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|present participle||putting to|
|past tense||put to|
|past participle||put to|
I put the resolution to the meeting.
I put it to her that their relationship may not have been as good as she thought.
You don’t have to give me a lift. I don’t want to put you to any trouble.
Despite pressure, the chairperson refused to put the issue to the vote.
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