How to Conjugate Put To
- Infinitive: Put To
- Present Tense: Put To/ Put To
- -ing Form: Putting To
- Past Tense: Put To
- Past Participle: Put To
Definitions of Put To:
1. To cause someone or something to be in a certain state or to do something extra.
Examples: I didn’t meant to put you to any trouble by asking for your help.
Let’s put the dirt bike to the test in the mountains.
2. To hold an object against or close to someone or something.
Examples: The man put a knife to the woman’s throat.
Can you please put the letter to the light?
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