English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'put something away'

(phrasal verb) 
She began putting away the dishes.
Synonyms
store away
,
replace
Replace the caps on the bottles.
,
put back
,
tidy up
,
clear away
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tidy away
,
return to its place
(phrasal verb) 
Definition
to save
He had been able to put away money, to insure against old age.
Synonyms
save
Scraps of material were saved, cut up and pieced together for quilts.
,
set aside
,
put aside
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keep
We want to keep as many players as we can.
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deposit
You are advised to deposit valuables in the hotel safe.
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put by
,
stash away
,
store away
(phrasal verb) 
Definition
to eat or drink in large amounts
(informal)  The food was superb, and we put away a fair amount of it.
Synonyms
consume
Andrew would consume nearly two pounds of cheese per day.
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devour
She devoured half an apple pie.
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eat up
,
demolish (informal)
We demolished the chocolate cake.
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hoover (informal)
,
gobble
He gobbled all the beef stew.
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guzzle
She had been guzzling gin and tonics all evening.
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polish off (informal)
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gulp down
,
wolf down
,
pig out on (informal)
See put

Additional synonyms

in the sense of demolish
Definition
to eat up
We demolished the chocolate cake.
Synonyms
eat,
hoover (informal),
put away,
gobble up,
polish off (informal),
gulp down,
wolf down,
pig out on (slang)
in the sense of deposit
Definition
to place (money) in a bank account or other savings account
You are advised to deposit valuables in the hotel safe.
Synonyms
put,
stash (informal),
lock away,
put in storage
in the sense of devour
Definition
to eat up greedily
She devoured half an apple pie.
Synonyms
eat,
hoover (informal),
polish off (informal),
pig out on (slang)

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