Sinónimos de inglés
(verbo) 
Definition
to cause to be (in a position or place)
She put her bag on the floor.
Sinónimos
place
Chairs were placed in rows for the parents.
, ,
set
A date will be set for a future meeting.
,
position
Position trailing plants near the edges of the basket.
,
rest
He rested his arms on the back of the chair.
,
park (informal)
Just park your bag on the floor.
,
plant
She planted her feet wide and bent her knees slightly.
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establish
He has established himself as a pivotal figure in US politics.
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lay
Lay a sheet of newspaper on the floor.
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stick (informal)
He folded the papers and stuck them in a drawer.
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fix
Fix the photo to the card using double-sided tape
, ,
deposit
The waiter deposited their coffees in front of them.
,
dump (informal)
We dumped our bags on the table.
,
prop
He propped his bike against the fence.
,
lay down
,
put down
, ,
set down
, ,
bung (informal)
,
plonk (informal)
(verbo) 
Definition
to cause to be (in a position or place)
She was put in prison for her beliefs.
Sinónimos
consign to
,
place
Red meat was placed in the category below this.
,
commit to
,
doom to
,
condemn to
(verbo) 
The government has put a big tax on imported goods.
Sinónimos
, ,
levy
Taxes should not be levied without the authority of Parliament.
,
inflict
The dog attacked her, inflicting serious injuries.
(verbo) 
Definition
to lay (blame, emphasis, etc.) on a person or thing
It's no good putting all the blame on me.
Sinónimos
,
place
Children place their trust in us.
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set
He took the case out of her hand and set it on the floor.
, ,
attach to
,
attribute to
,
ascribe to
,
impute to
(verbo) 
Definition
to express
To put it bluntly, he just doesn't care.
Sinónimos
express
He expressed grave concern at their attitude.
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say
I hope you didn't say anything about me.
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state
Clearly state your address and telephone number.
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word
If I had written the letter, I might have worded it differently.
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phrase
The speech was carefully phrased.
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pose
When I posed the question `Why?', he merely shrugged.
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utter
They departed without uttering a word.
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frame
He framed his question three different ways.
, ,
articulate
He failed to articulate an overall vision.
(verbo) 
Definition
to present for consideration
He sat there listening as we put our suggestions to him.
Sinónimos
present
We presented three options to the unions for discussion.
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advance
Many theories have been advanced as to why this is.
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propose
We are about to propose some changes to the system.
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offer
We offered a fair price for the land.
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submit
I submit that you knew exactly what you were doing.
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tender
She quickly tendered her resignation.
,
bring forward
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proffer
They have not yet proffered an explanation of how the accident happened.
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posit
Several writers have posited the idea of a universal consciousness.
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set before
,
lay before
(verbo) 
Definition
to estimate or judge
Early estimates put the cost of the damage at millions of pounds.
Sinónimos
estimate
His personal riches were estimated at over £80 million.
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value
I have had my jewellery valued for insurance purposes.
cocaine valued at $53 million
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judge
It is important to judge the weight of your washing load.
,
measure
Measure the length and width of the gap.
, , ,
fix
He's fixed a time when I can see him.
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guess
I can only guess what it cost her to tell you the truth.
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reckon
The sale has been held up because the price is reckoned to be too high.
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assess
The test was to assess aptitude rather than academic achievement.
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calculate
From this we can calculate the total mass in the galaxy.
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evaluate
Trained nurses are required to evaluate the patients' individual needs.
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compute
I tried to compute the cash value of the ponies and horse boxes.
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gauge
See if you can gauge his reaction to the offer.
,
guesstimate (informal)
(verbo) 
Definition
to estimate or judge
It's impossible to put this band into any category or style of music.
Sinónimos
assign to
,
place in
,
allocate to
,
consign to
,
bracket with
,
classify with
,
categorize with
(verbo) 
Definition
to throw or cast
Sinónimos
throw
He spent hours throwing a tennis ball against a wall.
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cast
She took a pebble and cast it into the water.
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pitch
Simon pitched the empty bottle into the lake.
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toss
He screwed the paper up and tossed it into the fire.
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hurl
Groups of angry youths hurled stones at police.
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fling
The woman flung the cup at him.
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lob
The protestors were chanting and lobbing firebombs.
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heave
Heave a brick at the telly.
10 (verbo) 
Definition
to set or commit (to an action, task, or duty), esp. by force
Sinónimos
make
You can't make me do anything.
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force
They forced him to work for them at gun point.
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require
The rules require employers to provide safety training.
, ,
subject to
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oblige
This decree obliges unions to delay strikes.
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constrain
Individuals will be constrained to make many sacrifices for the greater good.

Frases verbales

See put in for something

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of advance
Definition
to present an idea for consideration
Many theories have been advanced as to why this is.
Sinónimos
put forward,
offer as a suggestion
in the sense of articulate
Definition
to express coherently in words
He failed to articulate an overall vision.
Sinónimos
say,
put across,
put into words,
verbalize,
asseverate (formal)
in the sense of assess
Definition
to judge the worth or importance of
The test was to assess aptitude rather than academic achievement.
Sinónimos
fix,
check out,
weigh up,
size up (informal),
eye up

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