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All content on this website including dictionary thesaurus literature geography and other reference data is for informational purposes only This information should not be considered complete up to date and is not intended to be used in place a visit consultation or advice a legal medical or any other pressional. The verbs place and put are ten used with the same meaning Place is more formal than put and is mainly used in you place something somewhere you put it there You ten use place to say that someone puts something somewhere neatly or placed the music on the piano and sat piece furniture is carefully placed as in a gallery.2 pressureIf you place or put pressure on someone you urge them to do d pressure will be placed on the Government this may have put pressure on her to agree.3 advertsIf you place or put an advert in a newspaper you pay for the advert to be printed in the newspaper.

You can use place after an adjective when you are describing a building room town or area land For example instead saying 'Paris is nice' you can say 'Paris is a nice place'.I love this village – it's a beautiful new house is a really comfortable place.2 saying where something isYou can say where something is using the place whereÉ For example you can say 'This is the place where I parked. In American English anyplace is sometimes used instead doesn't stay anyplace for very long.4 'there'Don't use 'that place' to refer to somewhere that has just been mentioned Don't say for example 'I threw my bag on the ground and left it in that place' You say 'I threw my bag on the ground and left it there'.I moved to London and soon found a job there.I must go home Bill is there on his own.5 'room'Don't use 'place' as an uncountable noun to refer to an open or empty area Use room or space instead Room is more likely to be used when you are talking about space inside an enclosed area. All content on this website including dictionary thesaurus literature geography and other reference data is for informational purposes only This information should not be considered complete up to date and is not intended to be used in place a visit consultation or advice a legal medical or any other pressional. Be Careful!Don't use a to-infinitive after a place where Don't say for example 'I'm looking for a place where to park my car' Say 'I'm looking for a place to park my car' or 'I'm looking for a place where I can park my car' You can also say 'I'm looking for somewhere to park my car'.He was looking for a place to there a place where you can go swimming?We had to find somewhere to live.3 'anywhere'In British English you don't usually use 'place' after 'any' in questions or negative statements Don't say for example 'She never goes to any place alone' You say 'She never goes anywhere alone'.