Siirry navigaatioon Siirry hakuun
- panna, laittaa, asettaa (sisään); panna rahaa tilille
- When you pour hot water into a glass, put a spoon in first.
- He put two lumps of sugar in his tea.
- She put in the coins and dialed his number.
- He was put in prison.
- You should put the money in the bank.
- His father put a large amount in for him.
- I put in some perennials under the window.
- I had a new lock put in.
- I put that window in myself.
- sijoittaa (yritykseen, projektiin tms.)
- Angel investors put money in start-ups.
- The Manhattan socialite had put money in several Broadway and Off-Broadway shows.
- uhrata aikaa t. vaivaa johonkin; panna toivonsa, luottamuksensa jms. jhkn
- I put in forty-five hours a week or more all winter.
- Everyone seemed to be putting in an effort today. Good job!
- I put faith in you.
- huomauttaa (väliin)
- "But not you?" she put in cheekily.
- lisätä; merkitä; kirjoittaa
- He read my story and suggested I put in better descriptions of the characters.
- Do I have to put it in writing before you understand!
- The painter put in a fisherman in his seascape.
- jättää (ehdotus, vaatimus, pyyntö, tilaus)
- The employers' organisation cannot possibly accept the hefty wage claim the unions put in.
- He put in a request for transfer to another garrison.
- I put in an order for a new car.
- soittaa, ottaa yhteyttä puhelimitse
- He put in the important phone call, then made himself a stiff drink.
- valita (tehtävään)
- He was put in as senior editor.
- (merenkulku) piipahtaa satamassa, pysähtyä johonkin
- Sooner or later a ship will put in this island.
- We didn't put in at that harbour.