1. put up
I need to drill a hole in the wall to put up shelves.
They've put up a statue at the square.
The room looked nicer when we put up some pictures.
apartment blocks wete put up in the 60s
My ego put up even bigger blocks
I can put up with hot weather better than cold weather.
Have you ever put up a friend?
Because of a shortage of oil and gas, energy companies have put up their prices.
The WWF has put up posters all round the city.
It was easy to put up the shelves because they came with instructions on how to assemble them.
Several of the banks have decided to put up their interest rates.
A local businessman has put up the £500 000 needed to save the club.
I can't put up with my neighbour's noise any longer; it's driving me mad
One of his friends says he'll put up the money