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to put sth. down


Definition (British English)

put, down
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

put, down
Merriam Webster

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put, down
Merriam Webster


put, down
Online Etymology Dictionary

etw. absenken



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put and call option - StellageschäftLast post 16 Mar 12, 14:43
I believe there is a typo in the German word as the translation of "put and call" seems to b…1 Replies
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to put up with - etw ertragenLast post 29 Jan 07, 05:53
ich hatte immer den eindruck dass "to put up with" sich beschäftigen mit heisst, als ich aus…8 Replies
transform - umspannenLast post 17 Nov 03, 19:47
Es laesst sich nicht mit nur einem Begriff umspannen: It does not let itself be encompassed …2 Replies
put out or put sth outLast post 16 Apr 11, 13:59
Do I say I put the dustbins out, or I put out the dustbins, or is both correct? Thanks1 Replies
put paid - etwas ein Ende Setzen and othersLast post 01 Jul 20, 00:33
From M-W: put paid tochiefly British : to finish off : bring an end toLexico/Oxford includes…4 Replies
to put one's eye makeup on - sich schminkenLast post 06 Apr 09, 13:59
Oder ist das irgendein Idiom das ich nicht kenne?2 Replies
to put through a pilger mill - pilgern | pilgerte, gepilgert |Last post 30 Nov 10, 11:36
Verben (3 of 3) to pilger [tech.] --- pilgern [Metallverarbeitung] | pilgerte, gepil0 Replies

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