See also: picture, put, someone put/keep somebody in cogiendo en el bosque con mi putito the picture ( informal ) give somebody the information they need in order to understand a particular situation, etc: Before you start work, let me put you in the picture about the way the office is run.
M is partnering with Gymglish to give you a free one-month trial of this excellent online English training course.
See also: picture, put, someone, link to this page: a someone in the picture /a).Put sb in the picture Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.Understand, be informed about or be involved in a particular situation or activity.Activate your free month of lessons (special offer for new users, with no obligation to buy) - and receive a level assessment!
Close, thesaurus, the thesaurus of synonyms and related words is fully integrated into the dictionary.
Just make sure you put the boss in the picture about the status of the project.
These words appear in red, and are graded with stars.
I believe that I could now produce evidence to prove my case, if you are prepared to listen.
Cambridge dictionaries logo, follow us, english put sb in the picture, thesaurus: synonyms and related words.Put (someone) in the picture, to keep someone informed, aware, or up to date (about something to involve someone in something.Click on the thesaurus category heading under the button in an entry to see the synonyms and related words for that meaning.I brought you here for that reason, to put you in the picture.A design or representation made by various means (such as painting, drawing, or photography) : a description so vivid or graphic as to suggest a mental image or give an accurate idea of something : a mental image : to paint or draw a representation.Has Inspector Fayard put you in the picture?Common If you put someone in the picture, you tell them about a situation which they need to know about.Compare with in the picture.