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put (someone) up to (something)
to persuade or cause someone to do something
The young boy's friend put him up to cheat on the examination.
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  • put (something) above (something)
  • put (something) down in black and white
  • put (something) down to (something)
  • put (something) forward or put forward (something)
  • put (something) in mothballs
  • put (something) into practice
  • put (something) into print
  • put (something) into words
  • put (something) on hold
  • put (something) on ice
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  • cool down
  • vent one's spleen
  • in tow
  • thumb through (something)
  • for keeps
  • in time
  • at the present time
  • in poor taste
  • mince (one's) words
  • shake off (someone or something) or shake (someone or something) off


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    Round (= on all sides of)

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    The earth goes round of the sun.

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    The earth goes round the sun.

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    Around is similar in meaning and use to round
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