In Gramática By Julia

Verbo compuesto put. Parte 2

Entre los estudiantes que están aprendiendo Inglés, verbos compuestos son uno de los que más le disgustan. Esto no es sorprendente, ya que debido a su similitud y diferencias sólo pretextos bastante difícil asociarlos con algo para recordar. Este problema es aún manejable. La forma más fácil de vincular un verbo compuesto particular, a sus sinónimos y almacenarlas en un par. La belleza de verbos compuestos que no todos los estudiantes las utiliza en su discurso. Pero si usted es uno de aquellos que los aprendió en 5+, su pregunta se sorprendió cualquier compañía.

  1. Put apart — guardar (dinero, tiempo).

    Tom put apart a considerable sum of money for a rainy day. – para un día lluvioso. Tom put apart a considerable sum of money for a rainy day. – Tom put apart a considerable sum of money for a rainy day. – Tom considerable cantidad de dinero reservado para un día lluvioso.

  2. Put aside — 1) de posponer por un tiempo; 2) dejar de pensar en algo, para poner fin; 3) para guardar, dejar de lado.

    He was signing some papers, but put them aside when someone knocked at the door. — a un lado cuando alguien llamó a la puerta. He was signing some papers, but put them aside when someone knocked at the door. — He was signing some papers, but put them aside when someone knocked at the door. — Se firmó el papel, pero lo pospuso cuando alguien llamó a la puerta.

    Putting aside his pride, he excused for his rude actions. – sus acciones groseras. Putting aside his pride, he excused for his rude actions. – Putting aside his pride, he excused for his rude actions. – Deja de pensar en el orgullo, se disculpó por su acción grosero.

    In order to put aside some money one should plan his monthly income. – debe planificar su ingreso mensual. In order to put aside some money one should plan his monthly income. – In order to put aside some money one should plan his monthly income. – Para ahorrar dinero, usted tiene que planificar su ingreso mensual.

  3. Put away — 1) ocultar (en la cárcel, un manicomio); 2) matar (un animal de la Misericordia); 3) el divorcio.

    His wife put him away in a bughouse for 5 years. – durante His wife put him away in a bughouse for 5 years. – His wife put him away in a bughouse for 5 years. – Su esposa lo puso en el manicomio durante 5 años.

    The family decided to put the old horse away to save her from suffering. – de distancia para salvarla del sufrimiento. The family decided to put the old horse away to save her from suffering. – The family decided to put the old horse away to save her from suffering. – La familia decidió la eutanasia viejo caballo para evitar que el sufrimiento.

    Tina has made her mind to put him away. – lejos. Tina has made her mind to put him away. – Tina has made her mind to put him away. – Tina decidió divorciarse de él.

  4. Put back — 1) de retardo, se mueve; 2) para mover hacia atrás (el reloj); 3) el costo, el costo.

    The meeting was put back to the next month. – mes. The meeting was put back to the next month. – The meeting was put back to the next month. – La reunión fue pospuesta para el próximo mes.

    My watch was fast so I put it back three minutes. – de vuelta tres minutos. My watch was fast so I put it back three minutes. – My watch was fast so I put it back three minutes. – Mi reloj prisa, y me los tradujo durante 3 minutos.

    Their wedding put them back $ 10 000. – Su boda les costó diez mil dólares.

  5. Put forth — colar esfuerzos de fuerza.

    Putting forth a great effort, he achieved his aim. – su objetivo. Putting forth a great effort, he achieved his aim. – Putting forth a great effort, he achieved his aim. – Con un gran esfuerzo, logró su objetivo.

  6. Put forward — 1) a presentar, para ofrecer (la idea candidato); 2) para avanzar (en las manecillas del reloj); 3) acelerar.

    James has been put forward as the member of the Democratic Party. – del Partido Demócrata. James has been put forward as the member of the Democratic Party. – James has been put forward as the member of the Democratic Party. – James fue nominado como representante del Partido Demócrata.

    I put forward my watch for several minutes to be always in time. – para estar siempre a tiempo. I put forward my watch for several minutes to be always in time. – I put forward my watch for several minutes to be always in time. – Traduzco el reloj durante unos minutos de antelación con el fin de estar siempre a tiempo.

    Their decision has put the procedure of the signing of contract forward. – firma del contrato a plazo. Their decision has put the procedure of the signing of contract forward. – Their decision has put the procedure of the signing of contract forward. – Su decisión de acelerar el procedimiento para la firma del contrato.

  7. Put in — 1) que presente (una declaración, queja); 2) para entrar (en la acción); 3) para interrumpir la narración, inserte una palabra; 4) para pasar el tiempo (para cualquier negocio); 5) instalar el equipo.

    After that case the family put in the complaint. – denuncia. After that case the family put in the complaint. – After that case the family put in the complaint. – Después del evento la familia presentó una denuncia.

    The army put in the attack. – The army put in the attack. – El ejército lanzó una ofensiva.

    I wanted to tell the truth but all the time she tried to put me in. – el tiempo que traté de ponerme en. I wanted to tell the truth but all the time she tried to put me in. – I wanted to tell the truth but all the time she tried to put me in. – Quería decir la verdad, pero ella seguía tratando de matarme.

    I put in one hour on my physical jerks every day. – tirones cada día. I put in one hour on my physical jerks every day. – I put in one hour on my physical jerks every day. – Cada día me paso una hora en el ejercicio.

    How much does it cost to put in the air-conditioner? – el aire acondicionado? How much does it cost to put in the air-conditioner? – How much does it cost to put in the air-conditioner? – ¿Cuál es el costo de instalar aire acondicionado?

  8. Put over — 1) para hacer una impresión; 2) retraso; 3) completa, para lograr el objetivo.

    He was able to put himself over, so the audience really loved him. – por lo que el público realmente lo amaba. He was able to put himself over, so the audience really loved him. – He was able to put himself over, so the audience really loved him. – Podría causar una buena impresión, por lo que el público realmente me encantó.

    We should put our beach party over, it’s too cold today. – hace demasiado frío hoy. We should put our beach party over, it’s too cold today. – We should put our beach party over, it’s too cold today. – Tenemos que posponer nuestra fiesta en la playa, en la actualidad demasiado frío.

    He has managed to put over his insidious plan. – plan. He has managed to put over his insidious plan. – He has managed to put over his insidious plan. – Él fue capaz de completar su malvado plan.

  9. Put together — 1) para conectar, comparar; 2) para recoger.

    Put your hands together and start to dance. – Put your hands together and start to dance. – Únete a las manos y empezar a bailar.

    We will try to put our old team together, though it can be very difficult. – juntos, a pesar de que puede ser muy difícil. We will try to put our old team together, though it can be very difficult. – We will try to put our old team together, though it can be very difficult. – Vamos a reunir a nuestro viejo equipo, aunque puede ser muy difícil.

  10. Put up — 1) para construir el edificio; 2) poner el juego; 3) enviar anuncio; 4) acondicionados para la venta; 5) aumentar los precios; 6) a invertir (dinero).

    He is an architect, so he definitely knows how to put up the building. – sabe cómo poner el edificio. He is an architect, so he definitely knows how to put up the building. – He is an architect, so he definitely knows how to put up the building. – Él es un arquitecto, así que sabe cómo construir un edificio.

    We are going to put up “ King Lear ” . – Lear». We are going to put up “ King Lear ” . – We are going to put up “ King Lear ” . – Vamos a poner el «Rey Lear».

    One is not allowed to put up advertisements here. – aquí. One is not allowed to put up advertisements here. – One is not allowed to put up advertisements here. – No está permitido colgar anuncios.

    The Smiths decided to put up their old cottage. – casa de campo. The Smiths decided to put up their old cottage. – The Smiths decided to put up their old cottage. – The Smiths decidió poner su antigua casa en venta.

    Rents are fixed and cannot be put up. – para arriba. Rents are fixed and cannot be put up. – Rents are fixed and cannot be put up. – Instalado el alquiler no puede aumentarse.

    I don’t have the opportunity to buy a flat, I can only put up my share. – un piso, sólo puedo poner mi parte. I don’t have the opportunity to buy a flat, I can only put up my share. – I don’t have the opportunity to buy a flat, I can only put up my share. – No tengo ninguna manera de comprar un apartamento, sólo puedo hacer su parte.

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