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|present participle||putting up|
|past tense||put up|
|past participle||put up|
She put up a notice about the school trip to Italy.
I put a few posters up to make the room look less bare.
Could you put me up for the night when I come to London?
It was Clare who first put up the idea of a concert to raise money for the school.
Residents have put up a great fight against plans to build a new road.
The victim was able to put up little resistance.
Menzies' counsel put up a spirited defence of his client.
This is the British English definition of put up. View American English definition of put up.
an old word for a young woman who is not married