Put down - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- put in a horizontal position (syn: lay, repose)
- cause to come to the ground (syn: bring down, land)
- reduce in worth or character, usually verbally (syn: degrade, demean, disgrace, take down)
- put (an animal) to death (syn: destroy)
- make a record of; set down in permanent form (syn: enter, record)
You'd be surprised at the amount that boy can put down in a single day.
Put down every word she says.
The troops put down the rebellion.
Tom's latest book has been severely put down in the newspaper reports.
Put down your expenditure.
He made an unkind remark, intended to put her down.
I put his bad temper down to his recent illness.
The pilot was able to put the damaged plane down safely.
...he has the annoying habit of putting down others under the guise of offering constructive criticism...
...we had the whole agreement put down on paper...
Can you put me down at the next corner, please?
Put down whatever you're doing and join the party!
I'll take three boxes; would you put them down (to my account)?
Put me down for £ 5.
Put me down for a donation!