Kollokationen mit put
Das kleine Wörtchen put wird gerne in der Bedeutung von setzen, legen, stellen verwendet. Dies ist oft richtig, oft auch nicht!
He put much energy into this project.
My boss puts most of the profit towards research.
She puts a monthly rate into her son´s bank account.
Let me put it this way: your idea needs a bit more thinking.
Well, he is German. He puts things bluntly!
Let´s put the piano in the far corner of that room. What do you think?
His boss put 10 folders on his desk.
Put the past behind you! You have to start anew.
She put her confidence in him.
What put the idea in your head I´d do the work for you?
I felt so out-of-place, I didn´t know where to put myself.
veränderte Situation (change of condition)
His reckless behaviour put all of us at risk.
We have finally agreed on putting the plan into operation.
The burglar alarm put the criminals to flight.