Definition of 'put in'
Example sentences containing 'put in'
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And if they weren't already in place, extra security programs would be put in the computer. SOMEBODY (2002)That's the real test of a theory, son, how much of it you're willing to put in writing. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)After a while I even managed to put in a few words myself, and got drawn into a couple of conversations. READY? (2001)
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Translations for 'put in'
British English: put in /pʊt ɪn/ VERB
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.
- American English: put in
- Arabic: يُقَدِم طَلَباً
- Brazilian Portuguese: apresentar
- Chinese: 投入
- Croatian: uložiti
- Czech: vynaložit
- Danish: bruge
- Dutch: besteden
- European Spanish: emplear
- Finnish: tehdä töitä
- French: mettre dans
- German: verwenden auf
- Greek: προσφέρω
- Italian: dedicare
- Japanese: 投入する
- Korean: 할당하다
- Norwegian: investere
- Polish: włożyć
- European Portuguese: investir tempo
- Romanian: a depune
- Russian: посвящать (время)
- Spanish: poner
- Swedish: ansöka
- Thai: ใช้เวลา
- Turkish: ayırmak zaman/para
- Ukrainian: вкладати(ся)
- Vietnamese: dành
Definition of put in from the Collins English Dictionary
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