Synonyms & Antonyms : Put Up
( Verb )
Are you going to put up for John again?
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.
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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