To place in the charge or power of a person, institution, etc.: to put a child in a special school.
The strike price ) by a certain date.If Company XYZ's share price drops to 8 per share, the trader can buy the shares on the open market and sell the put option at 10 per share (the strike price on the put option contract).For example, if a trader purchases a put option contract pareja busca pareja navarra for Company XYZ for 1 (i.e.,.01/share for a 100-share contract) with a strike price of 10 per share, the trader can sell the shares at 10 before the end of the option period.Noun poo t-on, -awn; adjective poo t-on, -awn."ruse, deception 1937, from earlier adjectival meaning "assumed, feigned" (1620s a figurative extension of the notion of putting on costumes or disguises; from put (v.) on (adv.).Adjective phrase put out "angry, upset" is first recorded 1887; to put out, of a woman, "to offer oneself for sex" is from 1947.Show More Online Etymology Dictionary, 2010 Douglas Harper Idioms and Phrases with put off put off Delay or postpone, as in He always puts off paying his bills.( coloquial ) ser un aguafiestas, no es por ser un aguafiestas pero la marca de coche que te quieres comprar es muy cara de mantener.Put, place, lay, set mean to bring or take an object (or cause it to go) to a certain location or position, there to leave.That was disgusting; it has put me off my dinner.To bring about; effect: The proposed revisions have not as yet been put through.To express or state: To put it mildly, I don't understand.To force or drive to some course or action: to put an army to flight.To throw or cast, especially with a forward motion of the hand when raised close to the shoulder: to put the shot.Lay, meaning originally to cause to lie, and set, meaning originally to cause to sit, are used particularly to stress the position in which an object is put: lay usually suggests putting an object rather carefully into a horizontal position: to lay a pattern out.
To be successful in (a form of deception It was obviously a lie, but he put it across.
To set out; depart: Dark clouds threatened as we put forth from the shore.
To manufacture; prepare; produce.