put in
تلفظ آنلاین

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ارائه دادن ، کنار امدن با ، مداخله کردن ، رساندن ، تقاضا کردن ، پیشنهاد دادن ، قانون ـ فقه: اقامه کردن
put in
[verb]
Synonyms: plant, pitch, seed, sow
English Thesaurus: install, put in, fit, lay, healthy, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

put in phrasal verb (see also put)

1. put something ↔ in to fix a piece of equipment somewhere and connect it so that it is ready to be used Synonym : instal:
We decided to have a new bathroom put in.

2. put something ↔ in to spend time or use energy working or practising something:
Dorothy had put in a lot of hard work during her six years as chairperson.

3. put in something written to interrupt someone in order to say something:
‘How old are you?’ ‘Sixteen.’ ‘I’m sixteen too,’ put in Dixie.

4. put something ↔ in to ask for something in an official way:
She put in an insurance claim.
We must put in an order by tonight.
put in for something
I put in for a pay increase.

5. put your faith/trust/confidence in somebody/something to trust someone or something or believe that they can do something:
I’m putting my faith in the appeal judges.

6. put in something to do something in a particular way, especially a performance in a play, film, race etc:
He put in a brilliant performance in the British Grand Prix.

7. put in an appearance to go to a social event, meeting etc for a short time:
There was an hour yet before she needed to put in an appearance at the restaurant.

8. if a ship puts in, it enters a port

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

put in
1.put in (something)
1). to add to what has already been said
Suddenly my friend put in that he was tired and wanted to go home.

2). to plant flowers/plants/vegetables
We decided to put in some roses in our garden last year.

3). to submit something
I plan to put in my job application next Monday.

2.put in (somewhere)
to stop at a port on a journey by water
The ship put in at several ports during the cruise.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

put in something
put in (something)
1. to add to what has already been said
Suddenly my friend put in that he was tired and wanted to go home.

2. to plant flowers/plants/vegetables
We decided to put in some roses in our garden last year.

3. to submit something
I plan to put in my job application next Monday.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

put in
v.
1. To add to what has been said; say (something) in addition to what others say.
While the boys were discussing the car accident, Ben put in that the road was icy.
My father put in a word for me and I got the job.
2. To buy and keep in a store to sell.
He put in a full stock of drugs.
3. To spend (time).
He put in many years as a printer.
He put in an hour a day reading.
4. To plant.
He put in a row of radishes.
5. To stop at a port on a journey by water.
After the fire, the ship put in for repairs.
6. To apply; ask.
Used with "for".
When a better job was open, he put in for it.
The sailor put in for time to visit his family before the ship went to sea.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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