Learn Phrasal Verbs – Put Away

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What does the idiom PUT AWAY mean?

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

Here are some example sentences using PUT AWAY with this meaning:

  • 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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  1. In Hong Kong , patrons do not put away their trays after eating in the food court. In Canada, people are used to tidy up their stuff after eating.

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