Phrasal verb put up means
Meaning: Stop holding (but withdraw support gently).
Back up (Cause to move backward You can back up another two feet.Image source #9 put somebody.See put up in the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary.M is partnering with Gymglish to give you a free one-month trial of this excellent online English training course.Put out Meaning: Disturb or trouble someone Example: Would it be putting you OUT greatly if I asked to change to another day.(put it in the bookshelf, in the location from which you originally took it) #3 put down.To criticize and humiliate, every time I try to add something to the conversation, my brother puts me down by saying my opinions are stupid.Burn up (Have a high temperature Youre burning up have you seen a doctor?Keep up (Continue at the same rate Slow down!To write on a piece of paper (sometimes we just say put without down).Put on Meaning: Get fat Example: He's PUT ON a lot of weight since he gave up smoking.To fix a shelf or cupboard onto a wall Synonyms and related words 3 transitive to increase the value or price of something Synonyms and related words 4 transitive to provide a large amount of money for something Synonyms and related words 5 transitive.2to suggest an idea, etc.
Catch up (To reach the same level or standard as somebody who was better or more advanced After missing a term through illness he had to work hard to catch up with the others.
Pass up (To not take an opportunity We cant pass up this chance of increasing productivity.Inconvenience someone Is it OK if I arrive early?Meet up (Make an arrangement to meet What time should we meet up on Wednesday?Get up (Get out of bed I got up early this morning and went for a walk.Example: PUT me down FOR 50p per mile.IDM, close, what are red words?Put somethingup, add to my wordlist jump to other results 1 to raise something or put it in a higher position to put up a flag She's put her hair.Image source #2 put back return an object to the location where it came from.Show up (Arrive You can rely on Jim to show up on time.
Put off Meaning: Postpone Example: The concert's been PUT OFF until next month because the singer's got a throat infection.