put (something) toward (something)(redirected from putting toward)
put (something) toward (something)
1. To earmark or use money for a portion of a debt or bill. I'm putting all of the money I make at my part-time job toward buying a new car.
2. To do or expend something in attempt to achieve some thing or goal. I failed my audition because I didn't put enough time toward learning the dance routine.
To provide or secure something to obtain something else or to serve some purpose: We've put $500 toward a new car. I put my efforts toward improving my grades.