put in

verb

Definition of put in

  1. transitive verb
  2. 1 :  to make a formal offer or declaration of put in a plea of guilty

  3. 2 :  to come in with :  interpose put in a word for his brother

  4. 3 :  to spend (time) especially at some occupation or job put in six hours at the office

  5. 4 :  plant put in a crop

  6. intransitive verb
  7. 1 :  to call at or enter a place; especially :  to enter a harbor or port

  8. 2 :  to make an application, request, or offer —often used with for had to retire and put in for a pension — Seymour Nagan

Examples of put in in a Sentence

  1. put in a crop of winter wheat

15th Century

First Known Use of put in

15th century



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