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|present participle||putting in|
|past tense||put in|
|past participle||put in|
Wendy has been putting in more hours at the office recently.
They must have put in a lot of work to achieve such an interesting exhibition.
Labour had been put in with a large majority.
You have to put your faith in the pilot when you're flying.
You do realize you're putting your life in his hands?
They had put all their hopes in him.
This is the British English definition of put in. View American English definition of put in.
old and in bad condition, or no longer effective