putverb

  • ja〔物を〕置く
  • ento move or bring into a certain place, position, state, or condition

Examples

0:00 / --:--
1.
So what's your plan here, Kingston?
2.
You gonna torture me?
3.
- You gonna put my beard back on and rip it off again? - No.
4.
I'm gonna cut off each one of your fingers until you tell me who the rat is.
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0:20 / --:--
1.
What happened?
2.
Nothing.
3.
I'm gonna take a shower.
4.
Me too.
5.
Me too.
6.
Okay, I'm gonna put this in the car.
7.
Oh, I have to go pack!
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1:27 / --:--
1.
Hey, you know what might cheer you up?
2.
What?
3.
You know, I gotta tell you.
4.
This really does put me in a better mood.
5.
Mm.
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12:07 / --:--
1.
It's a Ms. Pac-Man machine!
2.
Oh, my God!
3.
I didn't know where to put it so I just left it here for now.
4.
Oh, well, maybe we can put it in the guest bedroom.
5.
Yeah, okay.
6.
I kinda like it here.
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