put (someone) up with (one)

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put (someone) up with (one)

To have one provide someone with overnight accommodation, especially temporarily. Beth's going to the hospital for her surgery. Could we put Tommy up with you for a couple days while she's away?
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put someone up with someone

to house someone with someone. I will put her up with my cousin, who has an extra bedroom. We will put up the lady with us.
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put up with someone or something

to tolerate or endure someone or something; to be able to stand someone or something. I cannot put up with your constant whining any longer! We can put up with John's living here until he finds a place of his own.
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put up with

Endure without complaint, as in She's been very patient, putting up with all kinds of inconvenience. [Mid-1700s]
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put up with

To endure without complaint: We had to put up with the inconvenience.
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