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Put across   /pʊt əkrˈɔs/   Listen
Put across

verb
1.
Transmit information.  Synonyms: communicate, pass, pass along, pass on.  "Pass along the good news"






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"Put across" Quotes from Famous Books



... in here and made comfortable, and saved as much pain as possible. It is a beautiful house, and it is very sad, but happy, too, to see the children, and how bright they look. They wear little red flannel jackets when they sit up in bed, and have a tray put across the bed, and upon it for them to play with are the toys that kind people have sent. The rooms are divided into two parts, for boys and girls, and the children are received between the ages of three and ten, so there are no tiny babies here. The large ...
— The Children's Book of London • Geraldine Edith Mitton



Words linked to "Put across" :   return, quest, pass on, deliver, send a message, get across, relay, acknowledge, carry, render, transmit, receipt, implant, pass, bespeak, request, call for, plant, convey, communicate, pass along, message, put over



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