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abide to put up with; stand. [1/3 definitions]
add to put on or with something else to make larger or better. [1/6 definitions]
air to open to the air or put outdoors. [1/6 definitions]
apply to make use of or put to use. [1/5 definitions]
arrange to put in some kind of order, pattern, or design. [1/3 definitions]
arrangement a group of things that have been put together in a certain way. [1/5 definitions]
array to put in order or position; organize or arrange. [1/5 definitions]
ask to put a question to. [1/5 definitions]
assembly a collection of parts put together to form a whole, as in a machine. [1/4 definitions]
assert to put forward strongly. [1/2 definitions]
assume to put on in a false way; pretend. [1/3 definitions]
bag to fill a bag with; put in a bag. [1/4 definitions]
bait to put bait on or in for the purposes of trapping or catching. [1/4 definitions]
band2 to tie with a strip of material in order to tell apart or bundle together; put a band on. [1/4 definitions]
barricade a structure that is put up quickly for protection or to block the way. [1/2 definitions]
baste1 to sew with long, loose stitches. Basting lets one put together the pieces of a garment to see how it fits before the final sewing.
bead a small, round object made of material such as glass, wood, or plastic. A bead has a small hole through its center so it can be put on a string to make necklaces or to decorate clothing. [1/3 definitions]
bear1 to put up with; endure. [1/7 definitions]
bottle to put or seal in a bottle. [1/3 definitions]
bridle to control or put limits on. [1/3 definitions]
bundle to put into a bundle. [1/3 definitions]