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How to sign: put into a certain place or abstract location
"Put your things here"; "Set the tray down"; "Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children"; "Place emphasis on a certain point";
See also: rig, erect, set back, defer, assemble, put across, unload, put together, prorogue, jail, lay out, disembark, imprison, defer, jug, debark, array, knock back, incarcerate, ensnare, put off, put together, table, gaol, communicate, lay out, entrap, put off, knock back, tack together, table, shelve, assemble, postpone, immure, put up, arrange, shelve, set back, postpone, prorogue, put behind bars, array, put back, tack together, put down, remit, piece, set up, put over, set out, remit, put over, put back, lag, land, set up, set out, put back, remand, piece, lay, set back, set up, set back, tack, put up, put away, frame, put down, tack, apply, replace, bring down, hold over, range, rear, hold over, repose, set down, range, put down, set up, set down, put on, pass on, set up, discharge, drop, raise, post, set up, pass
Within this category: appose, arrange, barrel, bed, bottle, bucket, butt, clap, cock, coffin, cram, docket, emplace, emplace, ensconce, glycerolize, ground, imbricate, insert, install, intersperse, jar, juxtapose, ladle, lay, lean, load, marshal, middle, misplace, misplace, nestle, parallelize, park, perch, pigeonhole, pile, pillow, plant, plant, poise, position, postpose, prepose, rack up, recess, recline, replace, repose, reposition, rest, seat, set, settle, set down, set down, shelve, ship, sign, siphon, situate, sow, space, stand, step, stick, stratify, superimpose, superpose, tee, throw, throw, trench, underlay, upend
How to sign: a way of regarding situations or topics etc.
"consider what follows from the positivist view";
How to sign: position or arrangement of the body and its limbs
"he assumed an attitude of surrender";
Categories: bodily property
How to sign: the relative position or standing of things or especially persons in a society
"he had the status of a minor"; "the novel attained the status of a classic"; "atheists do not enjoy a favorable position in American life";
Similiar / Same: status
Within this category: bastardy, caste, command, dignity, election, equality, face, footing, high ground, high profile, high status, holy order, leadership, legal status, low status, nationality, nobility, ordination, pedestal, rank, retirement, slot, social station, standing, toehold