put onto

put onto (someone or something)

1. Literally, to place someone or something on top of something. You can put the vase onto the mantelpiece. He put the child onto the table and gave her an ice cream cone.
2. To put someone in contact with someone else; to make someone aware of someone or something. Got into a car accident, huh? Don't worry, I'll put you onto a great mechanic. She put me onto a tech company that's looking to hire new engineers.
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put someone onto someone or something

to alert someone to the existence of someone or something; to lead someone to someone or something. Nancy put Elaine onto George, who knew of a job that Elaine might be interested in. Nancy put Elaine onto a good job lead.
See also: put
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"We have, in the ERG, in Jacob Rees-Mogg, someone who is happy to put onto his web pages the horrible, racist AfD [Alternative for Germany] party, a party that's Islamophobic and far right."
After 24 hours, remove the pork and put onto a rack in a metal tray so any excess marinade drips off.
Children from Oxley and other schools and community groups are making poppies which will then be put onto the horse which will then take part in the Remembrance parade in Loughborough on November 11.
It was then put onto a specialist trailer and transported from Llangefni to the crane firm's yard in Gwalchmai.
Due to the collapse of the Morandi Bridge, which was a main connection of Genoa with the Airport and the Western side of the Town, additional stress has been put onto the roads within the City.
I can assure you that on the field it wasn't; there was a lot of running and a lot of hard work put onto it on the training field."
'[Guevarra's pickup] was not put onto the flatbed-type tow truck immediately because of its width,' Orbos explained.
As the state deliberates on how much electric utilities must pay for power that solar customers generate and put onto the grid, Arkansans have been putting sun-generation units on their homes and businesses at a record pace.
"We are happy to win the game, but it's not just the result but the quality we can put onto the pitch.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Google recently pushed Chrome 63 out to the public, with its launch, version 64 was put onto the beta channel.
They had blood poisoning, they were being put onto kidney dialysis machines, and we were losing somebody every week.
TOP TWEET "8 years ago today I stopped breathing and had to get put onto a life support machine..
As of April 2017, every employer in the UK, including farmers and those who employ people to work for their rural businesses, must ensure certain staff are put onto a pension scheme and contribute towards it.
Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported that last year, for the first time on record, natural gas plants' percentage of total potential electrical output generated and put onto the grid also known as capacity factor--beat out that of coal plants.
GOOD TO SOFT (Soft in places) GoingStick (range 1-15: lower the figure, the slower the going) 7.8 Watering 4mm put onto the bend into the home straight and areas of the 6f Chute on Friday.