put with

put someone or something with someone

to place someone or something with someone; to assign someone or something to someone. I will put David with you and let you two work together for a while. I will put this project with you for the time being.
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By combining the purchase of a protective put with the sale of a covered call, you can create a protective collar, offering downside protection and limiting upside potential, with little or no out-of-pocket cost.
In the state championships in Sacramento, Williams was a surprise winner in the shot put with a heave of 62 feet, 8 1/2 inches, fifth on the area's all-time list.
A stroke of good fortune put John Godina into the World Track Championships in the shot put with a wild-card invitation after he failed to qualify for the U.