Put Aside (to put something aside) 储存/忘记，忽视
1. = to save (especially money/time)
• We have to put some money aside for our holiday. 我们必须存些钱过假期。
2. = to reserve something for a customer to collect later.
• Don't worry, we will put it aside for you until you come back tomorrow. 不要担心，我们会把东西留到明天你回来。
3. = to ignore or forget something.
• They decided to put aside their differences. 他们决定不计较彼此的差异。
Put away (to put something away) 把…收起来/储存…备用/把…送进监狱
1. = to store, to tidy. to put something in a box, drawer etc because you have finished using it.
• Please put your toys away. 请把你们的玩具收起来。
• I'm going to put the car away. (= in the garage). 我打算把车开进车库。
2. = to save money to spend later.
• He put some money away every month for his retirement. 他每月存些钱供退休后使用。
3. = to put somebody into prison. (informal)
• He was put away for 15 years for armed robbery. 他因为武装抢劫被关进监狱15年。
Put off (to put something off) 推迟，延期
1. = to postpone. To leave or delay something for another time in the future.
2. = to decide to do something later than when you planned to do it.
• They put off the meeting until next Friday. 他们把会议推迟到了下周五。
• I really should go to the dentist but I keep putting it off. 我应该去看牙医，但一直推迟。
Put out 熄灭
1. (to put something out) = to extinguish, to stop something from burning.
• The firemen managed to put out the fire very quickly. 消防员很快就把大伙扑灭了。
• He put out his cigarette before getting on the bus. 上车前，他掐灭了烟头。
Put through 给…接通电话/使…遭受
1. (to put someone through) = to connect somebody by telephone.
• Could you put me through to the manager please? 可以帮我接通主管的电话吗?
2. (to put someone through something) = to make someone experience something very difficult or unpleasant.
• You have put your family through a lot recently. (= you have made them suffer) 最近你让你的家人承受了很多痛苦。
• The applicants were put through an exhausting set of tests. 申请人经历了一系列让人疲惫的测试。
Put up 提供
1. (to put somebody up) = provide food and accommodation for someone in your home.
• Don't worry, we can put you up for the night. 不要担心，你可以在这里住一晚。
• My sister will put me up while I am in Auckland. 我在奥兰卡时住在姐姐家。
Put up with 忍受，容忍
1. = to tolerate. (to tolerate is more formal than to put up with)
2. = to accept an annoying situation or behaviour.
• I can't put with the noise any more. (=I can't tolerate the noise any more) 我不能再忍受这种噪音了。
• We had to put up with their children when they visited us. (because they were very disruptive and naughty)