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put

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[ pʊt] [ pʊt]

vt.放;表达;给予(重视、信任、价值等);使处于(某种状态)

vt.& vi.使感觉到;使受到…的影响

vi.说;猛推;将…送往;使与…连接

常用短语

  1. put in

    提出,提交,放入,种植,使就职

  2. put up

    提供,建造,举起,推举,提名,供给…住宿

  3. put on

    穿上,上演,增加,假装,使…上场

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场景例句

  1. She's put her hair up.

    她把头发挽在头上。

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  2. Where can she have put it?

    她到底把它放哪儿了呢?

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  3. He put his arms around her.

    他搂着她。

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近义词

同义词辨析

  • 以下词都有“放”的意思,区别是:
  • lay 指小心地把人或物平放或横放,侧重动作安稳。

    place 较正式用词,指把某物放在一个正确的位置上,侧重动作的正确。

    put 普通用词,含义较广泛。指把人或物置于某处,并将其留在该处。

    set 普通用词,指为了某种目的而将人或物放在一定位置上。指物是多指立着放。

    词根: -put-
  1. put [ pʊt] vt. 放;表达;给予(重视、信任、价值等);使处于(某种状态) vt.& vi. 使感觉到;使受到…的影响 vi. 说;猛推;将…送往;使与…连接

    put: -put-放

  2. putt [pʌt] n. (高尔夫球)轻击 vt.& vi. 把(球)轻轻打进洞里;轻轻一击

    putt: 来自 put 的苏格兰特殊发音及引申词义

单词家谱

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put 放,安置,给予重视

来自中古英语puten,来自古英语*putian,推,安放,放置,词源不详。

put (v.)

Middle English putten, from late Old English *putian, "to thrust, push, shove" (someone or something; a sense now obsolete), also "to move or a thing physically so as to place it in some situation," implied in putung "instigation, an urging," literally "a putting;" related to pytan "put out, thrust out" (of eyes), probably from a Germanic stem that also produced Danish putte "to put," Swedish dialectal putta; Middle Dutch pote "scion, plant," Dutch poten "to plant," Old Norse pota "to poke."

Obsolete past tense form putted is attested 14c.-15c. From c. 1300 as "to hurl, cast, propel," especially "to throw with an upward and forward motion of the arm" (Will. Putstan is attested as a name from 1296). From mid-14c. in the figurative sense of "bring (someone) into some specified state or condition;" late 14c. as "subject (someone to something)," as in put to death, c. 1400; put to shame, mid-15c. From mid-14c. as "make a declaration, express in speech or writing," hence "express or state (in a particular way)," 1690s, also "propose or place before someone for consideration."

To put (something) back is from 1530s as "to hinder, delay;" 1816 as "restore to the original place or position." To put (something) down "end by force or authority" (a rebellion, etc.) is from mid-14c. To put upon (someone) "play a trick on, impose on" is from 1690s. To put up with "tolerate, accept, bear or suffer without protest or resentment" (1755) is perhaps from put up "to take up" (one's lodgings, etc.), 1727. To put (someone) up in the transitive sense of "lodge and entertain" is by 1766. To put (someone) on "deceive" is from 1958. To put upon (someone) "play a trick on, deceive, impose on" is from 1690s.

put (n.)

c. 1300, "act of throwing a stone or other heavy weight overhand as a test of strength," from put (v.). General meaning "act of putting" is from early 15c. Also compare putt (n.).

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