Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

poner in English:

1. 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.

English word "poner"(put) occurs in sets:

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