put down as
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put (someone or something) down as (something)
To view or judge someone or something in a particular way. I worry that the other kids will put me down as a nerd just because I won all of those academic awards.
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put someone or something down as something
to write down the name of someone or a group as something. (See also put someone down as something.) I will put you down as cook for the benefit luncheon. I put down John as a likely prospect.
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- put (someone or something) down as (something)
- have (someone or something) down as (something)
- have someone or something down as
- don't give (something) another thought
- bother (one's) (pretty little) head about (something)
- bother head about
- not give (something) another thought
- not give it another thought
- Barf City
- not to worry