Hindi translation of 'put'
put /pʊt पुट्/
Word forms: puts, putting, put
1. transitive verb
When you put something in a particular place or position, you move it into that place or position.
Lisa put the photograph on the desk.
2. transitive verb
If you put someone somewhere, you cause them to go there and to stay there.
I've put the children to bed.
3. transitive verb
To put someone or something in a particular state or situation means to cause them to be in that state or situation.
स्थिति में डालना
This is going to put the company out of business.
He put himself at risk.
4. transitive verb
If you put your trust, faith, or confidence in someone or something, you trust them or have faith or confidence in them.
Are we right to put our confidence in computers?
5. transitive verb
If you put time, strength, or energy into an activity, you use it in doing that activity.
Eleanor did not put much energy into the discussion.
6. transitive verb
When you put an idea or remark in a particular way, you express it in that way.
The police might have 'made some mistakes', as he put it.
You can't put that sort of fear into words.
7. transitive verb
When you put a question to someone, you ask them the question.
We put this question to Professor Goodwin.
8. transitive verb
If you put something at a particular value or in a particular category, or put a particular value on it, you estimate it to have that value or to be in that category.
I would put her age at about 50.
9. transitive verb
If you put written information somewhere, you write, type, or print it there.
They put an announcement in the local paper.
put across or put over
When you put something across or put it over, you succeed in describing or explaining it to someone.
I put across my point of view and he put across his.
If you put something aside, you keep it to be dealt with or used at a later time.
I put money aside each month because I'm saving for a holiday.
If you put something away, you put it into the place where it is normally kept when it is not being used.
अलग हटाकर रखना
Put your maths books away, it's time for your history lesson.
If someone is put away, they are sent to prison or to a mental hospital for a long time.[informal]
To put something back means to delay it or postpone it.
The trip has been put back to Easter.
If you put money by, you save it so that you can use it at a later time.
बचा कर रखना
There was enough money put by for her train ticket.
If you put something down somewhere, you write or type it there.
Mr Allen put down his thoughts on paper.
If you put down some money, you pay part of the price of something as a deposit.
He bought a property for £100,000 and put down £20,000.
When soldiers, police, or the government put down a riot or rebellion, they stop it by using force.
If someone puts you down, they treat you in an unpleasant way by criticizing you in front of other people or making you appear foolish.[informal]
When an animal is put down, it is killed because it is dangerous or very ill.
put down to
If you put something down to a particular thing, you believe that it is caused by that thing.
We have sold a lot this year. I put it down to having good staff.
If you put forward a plan, proposal, or name, you suggest that it should be considered for a particular purpose or job.
I asked my boss to put my name forward for the job in Zurich.
put forward a plan/proposal/theory
If you put in an amount of time or effort doing something, you spend that time or effort doing it.
We put in three hours' work every evening.
If you put in a request or put in for something, you make a formal request or application.
I put in for a job as a secretary.
If you put something off, you delay doing it.
She put off telling him until the last moment.
If you put someone off, you make them wait for something that they want.
'He wants to come over,' Sarah said. 'I put him off until later tonight.'
To put someone off something means to cause them to dislike it.
रुचि कम करना
Her parents' divorce has not put Diana off marriage.
If someone or something puts you off, they distract you from what you are trying to do and make it more difficult for you to do it.[Brit]
ध्यान भंग करना
The noise put her off revising for her exams.
When you put on clothing or make-up, you place it on your body in order to wear it.
I got up and put my clothes on.
2. See note at wear
If you put on a way of behaving, you behave in a way that is not natural to you or that does not express your real feelings.
It was hard to believe she was sorry: she was just putting it on.
When people put on a show, exhibition, or service, they perform it or organize it.
We decided that we would put on a play.
If someone puts on weight, they become heavier.
Leo has put on three stone.
If you put on a piece of equipment or a device, you make it start working.
I put the radio on.
If you put on a record, tape, or CD, you place it on a record, tape, or CD player and listen to it.
If you put something on, you begin to cook or heat it.
Put on a pan of water to simmer.
If you put out an announcement or story, you make it known to a lot of people.
The news agency put out a statement from the Prime Minister.
If you put out a fire, candle, or cigarette, you make it stop burning.
I tried to put out the fire.
If you put out an electric light, you make it stop shining by pressing a switch.
If you put out things that will be needed, you place them somewhere ready to be used.
I put the teapot out on the table.
If you put out your hand, you move it forward, away from your body.
She put her hand out and touched her mother's arm.
If you put someone out, you cause them trouble or inconvenience because they have to do something for you.
I've always put myself out for others.
Margaret hasn't exactly put herself out to welcome him.
see put across
When someone puts through a telephone call or a caller, they make the connection that allows the caller to speak to the person they are phoning.
टेलीफ़ोन पर नंबर मिलाकर संपर्क कराना
The operator put me through to her.
If someone puts you through an unpleasant experience, they make you experience it.
(बुरे)दौर से गुज़ारना
He put them through a really tough week of training.
If you put something together, you join its different parts to each other so that it can be used.
He took the watch to pieces, cleaned it and put it together again.
If you put together a group of people or things, you form them into a team or collection.
He is putting a team together for next season.
If you put together an agreement, plan, or product, you design and create it.
We set to work putting the plan together.
If people put up a wall, building, tent, or other structure, they construct it.
They put up their tents and settled down for the night.
If you put up a poster or notice, you fix it to a wall or board.
They're putting new street signs up.
To put up resistance to something means to resist it.
He was old and very weak. He couldn't put up a fight.
If you put up money for something, you provide the money that is needed to pay for it.
People put up various amounts of money between £50,000 and £250,000.
To put up the price of something means to cause it to increase.
The new tax will put up the cost of petrol.
If a person or hotel puts you up, you stay at the person's home or at the hotel for one or more nights.
They put him up when he was homeless.
put up with
If you put up with something, you tolerate or accept it, even though you find it unpleasant or unsatisfactory.
I won't put up with that sort of behaviour.
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Example Sentences Including 'put'
He won't fit in the boot but I've already put the back seat down.THE EXECUTION (2002)
I sat down beside her for a moment and put my arm across her.THE EXECUTION (2002)
Christian put his hand on my shoulder then we turned round to walk back.THE EXECUTION (2002)
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'put' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَضَع
- Brazilian Portuguese: pôr
- Chinese: 放
- Croatian: staviti
- Czech: položit pokládat
- Danish: sætte
- Dutch: zetten
- European Spanish: poner
- Finnish: asettaa
- French: mettre
- German: legen Gegenstand
- Greek: βάζω
- Italian: mettere
- Japanese: 置く
- Korean: 놓다
- Norwegian: legge
- Polish: położyć kłaść
- Portuguese: pôr
- Romanian: a pune
- Russian: ставить
- Spanish: poner
- Swedish: lägga
- Thai: วาง
- Turkish: koymak
- Ukrainian: класти покласти
- Vietnamese: để đặt
Translation of put from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary