English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'put something up'

(phrasal verb) 
Definition
to build or erect
He was putting up a new fence round the garden.
Synonyms
build
Developers are now proposing to build a hotel on the site.
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raise
They raised a church in the shape of a boat.
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set up
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construct
The boxes should be constructed from rough-sawn timber.
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erect
Demonstrators have erected barricades in the roads.
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fabricate
All the tools are fabricated from high-quality steel.
(phrasal verb) 
Definition
to display (a poster, sign, etc.)
They put up posters about the meeting in the village.
Synonyms
pin up
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post
Officials began posting warning notices.
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hang up
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stick up
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nail up
(phrasal verb) 
Definition
to submit (a plan, case, etc.)
In the end they surrendered without putting up any resistance.
Synonyms
offer
They offered no suggestion as to how it might be done.
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present
We presented three options to the unions for discussion.
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mount
mounting an exhibition of historical Tiffany jewellery
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put forward
(phrasal verb) 
Definition
to provide (money) for
The state agreed to put up the money to start his company.
Synonyms
provide
I will be happy to provide you with a copy of the report.
They did not provide any food.
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invest
The constitution had invested him with certain powers.
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contribute
They say they would like to contribute more to charity.
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give
This recipe was given to me years ago.
They still give to charity despite hard economic times.
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pay up
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supply
an agreement to supply the library with new computers
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come up with
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pledge
He pledged £150 million to build the theatre.
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donate
He frequently donates large sums to charity.
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furnish
They'll be able to furnish you with the details.
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fork out (informal)
He'll have to fork out for private school fees.
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cough up (informal)
I'll have to cough up $10,000 for repairs.
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shell out (informal)
(phrasal verb) 
Definition
to increase (prices)
They're putting up their prices.
Synonyms
increase
The company has increased the price of its cars.
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raise
Two incidents in recent days have raised the level of concern.
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bump up (informal)
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jack up (informal)
The company would have to jack up its prices.
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hike up (informal)
See put

Additional synonyms

in the sense of construct
Definition
to build or put together
The boxes should be constructed from rough-sawn timber.
Synonyms
in the sense of contribute
Definition
to give (support or money) for a common purpose or fund
They say they would like to contribute more to charity.
Synonyms
subscribe,
chip in (informal),
in the sense of cough up
Definition
to give up (money or information)
I'll have to cough up $10,000 for repairs.
Synonyms
hand over,
come across (informal),
shell out (informal),
ante up (informal, US)

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