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  1. put

    • IPA[po͝ot]

    美式

    • v.
      move to or place in a particular position;cause (someone or something) to go to a particular place and remain there for a time
    • n.
      a throw of a shot or weight.;short for put option
    • noun: put, plural noun: puts

    • verb: put, 3rd person present: puts, gerund or present participle: putting, past tense: put, past participle: put

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. move to or place in a particular position:

      Harry put down his cup

      I put my hand out toward her

    • 2. cause (someone or something) to go to a particular place and remain there for a time:

      India has put three experimental satellites into space

    • 3. (of a ship or the people on it) proceed in a particular direction:

      she stepped into the boat and put out to sea

    • 4. (of a river) flow in a particular direction.
    • 5. bring into a particular state or condition:

      they tried to put me at ease

      a large aid program was put into effect

    • 6. imagine oneself in (a particular situation):

      it was no use trying to put herself in his place

    • 7. write or print (something) in a particular place:

      they put my name on the cover page

    • 8. express (a thought or comment) in a particular way, form, or language:

      to put it bluntly, he was not really divorced

    • 9. cause (someone or something) to carry or be subject to something:

      commentators put some of the blame on Congress

    • 10. assign a particular value, figure, or limit to:

      it is very difficult to put a figure on the size of the budget

    • 11. estimate something to be (a particular amount):

      estimates put the war's cost at $1,000,000 a day

    • 12. throw (a shot or weight) as an athletic sport:

      she set a women's record by putting the shot 56' 7

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a throw of a shot or weight.
    • 2. short for put option
    • n. a smooth area of short grass surrounding a hole, either as part of a golf course or as a separate area for putting.

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    • adj. unpleasant, disconcerting, or repellent:

    • his scar is somewhat off-putting

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    • n. a smooth area of short grass surrounding a hole, either as part of a golf course or as a separate area for putting.

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    • adj. unpleasant, disconcerting, or repellent:

    • his scar is somewhat off-putting

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    • ph. used to imply that the reality is more extreme, usually worse

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    • ph. used to imply that the reality is more extreme, usually worse

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    • n. an off-putting or unpleasant quality or feature:

    • the name is a major put-off

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    • n.
      the rapid intermittent sound of a small petrol engine:
    • she heard the put-put of a boat coming toward them
    • v.
      make a rapid intermittent sound:
    • the machine gun putt-putted behind me

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    • IPA[pʊt]

    英式

    • v.
      move to or place in a particular position:
    • Harry put down his cup

      I put my hand out towards her

    • n.
      a throw of a shot or weight.

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