put on

Synonyms and related words:
Parthian shot, accelerate, act, act a part, administer, affect, affectation, affected, affectedness, airs, airs and graces, apocryphal, apply, apply to, artificial, artificiality, assume, assumed, back answer, banter, barge in, bastard, be a gas, be a hit, befool, bestow, bet, bill, blanket, block, bluff, bogus, bomb, break in, break in upon, brummagem, burden with, burst in, butt in, canopy, caustic remark, chaff, change, charge, charge in, cheat, clinquant, cloak, clothe, cloud, colorable, colored, come between, comeback, cope, counterfeit, counterfeited, cover, cover up, cowl, crack, crack on, crash, crash in, crash the gates, creep in, crowd in, curtain, cut, cut in, cutting remark, deceit, deceive, deception, demand, dig, disguise, dissemble, dissimulate, distorted, do a bit, don, dose, dose with, dramatize, draw on, dress in, dressed up, dummy, dump, dupe, eclipse, edge in, elbow in, embellished, embroidered, encroach, enforce upon, engage, enjoin, entrench, ersatz, exact, facade, face, factitious, fail, fake, faked, fakement, FALSE, false front, false show, falsified, fasten upon, feature, feign, feigned, feigned belief, fictitious, fictive, film, fleer, flop, flout, foist in, foist on, foolery, force, force upon, forgery, four-flush, frame-up, fraud, freight with, front, gain ground, gamble, game, gammon, garbled, get into, get on, gibe, gibing retort, give, give a boost, give a lift, gull, hasten, haze, headline, help up, hire, histrionize, hoax, hood, horn in, horse, humbug, hurry up, hypocrisy, hypocritical, illegitimate, image, imitation, impinge, impose, impose on, impose upon, impostor, infatuate, infiltrate, inflict on, inflict upon, infringe, insincerity, insinuate, interfere, interlope, interpose, intervene, intrude, invade, irrupt, jab, jape, jeer, jest, jive, joke, jolly, josh, junk, junky, kid, lay, lay on, lay over, leg-pull, let on, let on like, levy, look big, make a hit, make a pretense, make as if, make believe, make like, make out like, make-believe, man-made, mannered, mannerism, mantle, mask, masquerade, melodramatize, mere show, mete out to, mock, mount, muffle, needle, obduce, obscure, obtrude, occult, open, open a show, open the throttle, overact, overlay, overspread, parting shot, pass off on, pass the buck, paste, perverted, phony, pick up speed, pinchbeck, place, play, play a part, play a scene, play on, play possum, playact, pontificate, pose, posed, premiere, prescribe for, present, press in, presume upon, pretend, pretended, pretense, pretension, preview, produce, profess, prunes and prisms, pseudo, public image, pull, push in, put, put across, put down, put on airs, put on side, put on steam, put over, put upon, put-down, put-up job, putting on airs, quasi, queer, quicken, quip, race, rag, rally, razz, rev, rib, ride, rip-off, ritz it, roast, rude reproach, rush in, saddle with, scenarize, scoff, screen, scum, scurrility, self-styled, sell, set, set the stage, sham, shield, shift the blame, shift the responsibility, shoddy, short answer, show, simulacrum, simulate, simulated, slam, slap, slink in, slip in, slip on, smash in, sneak in, so-called, soi-disant, speed up, spoof, spread over, spurious, squeeze in, stage, stake, star, steal in, step on it, step up, storm in, strike, stultify, stylishness, subject to, succeed, superimpose, superpose, supposititious, swank, swell, swell it, swindle, swipe, synthetic, take advantage of, take on, task, taunt, tax, tease, theatricalize, throng in, thrust in, tin, tinsel, titivated, trench, trespass, try out, tug the heartstrings, twisted, twit, unauthentic, ungenuine, unnatural, unnaturalness, unreal, veil, verbal thrust, wager, warped, wear, weight down with, whited sepulcher, work in, work on, worm in, yoke with

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  • put — pȗt [b] (I)[/b] m <G púta, I pútem/pútom, N mn pútevi/pútovi/púti knjiš., G pútēvā/pútōvā> DEFINICIJA 1. a. utaban i utrt dio zemlje koji služi za prolaženje i kretanje [seoski put; kolni put] b. prostor po kome se ili kroz koji se odvija… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Put — (put; often p[u^]t in def. 3), v. i. 1. To go or move; as, when the air first puts up. [Obs.] Bacon. [1913 Webster] 2. To steer; to direct one s course; to go. [1913 Webster] His fury thus appeased, he puts to land. Dryden. [1913 Webster] 3. To… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • puţ — PUŢ, puţuri, s.n. 1. Groapă cilindrică sau pătrată, adesea cu pereţii pietruiţi sau cu ghizduri împrejur, săpată în pământ până la nivelul unui strat de apă şi care serveşte la alimentarea cu apă potabilă; fântână. ♢ Puţ absorbant = groapă făcută …   Dicționar Român

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