put (oneself) across

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put (oneself) across

To communicate and express oneself clearly and effectively, such that others can understand one's opinions, ideas, and what one is like on a personal level. Jared has a bit of social anxiety, so he has trouble putting himself across around other people he doesn't know. The most important thing when you are speaking in front of an audience to is make sure you put yourself across well.
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She added: "It looks at a number of things such as the way you stand, the way you project your voice and how you put yourself across.
It made me realise anyone can apply for any job - it's how you put yourself across, and how confident you are.
It's obvious that people look as much as they listen, so what you look like and how you put yourself across is really important,' says the 25 year old known for her figure hugging clothes and sultry style.
Think carefully about how you put yourself across - always ask questions about the existing flatmates and make sure you actually listen to their responses.
It's brilliant to be able to put yourself across and show people a bit of your personality rather than just a blank image.
They alter your image, the way you talk, what you say and how you put yourself across.
Nurse Makosi said: 'The way you put yourself across does not make people listen.
Nurse Makosi, 24, responded: 'Sometimes I look at you and think this boy makes a lot of sense but the way you put yourself across does not make people listen.
The only way you can put yourself across in an honest positive light is to just be yourself on a live programme.
The biggest worry for most people, Caroline says, is how you should aim to put yourself across.
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