put over
transitive verb Date: 1524 1. postpone, delay 2. put across 2 3. to achieve or carry through by deceit or trickery <
put one over on me
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  • put over — v. (D; tr.) ( to fob off ) to put smt. over on (he put his scheme over on the unsuspecting investors) * * * [ pʊt əʊvə] (D; tr.) ( to fob off) to put smt. over on (he put his scheme over on the unsuspecting investors) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • put over — 1. Place in command of, give authority over. 2. Defer, postpone, put off. 3. Refer, send. 4. Sail over …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • put over — see put across …   English dictionary

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