put (one) up with (one)

put (one) up with (one)

To 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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