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|present participle||putting on|
|past tense||put on|
|past participle||put on|
Dorothy put on her coat and went out.
Kim had forgotten to put his watch on.
Melanie was putting on her makeup in front of the mirror.
Can you put the light on, please?
Shall I put the kettle on for a cup of tea?
I had forgotten to put the handbrake on, so the car rolled back down the hill.
Stop putting on that funny voice!
She's not really upset – she's just putting it on.
I think he was just putting on an act to get sympathy.
She put a lot of weight on after the children were born.
I've put on 2kg in the last month.
I feel that too much responsibility is put on teachers.
Advertising aimed at children puts a lot of pressure on parents.
The government is putting 2p on the price of petrol.
I put £5 on The Whitkirk Wanderer to win the Grand National.
I was put on a low-fat diet.
The doctor put him on a course of antibiotics.
Can you put the drinks on my bill, please?
We put the meal on expenses.
We put on a fantastic performance against a much more experienced side.
I was put on cleaning duties.
Don't believe that. He's putting you on!
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