parody, lampoon, spoof, sendup, mockery, takeoff, burlesque, travesty, charade, pasquinade, put-on(noun)
a composition that imitates or misrepresents somebody's style, usually in a humorous way
jeer, fraud, prank, joke, trick, scoff, takeoff, caper, farce comedy, parody, hoax, spoof, put-on, humbug, farce, burlesque, travesty, scoffing, antic, pasquinade, jeering, mockery, sendup, lampoon, dupery, charade, fraudulence
fraud, fraudulence, dupery, hoax, humbug, put-on(noun)
something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage
pasquinade, put-on, tarradiddle, duplicity, drool, twaddle, bilgewater, caper, burlesque, fraud, parody, baloney, takeoff, joke, mockery, tommyrot, humbug, pretender, charade, fake, faker, impostor, role player, hoax, sham, fraudulence, dupery, pseud, trick, pseudo, antic, lampoon, shammer, snake oil, travesty, sendup, tosh, boloney, deceit, taradiddle, spoof, imposter, bosh, prank
antic, joke, prank, trick, caper, put-on(adj)
a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement
pasquinade, put-on, thaumaturgy, gag, john, sendup, deception, legerdemain, magic trick, parody, job, jest, capriole, fraud, whoremaster, clowning, takeoff, caper, mockery, humbug, charade, frivolity, jape, jocularity, play, joke, buffoonery, romp, fraudulence, fast one, dupery, trick, illusion, magic, lampoon, harlequinade, antic, hoax, travesty, whoremonger, laugh, gambol, frolic, burlesque, spoof, conjuring trick, prank, japery, conjuration
assumed, false, fictitious, fictive, pretended, put on, sham(verb)
adopted in order to deceive
"an assumed name"; "an assumed cheerfulness"; "a fictitious address"; "fictive sympathy"; "a pretended interest"; "a put-on childish voice"; "sham modesty"
wear, put on, get into, don, assume(verb)
put clothing on one's body
"What should I wear today?"; "He put on his best suit for the wedding"; "The princess donned a long blue dress"; "The queen assumed the stately robes"; "He got into his jeans"
wear thin, dupe, put one over, seize, take, simulate, befool, slang, hold out, tire, don, endure, wear out, put one across, acquire, move into, adopt, strike, have on, take for granted, come in, assume, take over, gain, presume, take in, go into, break, fall apart, jade, apply, arrogate, tire out, wear upon, turn in, get into, sham, bust, get in, usurp, wear off, gull, outwear, cod, fool, enter, wear down, accept, weary, take on, feign, fatigue, mount, go in, take up, tangle with, fag out, wear, bear
add to something existing
"She put on a sun room"
put on the stove or ready for cooking
"put on the tea, please!"
put on, turn in(verb)
carry out (performances)
"They turned in a splendid effort"; "They turned in top jobs for the second straight game"
dupe, go to bed, hit the sack, gull, deliver, gain, put one over, get into, slang, fork out, go to sleep, sack out, put one across, turn in, render, befool, hand over, cod, crawl in, kip down, assume, take in, wear, hit the hay, mount, fork over, fool, bed, don, apply, fork up, retire
add to the odometer
"He put on 1,000 miles on this trip"
mount, put on(verb)
prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance
"mount a theater production"; "mount an attack"; "mount a play"
get on, put one over, gull, gain, bestride, turn in, get into, slang, climb on, wax, dupe, assume, apply, go up, don, cod, mount up, put one across, take in, befool, wear, climb up, ride, rise, fool, jump on, hop on, climb, mount
put on, apply(verb)
apply to a surface
"She applied paint to the back of the house"; "Put on make-up!"
dupe, use, gull, gain, put one over, get into, enforce, slang, practice, hold, put one across, turn in, utilize, befool, cod, give, assume, take in, wear, lend oneself, mount, employ, fool, implement, don, go for, apply, utilise
gull, dupe, slang, befool, cod, fool, put on, take in, put one over, put one across(verb)
fool or hoax
"The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone"; "You can't fool me!"
earn, draw, take in, put one over, gather in, suck up, assimilate, invite, befool, catch, slang, imbibe, make, pull in, don, tantalise, put one across, take, have, suck, adopt, view, rally, tease, assume, see, fool around, horse around, gain, fool away, fritter, ingest, realise, apply, ride, turn in, get into, sop up, watch, receive, fritter away, arse around, clear, razz, frivol away, gull, take up, soak up, tantalize, cod, dissipate, fool, shoot, bring in, overhear, rag, mount, taunt, wear, dupe, realize, consume, absorb, collect, bait, twit, suck in
gain, put on(verb)
increase (one's body weight)
"She gained 20 pounds when she stopped exercising"
earn, take in, benefit, pull in, befool, gather, hit, arrive at, attain, win, slang, don, put one across, pull ahead, acquire, make headway, fool, advance, make, assume, put one over, gain, realise, apply, turn in, gain ground, clear, gull, profit, get into, cod, dupe, derive, reach, bring in, wear, mount, realize, get ahead
English Synonyms and Antonyms
The distinctive idea of assume is to take by one's own independent volition, whether well or ill, rightfully or wrongfully. One may accept an obligation or assume an authority that properly belongs to him, or he may assume an obligation or indebtedness that could not be required of him. He may assume authority or office that is his right; if he assumes what does not belong to him, he is said to arrogate or usurp it. A man may usurp the substance of power in the most unpretending way; what he arrogates to himself he assumes with a haughty and overbearing manner. One assumes the robes or insignia of office by putting them on, with or without right. If he takes to himself the credit and appearance of qualities he does not possess, he is said to affect or feign, or to pretend to, the character he thus assumes. What a debater postulates he openly states and takes for granted without proof; what he assumes he may take for granted without mention. A favorite trick of the sophist is quietly to assume as true what would at once be challenged if expressly stated. What a man claims he asserts his right to take; what he assumes he takes.
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How to use put on in a sentence?
He forced the guard to disrobe and then put on his clothes, he then held the shank against the guard as they went downstairs and he left through a side door.
You never know with these police, just because they put on a uniform doesn't mean they want to serve you, if the chief saw something to fire him, something that we the public didn't see, then why isn't he arrested ?
I figured something was going to happen to us eventually, as a medic, looking at all that [ smoke ], I knew it was toxic. A firefighter knows that you put on a breathing apparatus when you see smoke like that and you dont even go into the building unless youre on air. And we were next to that, breathing it in all the time.
It's about the food you eat and it's about what you put on your skin and what you're cleaning your house with.
We need protection, we’re exposed to so much, it’s very important that we put on that armor that the fire service gives us. But, it’s more important that we put on the armor of God so we can’t be attacked. We’re attacked in so many different ways. When you have your armor on, God’s with you and you’re protected.
Translations for put on
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- لبس, ارتدىArabic
- надзяваць, надзецьBelarusian
- обличам, облекаBulgarian
- oblékat, obléctCzech
- aufsetzen, anziehenGerman
- cuir arIrish
- mettere, posare, indossare, vestireItalian
- 被る, 着る, 履くJapanese
- aut, vilktLatvian
- opzetten, aantrekken, aandoen, zettenDutch
- wkładać, włożyćPolish
- اغوستلPashto, Pushto
- pôr, vestirPortuguese
- ставить, надеть, надевать, поставитьRussian
- обући, obućiSerbo-Croatian
- obliecť, obliekaťSlovak
- ใส่, สวมใส่, ครอง, สวมThai
- надіти, надівати, надягатиUkrainian
- đeo vào, đi vào, mặc vàoVietnamese
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