Synonym: communicate, pass, pass along, pass on. Similar words: cut across, get across, across, come across, cross out, put away, gross, put aside. Meaning: v. transmit information.
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1, He was trying to put across a serious point.
2, He could not put across his point of view to the audience.
3, Words are only essential to put across more abstract concepts and intellectual ideas.
4, One powerful message put across by the curriculum in most schools is that knowledge can be divided into compartments.
5, And all this classless business he tries to put across.
6, This group must put across its views and gain popular support and understanding for its campaign.
7, The signals you put across at the job interview can flag your future ambitions.
8, During the meeting, her ideas were clearly put across.
9, Is there anything I can put across the hallway?
10, Did I put across the idea?
11, What point is he trying to put across?
12, The information had not been put across properly.
13, Who can speak and put across everything he knows?
14, The woman in the market put across me by selling me some bad eggs.
15, If it is put across well,(http://sentencedict.com/put across.html) the audience will get it.
16, The unscrupulous merchants tried to put across their illicit enterprises.
17, Under the management of Li Xiangyang put across all the engineering projects with close cooperation.
18, The new librarian put across a fine new library building.
19, Using bullet points can help to put across this information in a succinct , easy - to - absorb way.
20, A good commercial put across the attractive feature of a product.
21, He failed to put across his feelings when they went out together.
22, No brushed aluminium and rosewood here; its stereo systems are designed with graph-paper severity to put across an austere seriousness.
23, With his wife Norma beside him, he climbed on to a soapbox to put across his campaign message.
24, Well, so far it looks good. Why don't you put across the back?
25, I didn't understand the point she was trying to put across.
26, The Conservative's policy, already formulated on comprehensive schools, was not an easy one to put across.
27, I am so happy that you remember every word I put across to you.
28, We teachers often find such things very difficult to put across.