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put one's mind to (something)
to give one's complete attention to something
The boy can do anything if he puts his mind to it.
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  • put one's nose to the grindstone
  • put one's shoulder to the wheel
  • put one's thinking cap on or put on one's thinking cap
  • put one's two cents (worth) in
  • put oneself in (someone) else's place/position
  • put one`s cards on the table
  • put one`s finger on (something)
  • put one`s foot down
  • put one`s foot in one`s mouth
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  • at odds (with someone)
  • head above water
  • bring around (someone) or bring (someone) around
  • pull over
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  • behind in (something)
  • by the handful
  • rake (something) off or rake off (something)

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