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put someone on

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  • put someone on — {v.} To play a joke on someone by saying or doing things that are only pretense; kid. * /When the voice on the phone told Mrs. Jones she had won a $10,000 prize, she thought someone was putting her on./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • put someone on — {v.} To play a joke on someone by saying or doing things that are only pretense; kid. * /When the voice on the phone told Mrs. Jones she had won a $10,000 prize, she thought someone was putting her on./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • put someone's nose out of joint — 1. To supplant someone in another s love or confidence 2. To disconcert, rebuff or offend someone • • • Main Entry: ↑join put someone s nose out of joint see under ↑join • • • Main Entry: ↑nose * * * put someone’s nose out of joint …   Useful english dictionary

  • put someone's back up — To show or arouse resentment, irritation or anger ● back * * * get/put/someone’s back up british informal phrase to annoy someone Don’t ask him about it any more or you’ll get his back up. Thesaurus: to make someone angry …   Useful english dictionary

  • put someone off their stroke — british phrase to cause someone to stop what they are doing or to make a mistake He was put off his stroke by the arguing in the next room. Thesaurus: to stop someone doing somethingsynonym to kill a person or animalsynonym Main entry: stroke …   Useful english dictionary

  • put someone out to pasture — phrase humorous to make someone leave their job because they are considered to be too old I’m not ready to be put out to pasture just yet! Thesaurus: forcing someone and being forced to leave a jobsynonym applying and interviewing for jobshyponym …   Useful english dictionary

  • put someone out to grass — informal phrase to force someone to leave a job because they are old and no longer useful Thesaurus: forcing someone and being forced to leave a jobsynonym applying and interviewing for jobshyponym Main entry: grass * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • put someone's mind at ease — put (someone s) mind at ease to cause someone to stop worrying. He chose his words carefully to put his mother s mind at ease. Usage notes: also used in the forms put someone s mind at rest and set someone s mind at rest: To put his mind at rest …   New idioms dictionary

  • put someone through their paces — put someone through their paces/put something through its paces/ phrase to make a person or machine show how good they are at doing something The test drivers put the new models through their paces. Thesaurus: to test something or someonesynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • put someone out of their misery — put (someone/something) out of (their/its) misery 1. to kill an animal or person because they are in extreme pain. The horse s leg was badly broken, and the kindest thing was to put it out of its misery. Badly wounded himself, he put a gun in his …   New idioms dictionary

  • put someone out of its misery — put (someone/something) out of (their/its) misery 1. to kill an animal or person because they are in extreme pain. The horse s leg was badly broken, and the kindest thing was to put it out of its misery. Badly wounded himself, he put a gun in his …   New idioms dictionary


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