Put Away – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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The American English phrasal verb put away means to return something to its original or usual position. After you use something, you put it away.

  • I put away the dishes after washing them.
  • Jen told her kids to put away their toys..
  • Please put away all of these wine glasses and dishes.

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