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  • Putative

    [pyoo-tuh-tiv] /ˈpyu tə tɪv/ adjective 1. commonly regarded as such; reputed; supposed: the putative boss of the mob. /ˈpjuːtətɪv/ adjective 1. (prenominal) commonly regarded as being: the putative father 2. (prenominal) considered to exist or have existed; inferred 3. (grammar) denoting a mood of the verb in some languages used when the speaker does not […]

  • Putatively

    [pyoo-tuh-tiv] /ˈpyu tə tɪv/ adjective 1. commonly regarded as such; reputed; supposed: the putative boss of the mob. /ˈpjuːtətɪv/ adjective 1. (prenominal) commonly regarded as being: the putative father 2. (prenominal) considered to exist or have existed; inferred 3. (grammar) denoting a mood of the verb in some languages used when the speaker does not […]



  • Putative-marriage

    noun, Law. 1. a marriage contracted in violation of an impediment, but in good faith on the part of one or both of the contracting persons.

  • Put a verb in it

    sentence To get into action; stop loafing and wasting time; GET one’s ASS IN GEAR: Make up your bed, and put a verb in it; we don’t have all day! (1990s+)



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