put over

This page is about the phrasal verb put over.

Meaning: to communicate something like an idea or an opinion

Synonym: put across, get across, convey, communicate (formal)

For example:

  • put over sth Do you think you put over your point of view clearly enough?

  • put sth over Mandy doesn't think she's very good at putting her ideas over, but I think she's fine.

Quick Quiz:

Someone who's got a natural talent for putting over complex ideas would make a good

a. university lecturer

b. fashion model

c. wildlife photographer

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