English English Dictionary

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place in English:

1. place place


Everyone loves that place.
Tom loves coming here since he thinks this place serves the only fast food worth eating.
This time he dressed down, having realized that the smart suit would be out of place.
I think the Thai food at this place is seasoned so Japanese will like it.
It is not necessary to make a decision now about the place for meeting.
If your prices are competitive, we will place a large order.
Learning probably takes place in virtually every activity in which we take part.
Would you please stop singing so loudly? This is not a cheap drinking place.
I can place the palms of my hands on the floor without bending my knees.
We discovered that that house is infested with garter snakes. They're all over the place!
No place in the world is as beautiful as the Swiss Alps.
Instead of going back to the party, why don't we go to my place?
The police spent hours searching Tom's place, but they couldn't find the murder weapon.
No place is safe.
Because of some technical problem, a movie was shown in place of the announced program.

2. put put


If you don't want to put on sunscreen, that's your problem. Just don't come complaining to me when you get a sunburn.
Put it down.
Corporations are downsizing and reducing the amount of profits they put back into R&D.
We use computers to solve problems and to put information in order.
You can put your talents to good use if you become a designer.
She put on dark glasses to protect her eyes from the sun.
That politician put his foot in his mouth when he made those racist comments.
Don't you want to put in another disc? We've been listening to this one for two hours.
I never thought this rubber band would come in handy when I put it in my pocket this morning.
He struck a match, but quickly put it out.
The ages of the two children put together was equivalent to that of their father.
The opposing team did not put up much of a fight, so we won hands down.
All you have to do is to cultivate the ability to put yourself in the other fellow's place.
Put this medicine where children can't get it.
The insider trading scandal put a lot of people out of business.

3. to put something in a particular position to put something in a particular position



English word "place"(to put something in a particular position) occurs in sets:

Most common verbs 101 - 150

4. a location of something a location of something



English word "place"(a location of something) occurs in sets:

Most common nouns 1 - 50

5. take take


Take care.
It is not necessary for you to take his advice if you don't want to.
We must take protective measures against floods.
Take one tablet a day until all of the medicine is gone.
Take lots of vitamin C to avoid catching cold.
Tom doesn't know whether he should take on the job or not.
Because I didn't take the bus, I'm still not home.
Taking a hot bath helps me take my mind off my worries.
You'll save yourself a lot of time if you take the car.
If you take a close look, you'll find that your friends and you have similar personalities.
Don't take it for granted that the nature is always there to help us.
Instead of cleaning the house today, I think I'll take a walk.
Thanks for having explained to me at last why people take me for an idiot.
On weekends, I take my dogs out for a long walk in the park.
Although teachers give a lot of advice, students don't always take it.