⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'put on' from English to Bulgarian
SYNO assumed | false | fictitious | ...
to put on [clothes]обличам [дрехи]
unverified to put a stigma on sb. лепвам (позорно) петно на нкг.
to put on the tableслагам на масата
unverified to put sth. on the back burner [fig.]отлагам нщ. [несв.]
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Usage Examples English
  • The simulated countdown was put on hold again at 5:40 pm while attempts were made to troubleshoot the communications problem.
  • In 1931, during the refurbishment of Vilnius Cathedral, the forgotten sarcophagus of Alexander was discovered, and has since been put on display.
  • Urine can be put on compost piles or directly used as fertilizer.
  • Each year, the event is put on with a different theme.
  • On 31 May 1922, France's entire works were put on the "Index Librorum Prohibitorum" ("List of Prohibited Books") of the Catholic Church.
  • Basketball and freestyle wrestling are widely practiced, the latter in a form in which the wrestlers put on traditional animal hides and cover themselves with dust.
  • There are usually time limits put on this presumption, commonly two or three hours, and the defendant is permitted to offer evidence to rebut this presumption.
  • As a three-year-old, Aldiss started to write stories which his mother would bind and put on a shelf.
  • The removal of clothing represented the "image of putting off the old man with his deeds" (as per Cyril, above), so the stripping of the body before for baptism represented taking off the trappings of sinful self, so that the "new man", which is given by Jesus, can be put on.
  • It was then put on display at the Delta Flight Museum in the Delta corporate campus at the edge of Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
  • In 1994, Chicago's Steppenwolf Theater put on a production of "A Clockwork Orange" directed by Terry Kinney.
  • The batters he put on base may be erased by fielder's choice plays after he has been relieved by another pitcher, but if earned runs are scored in the inning the original pitcher is liable for as many earned runs as the number of batters he put on base.
  • Once the book is published, it is put on the market by distributors and bookstores. Meanwhile, its promotion comes from various media reports. Book marketing is governed by the law in many states.
  • During finishing, this breed requires high-energy (concentrated) feeds, and will not yield the same results if put on a high-fibre diet.
  • The nonprofit served to organize and put on RiverFest: Heritage and Arts on the Red.
  • In January 2014, a 39-story residential tower designed by Frank Gehry was announced, but this project was put on hold in 2018.
  • These plans, however, were put on hold after the DSB bankruptcy and there are no current plans to increase the capacity.
  • There are different cheerleading organizations that put on competitions; some of the major ones include state and regional competitions.
  • baumannii" was put on several antibiotics; despite this, the patient's health continued to deteriorate during a four-month period.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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