put on en Español

Pronunciación
v. ponerse, aplicar, vestirse, calzar, calzarse, asumir, poner, representar, escena: poner en escena, dar, engordar, ajadir, montar

Ejemplos

What do they put on the table?
¿Qué ponen ellos en la mesa?
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He put on his hat.
Él se puso su sombrero.
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She put on her hat.
Ella se puso el sombrero.
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Before turning, put on your blinkers to warn other drivers.
Antes de doblar, enciende tu luz intermitente para advertir a los otros usuarios.
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Didn't you ever put on rubber boots as a kid and have fun splashing water in puddles?
¿Nunca te pusiste botas de agua cuando eras niño y te divertiste salpicando agua en los charcos?
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Have you ever put on a cowboy's hat?
¿Alguna vez te has puesto un sombrero de vaquero?
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He put on clean trousers.
Se puso unos pantalones limpios.
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He put on his undershirt inside out.
Él se puso la camisa al revés.
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He put on sunglasses to protect his eyes from ultraviolet rays.
Se puso lentes de sol para proteger sus ojos contra rayos ultravioletas.
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He puts on airs.
Se da aires de importancia.
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Sinónimos

put clothing on one's body: don, assume, hat, get into, try, wear, get dressed, try on, dress, scarf, slip on
add to something existing: add
put on the stove or ready for cooking: prepare, fix, ready, cook, make
carry out (performances): turn in, create, make
add to the odometer: add
fool or hoax: fool, pull the leg of, gull, take in, dupe, befool, lead astray, put one over, cod, deceive, put one across, kid, slang, betray
apply to a surface: dab, swob, slam on, swab, cover, cold-cream, gum, slap on, daub, putty, apply, sponge on, dress, clap on, cream
adopted in order to deceive: false, assumed, pretended, imitative, fictitious, counterfeit, fictive, sham
increase (one's body weight): pack on, turn, fill out, gain, flesh out, round, change state
prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance: organize, prepare, devise, mount, machinate, get up, organise, rerun



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