- v.放( put的第三人称单数 ); 表达; 给予（重视、信任、价值等）; 使处于（某种状态）
At least one estimate puts the total tab at $7 million.
This puts them in the ballpark and makes them a major player.
This decision puts the President in a somewhat tenuous position.
The merger puts the firm in a position to triple its earnings.
He's an old grouch but she puts up with him.
He is one of the few players who puts bums on seats.
When vacancies occur, the office puts out feelers to the universities.
But surely this puts a different complexion on things.
Doing the best at this moment puts you in the best place for the next moment.
He puts his all into every game.
I think this puts the problem very nicely.
The way she puts on that accent really irritates me.
This engine puts out more electric current than the other one.
She always puts on a posh voice to talk to the vicar.
The firm puts out 1000 bales of cotton sheeting every week.
In an interview with the Paris Review Hughes speculated that when a person puts pen to paper, "you meet the terrible resistance of what happened your first year at it, when you couldn't write at all".
Monsanto's critics have attacked the company for its "merciless legal battles against small farmers," and they are hoping this will be the case that puts it in its place
For example, a little girl who puts on her mother's makeup may be told that she is cute, but her brother who does the same thing will be scolded.
As Santiago de la Mora, head of Google Books for Europe, puts it: "By making it possible to search the millions of books that exist today, we hope to expand the frontiers of human knowledge.
The rising numbers signify growing vitality in foreign markets – when we import more stuff, it puts more cash in the hands of people around the world, and U.S. exports are rising because more foreigners have the ability to buy the things we produce and market.
Ronald Lee, director of the Centre on the Economics and Demography of Ageing at the University of California, Berkeley, puts it briefly and clearly: "We don't really know what population ageing will be like, because nobody has done it yet.
She's excited because, as she puts it, "I don't have to wait [until] 15 years from now" to make sense of the world
As Muhammad Ali puts it, "champions aren't made in gyms."
2016年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
However, the 1995 pop song 'common people' puts forward the view that though a middle-class person may 'want to live like common people' they can never appreciate the reality of a working-class life.
2015年高考英语广东卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
She never puts her toys away.
2016年高考英语上海卷 阅读理解 阅读A 原文
That's why exercise is considered so vital that National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA puts it right on the workday schedule.
2015年高考英语湖北卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文收起真题例句