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Put definition is - to place in a specified position or relationship: lay. How to use put in a sentence.






put definition: 1. to move something or someone into the stated place, position, or direction: 2. to write something: 3. to express something in words. Learn more.

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Description:Alternatives to Exercising a Put Option The put writer does not need to hold an option until expiration, and neither does the option buyer. We're not saying that activists should put all their effort and time into party politics. Similarly, the option writer can do the same thing. They began to put off the lifeboats as the fire spread. The specified price the put option buyer can sell at is called the strike price. The form put is used in the present tense and is the past tense and past participle.

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