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to put something in(to) something

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  • put something to good use — phrase to use something that you have for a sensible purpose that brings a benefit to you Do you promise to put the money to good use? Thesaurus: to use something, or to be usedsynonym Main entry: use * * * put (something) to ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • put something through its 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 (something) toward (something) — to give money to pay for part of the cost of something. A local businessman has put $180,000 toward the creation of a model organic farm in upstate New York. Please put my deposit toward my hotel bill. Related vocabulary: set aside something …   New idioms dictionary

  • put (something) behind something — put (something) behind (someone/something) to support someone or something. When America declared war, Ford put his factories behind the war effort, making huge numbers of planes, trucks, and boats in his factories. My father put his reputation… …   New idioms dictionary

  • put something into words — phrase to explain a feeling that you are having It’s difficult to put into words how I feel about what happened. Thesaurus: to make something easier to understandsynonym Main entry: put * * * express something in speech or writing he felt a vague …   Useful english dictionary

  • put (something) to bed — 1. to finish dealing with something. This is an opportunity for us to put some of these problems to bed. 2. to get a newspaper, magazine, or book ready to be printed. You put the paper to bed and you re proud of it, but the next morning you find… …   New idioms dictionary

  • put (something) behind someone — put (something) behind (someone/something) to support someone or something. When America declared war, Ford put his factories behind the war effort, making huge numbers of planes, trucks, and boats in his factories. My father put his reputation… …   New idioms dictionary

  • put (something) behind — (someone/something) to support someone or something. When America declared war, Ford put his factories behind the war effort, making huge numbers of planes, trucks, and boats in his factories. My father put his reputation and his money behind the …   New idioms dictionary

  • put something right — put (something) right to correct something to make it the way it should be. What did we do wrong? And how do we put it right? Usage notes: often used in the form put things right: At the end, he got over his anger, and was determined to put… …   New idioms dictionary

  • put something behind you — phrase to forget something unpleasant that has happened to you, or to stop being affected by it I was upset at the time, but I’ve managed to put it behind me. Thesaurus: to forget, or to try to forgetsynonym Main entry: put * * * ˌput sth beˈhind …   Useful english dictionary

  • put something into service — put (something) into service to begin to use something. The boat was sold to a Danish firm and put into service as a ferry on the North Sea. Usage notes: usually said about something that is provided regularly …   New idioms dictionary

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