Phrasal verbs con el verbo Put; En esta lección aprenderemos algunos phrasal verbs con put.
Ejemplos de Phrasal Verbs con el verbo Put
|put on||hacer que funcione un aparato, presionando un botón||I’ll put on the heating because the house is cold.|
|put on||poner algo donde se graba un sonido o una imagen en una máquina para ver o escuchar la grabación||Let’s stay in tonight, have dinner, put on an old film and watch it together.|
|put on||vestirse||I’m going to put on that new shirt I bought yesterday.|
|put out||apagar una luz presionando un botón||Hey! Who put out all the lights?|
|put out||sentirse molesto por algo que alguien te hizo o te dijo||I think Helen was a bit put out when you told her you didn’t like her new hairstyle. You should apologize.|
|put out||publicar||The ministry put out a leaflet to inform consumers about the new regulations.|
|put out||producir un nuevo producto||The car company has just put out a new line of electric cars.|
|put up||construir una estructura||The city council are putting up new office buildings to attract more business to the area.|
|put up||abrir algo doblado o enrollado para que esté listo para usar||Oh, it’s raining. Put up the umbrella, I’m getting wet.|
|put up with sb||aceptar el comportamiento desagradable de alguien incluso si no te gusta; tolerar||Larry couldn’t put up with his the boss’ constant bad moods and nasty comments so he resigned.|
|put off||decirle a alguien que no puedes verlo o hacer algo por él hasta más tarde||My mother keeps asking me to hang some pictures at her house but I’m so busy I have to keep putting her off.|
|put off||decidir o hacer arreglos para hacer algo más adelante; posponer||The boss is still away in China so we’ll have to put off the staff meeting until Monday.|
|put off||distraer a alguien||Please stop making noise with your feet. I’m trying to concentrate on this report and you’re putting me off.|
|put back||cambiar la fecha u hora de un evento para que ocurra más tarde de lo planeado||We were never going to make that deadline so we’ve put back the delivery for two weeks.|
|put back||poner algo donde estaba antes||When you have finished with the sugar, can you put it back in the cupboard, please?|
|put forward||hacer que un reloj muestre la hora anterior||In spring we put our clocks forward.|
|put sth/sb onto sth/sb||contarle a alguien sobre algo/alguien que podría ayudarlo, a menudo con algo/alguien que no sabían antes||I’m watching this really fantastic series on Netflix called Black Mirror. Mary put me onto it – it’s great.|
|put down||insultar a alguien||Paul was furious because Jenny put him down in front of all his friends.|
|put down||matar a un animal o mascota porque es viejo o está enfermo||Their dog was very old and sick so they had to put it down.|
|put down||tomar nota, escribir||In your letter, I think you should put down something about how sorry you are first.|
|put down||hacer un anticipo/depósito||We’ve just put down $10,000 on a new house.|
|put down||acostar a un bebé||After he put the baby down, he made himself a cup of tea and sat down to watch a film.|
|put across||comunicar algo claramente||I think Kevin put across his point very well but the teacher didn’t seem to like it.|
|put aside||mantener o guardar algo para más tarde||OK, let’s put aside the discussion about money for later.|
|put aside||ignorar temporalmente cosas negativas||I think we should put our differences aside and try to work out a solution that will suit everyone.|
|put away||devolver algo a su lugar original||Before I leave the office, I always put away all my stuff in the drawers because I like to leave my desk clean.|
|put away||mandar a prisión o a una institución mental||He stole $100,000 from the company and the judge put him away for six years.|
|put by||ahorrar dinero||I try to put something by every month so I have some money for my vacation.|
|put in||invertir tiempo, dinero o esfuerzo||We put in a lot of hours on this project but it has been worth it.|
|put in||instalar||The school put in a new air conditioning system yesterday so no the classrooms are nice and cool.|
|put in||presentar formalmente una solicitud, propuesta, etc.||The school has put in a request to the department of education for a new computer system.|
|put in||dar posición o lugar a alguien||She wasn’t happy in sales so they put her in customer service.|
Ejercicios de Phrasal verbs con el verbo put
Elige el significado correcto de los siguientes verbos tal como se usan en la oración. Los phrasal verbs y su significado están dentro de la caja.
- Please put on the light when you get inside the house. _______________ (make a device work by pressing a switch)
- I don’t know how to put out the lights in this room. _______________ (make a lighting stop by pressing a switch)
- She’s only three but Mia can put on her shoes and tie their laces. _______________ (to dress oneself)
- The company will put out the new issue of the company magazine later this month. _______________ (to publish)
- The government is planning to put up an airport on the island since many tourists visit the island all-year round. _______________ (build a structure)
- Please put up the tent; it’s getting dark and it’s starting to rain. _______________ (open something that is folded to make it ready for use)
- Why are you always putting me off? I’m trying to watch this movie. _______________ (distracting someone)
- The wedding was put off after the bride’s father died in a car accident. _______________ (postpone)
- After playing with her toys, my daughter puts them back in the box. _______________ (to put something where it was before)
- Can you put back my meeting with the Smiths till tomorrow night? ________ (change the date or time of an event so that it happens later than planned)
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Elige el significado correcto del phrasal verb utilizado en la oración.
- The family put aside money for theor trip to the Bahamas. (keep or save something for later)
- keep or save something for later
- ignore temporarily negative things
- I have put in almost all my savings into this new business venture. (to invest time, money or effort)
- to invest time, money or effort
- to install
- When her husband died, she had a nervous breakdown. Her family decided to put her away for treatment. (sent to a mental facility)
- return something to its original place
- sent to a mental facility
- His father put him in the CEO position after the retirement decision he announced to the shareholders. (to give the place or position to someone)
- to interrupt
- to give position or place to someone
- I have to put up with her behavior so I can graduate this year. (accept the unpleasant behavior; tolerate)
- open something that is folded or rolled to make it ready for use
- accept the unpleasant behavior of sb even if you don’t like it; tolerate
Ejercicio de comunicación de Phrasal verbs con el verbo Put
- Have you ever had to put up with somebody’s bad behavior? Tell more about it.
- Have you put in some of your money to a business or any income-generating activity? Explain further.
- What important plans did you put off this year to give way to more important things?
- How do you put away negative things that get in the way of your plans?
- Has your school/company/family put off an important event for no reason at all, something that you’re anticipating to come?