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Keeping track of slang and colloquialisms can seem fruitless, but McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions can practically do the work for you. Individual entries cover words from street culture and Internet expressions, as well as older terms. Browsing these colorful and varied terms is both useful and often surprising.
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put someone on to something put someone out put someone out of his or her misery put someone out of the way put someone out to pasture put someone place put someone right put someone shade put someone the shade put someone through his or her paces put someone through the mill put someone through the wringer put someone under put someone under the table put someone up put someone up to put someone up to something put someone wise put someone's nose out joint put someone's nose out of joint put someones nose out joint put someones nose out of joint put something across put something away put something down put something down for something put something on hold put something on the line put something on the street put something out of the way put something out to pasture put something over put something over on put stock in
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