Put on - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- add to the odometer
- apply to a surface (syn: apply)
- fool or hoax (syn: befool, cod, dupe, fool, gull, slang, take in)
- increase (one's body weight) (syn: gain)
He put his coat on hurriedly and ran out of the house.
His modesty is all put on.
The government has put yet another tax on cigarettes.
The train put on speed.
Please put the light on, it's getting dark.
...I put on a coat and shoes to go outside....
...some critics are putting it on when they say it's the best comedy ever made...
Which play is the Theatre Group putting on next?
Which play is the Globe putting on next?
I don't believe you, you're just putting me on!
How much are you prepared to put on this horse?
Why are you trying to put the blame on me?
He put on his best suit for the wedding
She put on a sun room
He put on 1,000 miles on this trip
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