put (one's) pot on

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put (one's) pot on

old-fashioned To make someone's actions or intentions known publicly. Primarily heard in Australia. He knew I was nervous about asking Mary out, so it really got my dander up when he stroller on by and put my pot on like that.
See also: on, pot, put

put someone's pot on

AUSTRALIAN, INFORMAL
If you put someone's pot on, you tell other people about something wrong that they have done. She threatened to put his pot on with the police.
See also: on, pot, put

put someone's pot on

inform on a person. Australian & New Zealand informal
See also: on, pot, put