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someter algo a votaciónto put sth. to a vote
med. escayolar algoto put sth. in a cast
acostar a algnto put sb. to bed
encargar a algn de algoto put sb. in charge of sth.
decir algo con gran concisiónto put sth. in a nutshell [fig.]
Unverified atropellar a-algn/algoto knock sb./sth. down
psico. perturbación {f}disturbance
molestia {f}disturbance
disturbio {m}disturbance
retrasar un reloj por una horato put a clock back an hour
fulminar a-algn/algo [matar]to strike sb./sth. down [kill]
med. alteración {f} del sueñosleep disturbance
desorden {m} [alboroto]disturbance [disorder, commotion]
desarreglo {m}disturbance [of a routine etc.]
desequilibrio {m}disturbance [of the mind etc.]
Unverified arrimar algo a algoto put sth. next to sth.
cerrar el pico [fig.] [col.] [sur.]to put a sock in it [fig.] [coll.] [stay silent]
dejar a algn en el arranque [cent.]to let sb. down [fail to meet one's side of the bargain]
colocar algoto put sth.
engordarto put on weight
cosm. maquillarseto put on make-up
poner algo [colocar, situar]to put sth.
apagar algoto put sth. out [extinguish]
aguantar algoto put up with sth.
indum. enfundarse en algoto put sth. on [wear]
extinguir algoto put sth. out [fire etc.]
abajo {adv}down
ponerse algo [vestido, ropa]to put sth. on [clothes]
poner algo en ordento put sth. in order
agacharseto crouch down
agazaparseto crouch (down)
arrodillarseto kneel (down)
orn. plumón {m}down [feathers]
tranquilizarseto calm down
echarseto lie down
sentarseto sit (down)
encender algo [luz, calefacción]to put sth. on [light, heating]
allá abajo {adv}down there
tirarse [tumbarse]to lie down
más abajo {adv}further down
retirarseto back down [retreat]
malograrseto break down [machine]
¡Chúpate eso!Put that in your pipe and smoke it!
guardar algo [poner en un lugar]to put sth. away [store]
aguar algoto water sth. down
silv. talar algoto chop sth. down
engullir algoto gobble sth. (down)
hincarse de rodillasto kneel (down)
ponerse de rodillasto kneel down
disminuir la velocidadto slow down
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