put on (1)
This page is about the phrasal verb put on (1)
Meaning: to start wearing an item of clothing, a pair of shoes, a piece of jewellery, a pair of glasses, etc.Synonym: don (formal)
- put on sth You should put on your coat. It's cold outside.
- put sth on Just a minute while I put my glasses on. I can't read without them.
Nouns often used as objects with put on (1): shirt, dress, shoes, tie, watch, sunglasses, necklace, ring
Before going to the church to get married, Tracy put on
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Contributor: Matt Errey