- Euthanize, put to sleep.
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put down — index cast (register), defeat, demean (make lower), derogate, dispatch (put to death), enter (record … Law dictionary
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put down — ► put down 1) suppress (a rebellion, coup, or riot) by force. 2) kill (a sick, old, or injured animal). 3) pay (a sum) as a deposit. 4) informal humiliate by public criticism. Main Entry: ↑put … English terms dictionary
put down to — ► put down to attribute (something) to. Main Entry: ↑put … English terms dictionary
put-down — [n] nasty commentary cut*, dig*, disparagement, gibe*, humiliation, indignity, insult, jibe*, knock*, pan*, rebuff, sarcasm, slight, sneer*, snub, suppression; concepts 54,278 Ant. flattery, praise … New thesaurus
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