||Nurse: "The patient passed away at
||to pretend that work is yours
||Dan tried to pass a Shakespeare poem off
as his. What an idiot!
||The teacher passed the test papers out.
||to repay a loan or a deed
||Sam shouldn't have told them my secret.
I will pay him back one of these days!
||to pay someone in order to avoid trouble
||In some countries you can pay off the
||to shoot or bring down especially one by
||Max really knows how to shoot. He picked
the bottles off with no trouble at all!
||Mom: "When you go to the store,
pick a good melon out for dessert."
||Please pick your books up from the
dinner table now.
||to give someone a ride
||I can pick you up for work at 7:30, ok?
||to work together
||The villagers pitched in and built a
community house in only two days.
||to make something seem less important
||Sara played the award down, but she
really should be proud of herself.
||to print something from a computer
||Please print my composition out for me.
||to escape punishment
||Edgar pulled off the bank robbery. He
never got caught!
||to work together
||The villagers pulled together and built
a community house in only two days.
||to insult someone
||It's not nice to put people down, but
kids do it all the time.
||to postpone; to delay
||Many students put off doing their
homework until it's too late.
||to dress oneself
||Put your coat on or you'll get cold.
||to gain weight
||Steve looks like he is putting a little
||The firefighters put the fire out
||to cause difficulties for someone
||I'm sorry to put you out, but can you
give me a ride to the train station?
||to publish; to issue
||Did you know that People Magazine is put
out by the same company as Time Magazine?
||to return something to its proper place
||Please put your books up. It's time for
||to give food and shelter
||Don't get a hotel room! I'd be happy to
put you up!
|PUT UP WITH
||I don't like to put up with noisy