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Definition of "put on" []

  • Used other than as an idiom: see put,‎ on. (verb)
  • To don (clothing, equipment, or the like). (verb)
  • To fool, kid, deceive. (verb)
  • To assume, adopt or affect; to behave in a particular way as a pretence. (verb)
  • To play (a recording). (verb)

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Use "put on" in a sentence
  • "Mel Judah was the next one out, overplaying a middle pair against Stuey, whom he mistakenly put on a draw."
  • "You put on your ‘Core-Breach’ mask and charge your way through another situation."
  • "Parents have set spending priorities, such as insisting that the centre put on paediatric first-aid courses."