put (somebody) in = elect a politician to a parliament or a political party to govern


  • When we put them in, we never thought they would take such measures.
  • I don ‘t think people will ever want to put them in again.
  • Theu put them in after being ten years in the opposition.
  • I cannot believe the kind of people we sometimes put into office!
  • Who put him into parliament?
  • The political party was put in with a large majority.
  • The party was put in for a second time in a row.
  • Two politicians of the party were charged with corruption only two years after they had been put into office.
  • The voters put them in with a reduced majority.
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