[poo ch] /pʊtʃ/
a plotted revolt or attempt to overthrow a government, especially one that depends upon suddenness and speed.
a violent and sudden uprising; political revolt, esp a coup d’état
1920, from German Putsch “revolt, riot,” from Swiss dialect, literally “a sudden blow, push, thrust, shock,” of imitative origin.
[poo ch-ist] /ˈpʊtʃ ɪst/ noun 1. a participant in a putsch. adjective 2. taking part in or concerned with a putsch.
- Put someone away
verb phrase see: put away , def. 3.
- Put someone down
verb phrase see: put down , def. 4.
- Put someone in his or her place
1. Rebuke someone, remind someone of his or her position, as in Alice is entirely too rude; it’s time you put her in her place. The noun place here denotes one’s rank or position. [ Mid-1900s ] 2. Also, put oneself in someone’s place. Imagine being someone else, as in Just put yourself in my […]