The fire brigade soon put fotos de mujeres de 30 a 40 anos out the cita a ciegas en murcia fire.
To present or produce (a play etc ).
(of plants etc ) to produce (shoots, leaves etc ).
Synonyms and related words 2 to delay doing something, especially because you do not want to do it put off doing something : He was glad to have an excuse to put off telling her the news.To issue, give out.To arrange (a deal, agreement etc ).Put one's feet up to take a rest.To add or increase.He's very good at putting his ideas across.To provide (money) for a purpose.



One-star words are frequent, two-star words are more frequent, and three-star words are the most frequent.
He promised to put up the money for the scheme.
The car put on speed; I've put on weight.
Put someone off their stride/stroke to stop someone from thinking clearly Synonyms and related words 6 to switch off a machine or piece of equipment Synonyms and related words 7 to stop a car, bus etc and let someone get out of it Ill put.To increase (a price etc ).To dress oneself.Close, thesaurus, the thesaurus of synonyms and related words is fully integrated into the dictionary.I was put out by his decision.To abandon (work etc ) temporarily.They always put on extra buses between.00 and.00.m.To submit or present (a proposal, question etc ).




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