put-up


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Related to put-up: put out, put-up job, Put spread

put-up

(po͝ot′ŭp′)
adj. Informal
Planned or prearranged secretly: The theft was a put-up job.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.put-up - planned secretly; "it was a put-up job"
planned - designed or carried out according to a plan; "the planned outlays for new equipment"
Translations

put-up

[ˈpʊtʌp] ADJ put-up jobchanchullo m
it was a put-up job to give him the postfue un chanchullo para darle el puesto

put-up

[ˈpʊtˌʌp] adj put-up job (fam) → montatura
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Put-ups are as small as 100 feet in length on the cable's spool or pull box, leaving no design project out of reach.
It can be used indoors or outdoors and is available in small put-ups or large put-ups to a maximum 1,000 continuous feet.
It begins at the formation stage of group development by addressing cooperation issues such as using put-ups instead of put-downs, using active listening, and being able to work with anyone in the class.
You may also make the conversion of your nonwoven easier by providing specific put-ups and packaging that fit the customer's operation.