Idioms

put the words into (someone`s) mouth
to say or suggest something for someone else, to speak for someone else without his or her permission
My friend always wants to put the words into my mouth before I have a chance to speak.
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  • put up a good fight/struggle
  • put up at a hotel/motel
  • put up money for (something)
  • put up or shut up
  • put up with (someone or something)
  • put upon by (someone)
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