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put (someone) in his or her place
to scold someone for rude or bad behavior, to rebuke someone
Our teacher was very angry and put the student in his place for his rude remark.
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  • put (someone) in the picture
  • put (someone) off or put off (someone)
  • put (someone) on a pedestal
  • put (someone) on hold
  • put (someone) on or put on (someone)
  • put (someone) on the spot
  • put (someone) out or put out (someone)
  • put (someone) through the wringer
  • put (someone) to bed
  • put (someone) to shame
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  • pick at (something)

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