What is the
difference between Put and Putt?
What is the difference between Put and Putt? :
Put : (verb)
( 1 ) Move something / someone away from oneself
She put the book on the table.
Did you put sugar in my tea?
She put her arm around my shoulders?
Put the baby to bed.
( 2 ) Fit or fix something to something else
Put a new lock in the front door.
( 3 ) Thrust something
I put a knife between his ribs.
( 4 ) Write n mark something on something put your name here.
He put his signature to the document.
( 5 ) Cause someone / something to be in the specified condition
Your decision puts me in an awkward position.
The incident put him in a bad mood.
The injury to his back will put him out of action for several weeks.
( 6 ) Rate or classify
I put her in the top-rank of modern writers.
I do not put him among the greatest historians.
As a writer I would put him on a par with Ram.
( 7 ) Express or state something
He put it very tactfully.
That was very well put.
Putt : (verb)
( 1 ) (In golf) hit the ball with a light smoke so that it rolls across the ground into or nearer to the hole
You need to practice putting the ball.
Putt : (noun)
( 1 ) Putting stroke
She took three putts from the edge of the green.
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