Pronunciation of Put  


English Meaning

A pit.

  1. To place in a specified location; set: She put the books on the table.
  2. To cause to be in a specified condition: His gracious manners put me at ease.
  3. To cause (one) to undergo something; subject: The interrogators put the prisoner to torture.
  4. To assign; attribute: They put a false interpretation on events.
  5. To estimate: We put the time at five o'clock.
  6. To impose or levy: The governor has put a tax on cigarettes.
  7. Games To wager (a stake); bet: put $50 on a horse.
  8. Sports To hurl with an overhand pushing motion: put the shot.
  9. To bring up for consideration or judgment: put a question to the judge.
  10. To express; state: I put my objections bluntly.
  11. To render in a specified language or literary form: put prose into verse.
  12. To adapt: The lyrics had been put to music.
  13. To urge or force to an action: a mob that put the thief to flight.
  14. To apply: We must put our minds to it.
  15. To force the purchase of (a stock or commodity) by exercising a put option.
  16. To begin to move, especially in a hurry.
  17. Nautical To proceed: The ship put into the harbor.
  18. Sports An act of putting the shot.
  19. An option to sell a stipulated amount of stock or securities within a specified time and at a fixed price.
  20. Informal Fixed; stationary: stay put.
  21. put about Nautical To change or cause to change direction; go or cause to go from one tack to another.
  22. put across To state so as to be understood clearly or accepted readily: put her views across during the hearing.
  23. put across To attain or carry through by deceit or trickery.
  24. put away To renounce; discard: put all negative thoughts away.
  25. put away Informal To consume (food or drink) readily and quickly: put away the dinner in just a few minutes.
  26. put away Informal To confine to a mental health facility.
  27. put away Informal To kill: The injured cat was put away.
  28. put away To bury.
  29. put by To save for later use: "Some crops were so abundant they could even be put by” ( Carole Lalli).
  30. put down To write down.
  31. put down To enter in a list.
  32. put down To bring to an end; repress: put down a rebellion.
  33. put down To render ineffective: put down rumors.
  34. put down To subject (an animal) to euthanasia.
  35. put down To criticize: put me down for failing the course.
  36. put down To belittle; disparage: put down their knowledge of literature.
  37. put down To humiliate: "Many status games seem designed to put down others” ( Alvin F. Poussaint).
  38. put down To assign to a category: Just put him down as a sneak.
  39. put down To attribute: Let's put this disaster down to inexperience.
  40. put down To consume (food or drink) readily; put away: puts down three big meals a day.
  41. put forth To grow: Plants put forth new growth in the spring.
  42. put forth To bring to bear; exert: At least put forth a semblance of effort when you scrub the floor.
  43. put forth To offer for consideration: put forth an idea.
  44. put forward To propose for consideration: put forward a new plan.
  45. put in To make a formal offer of: put in a plea of guilty.
  46. put in To introduce, as in conversation; interpose: He put in a good word for me.
  47. put in To spend (time) at a location or job: I put in eight hours at the office.
  48. put in To plant: We put in 20 rows of pine trees.
  49. put in To apply: put in for early retirement.
  50. put in Nautical To enter a port or harbor: The freighter puts in at noon.
  51. put off To delay; postpone: put off paying the bills.
  52. put off To persuade to delay further action: managed to put off the creditors for another week.
  53. put off To take off; discard: put off a sweater.
  54. put off To repel or repulse, as from bad manners: His indifferent attitude has put us off.
  55. put off To pass (money) or sell (merchandise) fraudulently.
  56. put on To clothe oneself with; don: put on a coat; put socks on.
  57. put on To apply; activate: put on the brakes.
  58. put on To assume affectedly: put on an English accent.
  59. put on Slang To tease or mislead (another): You're putting me on!
  60. put on To add: put on weight.
  61. put on To produce; perform: put on a variety show.
  62. put out To extinguish: put out a fire.
  63. put out Nautical To leave, as a port or harbor; depart.
  64. put out To expel: put out a drunk.
  65. put out To publish: put out a weekly newsletter.
  66. put out To inconvenience: Did our early arrival put you out?
  67. put out To offend or irritate: I was put out by his attention to the television set.
  68. put out To make an effort.
  69. put out Baseball To retire a runner.
  70. put out Vulgar Slang To be sexually active. Used of a woman.
  71. put over To postpone; delay.
  72. put over To put across, especially to deceive: tried to put a lie over, but to no avail.
  73. put through To bring to a successful end: put the project through on time; put through a number of new laws.
  74. put through To cause to undergo: He put me through a lot of trouble.
  75. put through To make a telephone connection for: The operator put me through on the office line.
  76. put through To obtain a connection for (a telephone call).
  77. put to Nautical To head for shore.
  78. put together To construct; create: put together a new bookcase; put together a tax package.
  79. put up To erect; build.
  80. put up To preserve; can: put up six jars of jam.
  81. put up To nominate: put up a candidate at a convention.
  82. put up To provide (funds) in advance: put up money for the new musical.
  83. put up To provide lodgings for: put a friend up for the night.
  84. put up Sports To startle (game animals) from cover: put up grouse.
  85. put up To offer for sale: put up his antiques.
  86. put up To make a display or the appearance of: put up a bluff.
  87. put up To engage in; carry on: put up a good fight.
  88. put upon To impose on; overburden: He was always being put upon by his friends.
  89. an end To bring to an end; terminate.
  90. put down roots To establish a permanent residence in a locale.
  91. put in an appearance To attend a social engagement, especially for a short time.
  92. put it to (someone) Slang To overburden with tasks or work.
  93. put it to (someone) Slang To put blame on.
  94. put it to (someone) Slang To take unfair advantage of.
  95. put it to (someone) Slang To lay out the facts of a situation to (another) in a forceful candid manner.
  96. put it to (someone) Slang To defeat soundly; trounce.
  97. put (one) in mind To remind: You put me in mind of your grandmother.
  98. put (oneself) out To make a considerable effort; go to trouble or expense.
  99. put (one's) finger on To identify: I can't put my finger on the person in that photograph.
  100. put (one's) foot down To take a firm stand.
  101. put (one's) foot in (one's) mouth To make a tactless remark.
  102. put paid to Chiefly British To finish off; put to rest: "We've given up saying we only kill to eat; Kraft dinner and freeze-dried food have put paid to that one” ( Margaret Atwood).
  103. put (someone) in (someone's) place To lower the dignity of (someone); humble.
  104. put (someone) through (someone's) paces To cause to demonstrate ability or skill; test: The drama coach put her students through their paces before the first performance.
  105. put (someone) up to To cause to commit a funny, mischievous, or malicious act: My older brother put me up to making a prank telephone call.
  106. put something over on: To deceive, cheat, or trick.
  107. arm Slang To ask another for money.
  108. put the finger on Slang To inform on: The witness put the finger on the killer.
  109. make Slang To make sexual advances to.
  110. to Slang To pressure (another) in an extreme manner.
  111. put the skids on Slang To bring to a halt: "Sacrificing free speech to put the skids on prurient printed matter is not the correct path, the courts said” ( Curtis J. Sitomer).
  112. put to bed Informal To make final preparations for the printing of (a newspaper, for example).
  113. put to bed Informal To make final preparations for completing (a project).
  114. put to it To cause extreme difficulty for: We were put to it to finish the book on time.
  115. put to sleep To make weary; bore.
  116. put to sleep To subject to euthanasia.
  117. put to sleep To subject to general anesthesia.
  118. put two and two together To draw the proper conclusions from existing evidence or indications.
  119. put up or shut up Slang To have to endure (something unpleasant) without complaining or take the action necessary to remove the source of the unpleasantry.
  120. put up with To endure without complaint: We had to put up with the inconvenience.

Malayalam Meaning

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× സ്ഥാപിക്കുക - Sthaapikkuka | Sthapikkuka
× ചുമതലപ്പെടുത്തുക - Chumathalappeduththuka | Chumathalappeduthuka
× ആക്കുക - Aakkuka | akkuka
× ഉയര്‍ത്തുക - Uyar‍ththuka | Uyar‍thuka
× പ്രത്യേക രീതിയില്‍ ഏര്‍പ്പെടുത്തുക - Prathyeka Reethiyil‍ Er‍ppeduththuka | Prathyeka Reethiyil‍ Er‍ppeduthuka
× ഒരു ഡാറ്റയിലെ റെക്കോര്‍ഡ്‌സ്‌ ഔട്ട്‌പുട്ട ഫയലിലേക്ക്‌ മാറ്റുക - Oru Daattayile Rekkor‍dsu Auttputta Phayalilekku Maattuka | Oru Dattayile Rekkor‍dsu outtputta Phayalilekku Mattuka
× നിര്‍ദ്ദിഷ്‌ട ബന്ധത്തിലോ അവസ്ഥയിലോ ആക്കുക - Nir‍ddhishda Bandhaththilo Avasthayilo Aakkuka | Nir‍dhishda Bandhathilo Avasthayilo akkuka
× ഇടുക - Iduka
× അവസ്ഥാന്തരം വരുത്തുക - Avasthaantharam Varuththuka | Avasthantharam Varuthuka
× ഏര്‍ - Er‍
× ഒഴിഞ്ഞുമാറല്‍ - Ozhinjumaaral‍ | Ozhinjumaral‍
× താഴ്‌ത്തുക - Thaazhththuka | Thazhthuka
× വ്യാപരിക്കുക - Vyaaparikkuka | Vyaparikkuka
× ഒരു ഡാറ്റയിലെ റെക്കോര്‍ഡ്‌സ്‌ ഔട്ട്‌പുട്ട ഫയലിലേക്ക്‌ മാറ്റുക - Oru Daattayile Rekkor‍dsu Auttputta Phayalilekku Maattuka | Oru Dattayile Rekkor‍dsu outtputta Phayalilekku Mattuka
× ഒഴിഞ്ഞുമാറുക - Ozhinjumaaruka | Ozhinjumaruka
× വ്യക്തമാക്കുക - Vyakthamaakkuka | Vyakthamakkuka


The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

Leviticus 14:29

The rest of the oil that is in the priest's hand he shall put on the head of him who is to be cleansed, to make atonement for him before the LORD.

അവൻ പ്രാപ്തിപോലെ കുറുപ്രാവുകളിലോ

Matthew 2:16

Then Herod, when he saw that he was deceived by the wise men, was exceedingly angry; and he sent forth and put to death all the male children who were in Bethlehem and in all its districts, from two years old and under, according to the time which he had determined from the wise men.

വിദ്വാന്മാർ തന്നെ കളിയാക്കി എന്നു ഹെരോദാവു കണ്ടു വളരെ കോപിച്ചു, വിദ്വാന്മാരോടു ചോദിച്ചറിഞ്ഞ കാലത്തിന്നു ഒത്തവണ്ണം രണ്ടു വയസ്സും താഴെയുമുള്ള ആൺകുട്ടികളെ ഒക്കെയും ബേത്ത്ളേഹെമിലും അതിന്റെ എല്ലാ അതിരുകളിലും ആളയച്ചു കൊല്ലിച്ചു.

1 Kings 1:1

Now King David was old, advanced in years; and they put covers on him, but he could not get warm.

ദാവീദ്‍രാജാവു വയസ്സുചെന്നു വൃദ്ധനായപ്പോൾ അവനെ കമ്പിളി പുതപ്പിച്ചിട്ടും കുളിർ മാറിയില്ല.


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