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Put Through meaning in English

Meaning of Put Through in English

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Put Through

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1. carry out, follow out, follow through, follow up, go through, implement, put through

pursue to a conclusion or bring to a successful issue

Example Sentences:
'Did he go through with the treatment?'
'He implemented a new economic plan'
'She followed up his recommendations with a written proposal'

2. put through

connect by telephone

Example Sentences:
'the operator put a call through to Rio'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.

Put Through

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verb (tr, mainly adverb)
to carry out to a conclusion
he put through his plan
2. (also preposition)
to organize the processing of
she put through his application to join the organization
to connect by telephone
to make (a telephone call)

Collins English Dictionary. Copyright © HarperCollins Publishers

Put Through

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1.  US
to perform successfully; carry out
to cause to do or undergo
to connect (someone) by telephone with someone else

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.

Put Through

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v. put, put·ting, puts
1. To place in a specified location; set: She put the books on the table.
2. To cause to be in a specified condition: His gracious manners put me at ease.
3. To cause (one) to undergo something; subject: The interrogators put the prisoner to torture.
4. To assign; attribute: They put a false interpretation on events.
5. To estimate: We put the time at five o'clock.
6. To impose or levy: The governor has put a tax on cigarettes.
7. Games To wager (a stake); bet: put $50 on a horse.
8. Sports To hurl with an overhand pushing motion: put the shot.
9. To bring up for consideration or judgment: put a question to the judge.
10. To express; state: I put my objections bluntly.
11. To render in a specified language or literary form: put prose into verse.
12. To adapt: The lyrics had been put to music.
13. To urge or force to an action: a mob that put the thief to flight.
14. To apply: We must put our minds to it.
15. To force the purchase of (a stock or commodity) by exercising a put option.
Nautical To proceed: The ship put into the harbor.
1. Sports An act of putting the shot.
2. An option to sell a stipulated amount of stock or securities within a specified time and at a fixed price.
Fixed; stationary: stay put.

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