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  • verb transitive To place in a high location.
  • verb transitive To hang or mount.
  • verb transitive, idiomatic To cajole or dare to do something.
  • verb transitive, idiomatic To store away.
  • verb transitive, idiomatic To house, shelter, or take in.
  • verb transitive, idiomatic To present, especially in "put up a fight".
  • verb transitive To endure, put up with,tolerate.


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