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Put Up To
How to Conjugate Put Up To
- Infinitive: Put Up To
- Present Tense: Put Up To/ Puts Up To
- -ing Form: Putting Up To
- Past Tense: Put Up To
- Past Participle: Put Up To
Definitions of Put Up To:
1. To encourage or persuade someone to do something.
Examples: His brother put him up to drinking for the first time.
Nobody can put me up to anything I don’t wanna do.
2. To move something closer to something.
Examples: Cashiers put any large bill over $10 up to the light to ensure its authenticity.
Can you put the phone up to your mouth? I’m having trouble hearing you.
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