Definition of 'put back'
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But delays building their own house put back a move until after the Six Nations. The Sun (2017)But delays building their own house put back a move until after the Six Nations. The Sun (2017)Having your nose put back into place without an anaesthetic is not good! The Sun (2012)Opening night has been put back five times. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This allows us to put back something into the economy as well as build a sustainable business. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We need to put back in place something whereby all junior doctors see sick patients in continuity on a daily basis. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Then again, dogs need putting back in their place. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He was rushed to hospital in the German capital where his shoulder was put back in place. The Sun (2008)A new documentary finally puts backing singers in the spotlight. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Like so much of her work, it was rediscovered in the 1970s and put back into production. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You could, for example, take out money to pay for a new car but put back the money when you get a bonus the following month. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'put back'
British English: put back /pʊt bæk/ VERB
To put something back means to delay it or postpone it.
The trip has been put back to April.
- American English: put back
- Arabic: يَرْجِع
- Brazilian Portuguese: adiar
- Chinese: 推迟
- Croatian: odgoditi
- Czech: oddálit na místo
- Danish: udsætte
- Dutch: uitstellen
- European Spanish: posponer
- Finnish: laittaa takaisin
- French: replacer
- German: zurückstellen
- Greek: επανατοποθετώ
- Italian: rimettere a posto
- Japanese: もとへ返す
- Korean: 연기하다
- Norwegian: utsette
- Polish: położyć z powrotem
- European Portuguese: adiar
- Romanian: a amâna
- Russian: переносить
- Latin American Spanish: posponer
- Swedish: lägga tillbaka
- Thai: เลื่อนเวลา
- Turkish: geri koymak
- Ukrainian: повертати на місце
- Vietnamese: trì hoãn
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