company to put down his request for a transfer in writing.

3.put down (an airplane)
to land an aircraft
The pilot put down the airplane very gently when they reached the airport.

4.put down (an animal)
to take the life of an animal that is suffering
The farmer decided to put down the sick horse.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

put down something
put down (something)
1. to stop something by force, to crush something
The government easily put down the rebellion by the rebel army.

2. to write a record of something, to write down something
He was asked by his company to put down his request for a transfer in writing.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

put down
v. phr.
1. To stop by force, crush.
In 24 hours the general had entirely put down the rebellion.
2. To put a stop to; check.
She had patiently put down unkind talk by living a good life.
3. To write a record of; write down.
He put down the story while it was fresh in his mind.
4. To write a name in a list as agreeing to do something.
The banker put himself down for $1000.
Sheila put Barbara down for the decorations.
5. To decide the kind or class of; characterize.
He put the man down as a bum.
He put it down as a piece of bad luck.
6. To name as a cause; attribute.
He put the odd weather down to nuclear explosions.
7. To dig; drill; sink.
He put down a new well.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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