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  • put down as — ˌput ˈdown as [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they put down as he/she/it puts down as present participle putting down as past tense put down as …   Useful english dictionary

  • put down — [v1] write into record enter, inscribe, jot down, log, record, set down, take down, transcribe, write down; concept 79 Ant. erase, extract put down [v2] subdue annihilate, crush, defeat, dismiss, extinguish, quash*, quell, reject, repress,… …   New thesaurus

  • put-down — put downs also put down N COUNT A put down is something that you say or do to criticize someone or make them appear foolish. [INFORMAL] I see the term as a put down of women... She was getting very sick of Mick s put downs …   English dictionary

  • put down a marker — put/lay/set down a/your marker (for sth) ► to show clearly what your opinion or position about something is, and how you plan to act in the future: »By entering into this partnership, the company has put down a clear marker for the future. »Now… …   Financial and business terms

  • put down a marker for sth — put/lay/set down a/your marker (for sth) ► to show clearly what your opinion or position about something is, and how you plan to act in the future: »By entering into this partnership, the company has put down a clear marker for the future. »Now… …   Financial and business terms

  • put down your marker — put/lay/set down a/your marker (for sth) ► to show clearly what your opinion or position about something is, and how you plan to act in the future: »By entering into this partnership, the company has put down a clear marker for the future. »Now… …   Financial and business terms

  • put down your marker for sth — put/lay/set down a/your marker (for sth) ► to show clearly what your opinion or position about something is, and how you plan to act in the future: »By entering into this partnership, the company has put down a clear marker for the future. »Now… …   Financial and business terms

  • put-down — put′ down or put′down n. 1) a landing of an aircraft 2) inf a disparaging or snubbing remark • Etymology: 1960–65 …   From formal English to slang

  • put down one's name — put down (or enter) one s (or someone s) name apply to enter an educational institution, course, competition, etc I put my name down for the course …   Useful english dictionary

  • put down — index cast (register), defeat, demean (make lower), derogate, dispatch (put to death), enter (record …   Law dictionary

  • put-down — n [C usually singular] something you say that is intended to make someone feel stupid or unimportant = ↑snub ▪ She was tired of his put downs …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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