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Definition of the verb put through
What does put through mean as a doing phrase?
- pursue to a conclusion or bring to a successful issue
- lexical domain: Change - verbs of size, temperature change, intensifying, etc.
- synonyms of put through: carry out / follow out / follow through / follow up / go through with / implement
- more generic words: complete / finish = come or bring to a finish or an end
- more specific word: adhere = follow through or carry out a plan without deviation
- connect by telephone
Syntactic formula Example for the syntactic formula [Agent - being] [Verb] [Theme] [Destination, locative adverb] I put the book here/there | I spooned the sauce there [Agent - being] [Verb] [Theme] [Locative Preposition] [Destination] I put the book on/under/near the table [Agent - being] [Verb] on / upon [Destination] [Theme] They put upon me a brilliant, red helm
- lexical domain: Contact - verbs of touching, hitting, tying, digging
- more generic terms: connect / link / link up / tie = connect, fasten, or put together two or more pieces
Alternative definition of the verb put through
- [idiomatic] [context: telephoning, transitive] to connect
- [idiomatic] to cause to endure
- [soccer, transitive] To pass the ball to (someone) giving them a one-on-one scoring opportunity.
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by Christine Ammer
put through 1. Bring to a successful conclusion, as in We put through a number ofnew laws. [Mid1800s] 2. Make a telephone connection, ...
Designed to Suggest Immediately Any Desired Word Needed to Express Exactly a Given Idea; a Dictionary, Synonyms, Antonyms, Idioms, Foreign Phrases, Pronunciations, a Copious Correlation of Words, Prepared Under the Supervision of Francis Andrew March ... and Francis Andrew March, Jr by Francis Andrew March
Put through repair. Put to rights. lly. To recover strength and vigor, to restore to discipline, as a demoralized army. Reaninnate. To call back to life; reinvigorate. Reappear. To appear again. Rebuild. To build again after destruction or decay.
by JOHN RUSSELL BARTLETT
To Put through. To carry through, effect, accomplish, a piece of busi ness. A term much used ...
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Put through the colander, and serve very hot. Croatons should also be served with this. Celery Soup.–Cut the white part of celery into pieces about an inch long , and put them into a saucepan with a pint of good white stock, 2 ozs. of butter, 4 lb.
by Edward Spon, Francis N. Spon
The cotton is first put through the opener, and made into a lap. For good work, it is then carded to take out all short or defective fibre, neps, motes, &c., in order to secure a clear yarn. Where this is not essential, the carding may be dispensed ...
Encyclopedia of Arkansas (1998)
by Nancy Capace
A majority of the delegates, including Murphy, opposed secession, but they allowed the secessionists to put through a resolution submitting "secession" or " cooperation" to the people to be voted upon in 117 Governors IBT-0117.
by Jan Onofrio
A majority of the delegates, including Murphy, opposed secession, but they allowed the secessionists to put through a resolution submitting "secession" or " cooperation" to the people to be voted upon in August. After the bombardment of Fort ...
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Put through Meaning
Video shows what put through means. To connect (a telephone caller with intended callee).. to cause to endure. To pass the ball to (someone) giving them a ...
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I think the point to be understood is that we're all different. I've never been a fan of theories of acting. I didn't go to drama school, so I was never put through a training that was limited by someone saying, 'This is the way you should act.' (Ian McKellen)