Synonyms of 'put something away'
1 (phrasal verb)
She began putting away the dishes.
replace, , , , ,
Replace the caps on the bottles.
return to its place
2 (phrasal verb)
to saveHe had been able to put away money, to insure against old age.
3 (phrasal verb)
to eat or drink in large amounts(informal) The food was superb, and we put away a fair amount of it.
Andrew would consume nearly two pounds of cheese per day.
She devoured half an apple pie.
demolish (informal), ,
We demolished the chocolate cake.
He gobbled all the beef stew.
guzzle, , , ,
She had been guzzling gin and tonics all evening.
pig out on (informal)
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in the sense of demolish
to eat upWe demolished the chocolate cake.
in the sense of deposit
to place (money) in a bank account or other savings accountYou are advised to deposit valuables in the hotel safe.
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