Synonyms & Antonyms : Put Up





Put Up



( Verb )


Are you going to
put up for John again?

Synonyms:

Accommodate

Construct

Erect

Entertain

Present

Raise

Float

Nominate

Propose

Put forward

Recommended

Instigate

Prompt

Endure

Contextual Examples:

The hotel can
accommodate up to 500 guests.

Delhi government has
constructed many fly-overs.

They are planning to demolish the house next door and
erect a block of flats in its place.

Could you
entertain the children for an hour while I make supper?

He
endured three years in prison for his religious beliefs.

The police have
instigated an official enquiry in to the incident.



Antonyms:

Demolish

Destroy

Flatten

Knockdown

Level

Pull down

Raze

Object to

Oppose

Protest

Stand against

Reject

Contextual Examples:

The earthquake
demolished many buildings in the city.

They have
destroyed all the evidences.

Several buildings had been
flattened in the blast.

The old houses are going to be
knocked down.

The ground should be
leveled before you plant flowers.

During the war all the villagers were
razed to the ground.




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