The French verb “mettre” literally means “to put” and is also used in many idiomatic expressions. Learn how to spend money on or how to tone down and many more…
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But of course, you need to know how to conjugate the verb “mettre” to correctly use the above phrases.
In the present tense
Je mets – I put/I’m putting
Tu mets – You put/You are putting
Il/elle/on met – He/she/One put(s)- is/are putting
Nous mettons – We put/We are putting
Vous mettez – You put/ You are putting
Ils/Elles mettent – They put / They are putting