Put His Back Up :
Put A Bug In You Ear :
If you put a bug in someone’s ear, you give him or her a reminder or suggestion relating to a future event.
Put A Cork In It! :
This is a way of telling someone to be quiet.
Put A Sock In It :
If someone tells you to put a sock in it, they are telling you to shout up.
Put All Your Eggs In One Basket :
If you put all your eggs in one basket, you risk everything on a single opportunity which, like eggs breaking, could go wrong.
Put Heads Together :
Put It On The Cuff :
If you put something on the cuff, you will take it now and pay for it later.
Put Lipstick On A Pig :
If people put lipstick on a pig, they make superficial or cosmetic changes, hoping that it will make the product more attractive.
Put On Airs :
If someone puts on airs, they pretend to be grander and more important than they really are.
Put Or Get Someone’s Back Up :
If you put or get someone’s back up, you annoy them.
Put Some Dirt On It :
This means that when you get hurt, you should rub it off or shake it off and you’ll be OK.
Put Some Mustard On It! :
I think it’s used to encourage someone to throw a ball like a baseball hard or fast.
Put Somebody’s Nose Out Of Joint :
If you put someone’s nose out of joint, you irritate them or make them angry with you.
Put His Back Up
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