put (something) at (one's) door

(redirected from put at his door)

put (something) at (one's) door

To assign blame or responsibility to one for something. The mayor wasn't directly involved, but the voters are going to put this scandal at his door. We're short-staffed, so my boss is putting a lot of extra work at my door.
See also: door, put
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