put option, put(verb)
the option to sell a given stock (or stock index or commodity future) at a given price before a given date
put, set, place, pose, position, lay(verb)
put into a certain place or abstract location
"Put your things here"; "Set the tray down"; "Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children"; "Place emphasis on a certain point"
sit, site, redact, gear up, fructify, send, mystify, put down, coiffure, plant, cast, prepare, do, rank, frame, place, impersonate, fix, countersink, arrange, stick, set up, define, station, gravel, aim, repose, amaze, beat, posture, come out, dress, typeset, localise, dumbfound, localize, mark, go under, point, locate, specify, correct, bewilder, set, personate, position, come in, rate, sic, range, limit, jell, grade, present, coiffe, post, baffle, lay, pose, vex, coif, commit, direct, perplex, stupefy, flummox, ready, rig, get, order, invest, identify, determine, target, puzzle, model, go down, congeal, assign, lay out, couch, adjust, nonplus
cause to be in a certain state; cause to be in a certain relation
"That song put me in awful good humor"; "put your ideas in writing"
frame, redact, cast, put, couch(verb)
formulate in a particular style or language
"I wouldn't put it that way"; "She cast her request in very polite language"
vomit, roll, vagabond, frame in, barf, lay, draw up, ramble, set up, compose, spue, disgorge, range, commit, be sick, invest, sick, stray, rove, honk, place, frame, entrap, chuck, drop, puke, throw, cast, assign, edit, redact, mould, purge, cat, wander, upchuck, arrange, vomit up, border, order, position, ensnare, pose, hurtle, mold, cast off, shake off, throw off, swan, throw away, regorge, tramp, contrive, frame up, draw, spew, hurl, regurgitate, throw up, drift, set, couch, project, retch, roam, shed
attribute or give
"She put too much emphasis on her the last statement"; "He put all his efforts into this job"; "The teacher put an interesting twist to the interpretation of the story"
set apart, arrogate, set up, set, pose, frame, place, cast, lay, invest, portion, impute, redact, ascribe, arrange, depute, delegate, specify, designate, couch, position, commit, attribute, assign, order, allot
invest, put, commit, place(verb)
make an investment
"Put money into bonds"
dedicate, seat, institutionalize, empower, endue, localize, perpetrate, intrust, trust, commit, enthrone, target, vest, post, station, place, frame, point, come in, gift, position, grade, arrange, adorn, assign, pull, lay, institutionalise, give, aim, cast, devote, redact, couch, identify, direct, charge, practice, endow, indue, site, set up, invest, confide, rank, consecrate, rate, clothe, send, induct, entrust, come out, set, order, locate, pose, localise, range
place, put, set(verb)
"We put the time of arrival at 8 P.M."
lay out, go under, dress, rank, prepare, mark, localize, range, fix, commit, target, fructify, station, gear up, go down, post, place, specify, frame, point, come in, position, aim, arrange, cast, assign, redact, lay, correct, countersink, jell, plant, determine, coiffure, do, define, direct, grade, couch, identify, coif, ready, set up, invest, sic, locate, rate, coiffe, limit, send, rig, come out, set, typeset, adjust, order, site, pose, localise, congeal
cause (someone) to undergo something
"He put her to the torture"
"put these words to music"
arrange, set up, put, order(verb)
arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events
"arrange my schedule"; "set up one's life"; "I put these memories with those of bygone times"
tack together, commit, put together, ordain, dress, found, prepare, instal, piece, tack, range, fix, establish, put in, dictate, rate, gear up, put up, place, lay out, entrap, regulate, position, coiffure, arrange, govern, rig, assign, redact, ordinate, lay, coiffe, regularize, do, rank, frame, fix up, regularise, erect, ensnare, raise, couch, stage, coif, launch, pitch, cast, ready, set up, enjoin, effect, invest, effectuate, install, consecrate, rear, grade, assemble, tell, format, set, prescribe, order, pose, say
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Put is the most general term for bringing an object to some point or within some space, however exactly or loosely; we may put a horse in a pasture, or put a bullet in a rifle or into an enemy. Place denotes more careful movement and more exact location; as, to place a crown on one's head, or a garrison in a city. To lay is to place in a horizontal position; to set is to place in an upright position; we lay a cloth, and set a dish upon a table. To deposit is to put in a place of security for future use; as, to deposit money in a bank; the original sense, to lay down or let down (quietly), is also common; as, the stream deposits sediment.
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How to use put in a sentence?
They're elated that the jury sent a message to local counties and governments in general that privacy matters and that you can not recklessly put out our data on the internet.
This all could have been avoided with better communication and better training for all involved, let’s face it, if you offer someone a new ticket and a little more than $800, you’ll have more people jumping off. United never expected something like this but because they were being greedy and put crewmembers above the customer, common sense flew out the window.
We’re just going to put a smile on our face, go through life, and say – throw what you got at me because we got each other, we’ll get through this.
Your body has built-in mechanisms that don't allow it to overdose from food, but that doesn't exist for supplements. Too much magnesium via supplement can put your heart into an arrhythmia and that can even be fatal, particularly for people with issues like diabetes.
Rather than being pictured and being put in places, I wanna give him the chance [of a life outside of the public eye], if I take it away from him now, he never has the chance to go back.
Translations for put
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- يضع, وضعArabic
- metre, ficar, posarCatalan, Valencian
- umístit, dát, vrhnout, postavitCzech
- gosod, dodiWelsh
- legen, stellen, tun, setzenGerman
- θέτω, βάζω, ρίχνωGreek
- colocar, situar, ponerSpanish
- työntää, panna, esittää, asettaa, käyttää, optio, laittaaFinnish
- poser, mettre, placerFrench
- cuir, tilgScottish Gaelic
- helyez, rak, teszHungarian
- porre, mettereItalian
- 置く, 据えるJapanese
- whakatakoto, pangaMāori
- става, искажува, поставува, доведуваMacedonian
- stellen, zetten, doen, brengen, leggen, plaatsenDutch
- اچولPashto, Pushto
- colocar, pôr, botarPortuguese
- metter, meterRomansh
- положить, класть, ставить, поставитьRussian
- míntere, míntiriSardinian
- staviti, kazati, postaviti, ста̏вити, dovestiSerbo-Croatian
- položiť, daťSlovak
- sätta, placera, ställa, he, läggaSwedish
- đặt, đểVietnamese
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