put before

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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to present)
a. exponer ante
Henderson put the proposal before his colleagues for consideration.Henderson expuso la propuesta ante sus colegas para su consideración.
b. presentar ante
We're putting the bill before Congress tomorrow.Mañana vamos a presentar el proyecto de ley ante el Congreso.
2. (to prioritize)
a. anteponer a
Roberto puts his work above everything else in his life.Roberto antepone el trabajo a todo lo demás en su vida.
b. poner por encima de
Don't put fame above doing something that you're passionate about.No pongas la fama por encima de hacer algo que te apasione.
c. poner antes que
A man of the cloth must put the needs of his flock before his own.Un clérigo debe poner las necesidades de su rebaño antes que las suyas.
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