put+up+with

  • 1 put up with — ► put up with tolerate or endure. Main Entry: ↑put …

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  • 2 put up with — index authorize, bear (tolerate), endure (suffer), forbear, submit (yield), suffer ( …

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  • 3 put up with — TOLERATE, take, stand (for), accept, stomach, swallow, endure, bear, support, take something lying down; informal abide, lump it; Brit. inf …

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  • 4 put up with — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms put up with : present tense I/you/we/they put up with he/she/it puts up with present participle putting up with past tense put up with past participle put up with put up with someone/something to accept… …

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  • 5 put up with — patiently accept, endure He makes a great effort to put up with his wife s complaints. (from Idioms in Speech) to bear, to endure, to tolerate If only he could be happy again she could put up with it. (J. Galsworthy) She s my sister. We put up… …

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  • 6 put up with — {v.} To accept patiently; bear. * /We had to put up with Jim s poor table manners because he refused to change./ * /The mother told her children, I refuse to put up with your tracking in mud! / Compare: STAND FOR …

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  • 7 put up with — {v.} To accept patiently; bear. * /We had to put up with Jim s poor table manners because he refused to change./ * /The mother told her children, I refuse to put up with your tracking in mud! / Compare: STAND FOR …

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  • 8 put\ up\ with — v To accept patiently; bear. We had to put up with Jim s poor table manners because he refused to change. The mother told her children, I refuse to put up with your tracking in mud! Compare: stand for …

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  • 9 put up with — PHRASAL VERB If you put up with something, you tolerate or accept it, even though you find it unpleasant or unsatisfactory. [V P P n] They had put up with behaviour from their son which they would not have tolerated from anyone else. Syn:… …

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  • 10 put up with — verb to tolerate, suffer through, or allow, especially something annoying I put up with a lot of nonsense, but this is too much. See Also: put up …

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  • 11 put up with — phr verb Put up with is used with these nouns as the object: ↑nonsense, ↑pain, ↑treatment …

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  • 12 put up with — she put up with his nonsense for two years, and then she kicked him out Syn: tolerate, take, stand (for), accept, stomach, swallow, endure, bear, support, take something lying down; informal abide, lump it; formal brook …

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  • 13 put up with — Synonyms and related words: abide, abide with, accede, accept, acquiesce, assent, be agreeable, bear, bear with, bide, blink at, brave, brook, change, change for, commute, comply, compound for, condone, connive at, consent, countenance, dub in,… …

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  • 14 put in with — verb To commit to something with; to partner with. Syn: go in with, throw in with …

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  • 15 put up with — tolerate; endure. → put …

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  • 16 put up with — be patient with; tolerate …

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  • 17 put up with — tolerate, endure, not get frustrated    Alice puts up with a lot of complaining from Jackie …

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  • 18 put up with — Syn: tolerate, take, stand (for), accept, stomach, swallow, endure, bear; informal abide, lump it; Brit.; informal stick, be doing with; formal brook …

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  • 19 put up with — phrasal to endure or tolerate without complaint or attempt at reprisal …

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  • 20 put up with — I suffer, tolerate. See leniency. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. undergo, tolerate, stand; see endure 2 …

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