Put up (with)

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Phrasal verb: Put up (with)

Spanish translation: 1. tolerar, aguantar, 2. dar hospedaje

Definition: When you put up with something, you tolerate it or accept it even if you are not completely happy about it.

Used in sentences:

1. I put up with my assistant because he’s really good at organization.

2. I’m tired of putting up with the bad wifi service.

3. My colleague in New York is putting me up for the night.

Related words or phrases: tolerate, endure, take it, bear / provide lodging

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