AnglaisModifier

ÉtymologieModifier

Composé de put et de away.

Locution verbale Modifier

put away

  1. Ranger.
    • She put things away before the guests arrived.
  2. Épargner.
    • She put away some money for a rainy day.
  3. (Familier) Engloutir.
    • My teenage son certainly does put it away. I don't know how he eats so much.
  4. (Familier) Serrer, faire interner.
    • We can put you away for 20 years for this crime.
    • His psychosis grew out of control, and his family had to put him away in a mental institution.