TO PUT UP WITH
TO PUT UP WITH: meaning and examples
Today's expression is: To put up with someone or something
It means: to tolerate someone or something (aguantar)
Gerry: What do you think of your new department head?
Fiona: Well, nobody likes him very much but we just have to put up with him.
Nancy: Everyone complains about the telephone company's Customer Service department!
Jorge: I know, but if you want their installations, you are obliged to put up with it.
Her neighbours are so noisy. They have the television really loud, and scream at one another late at night! I don't know how she puts up with them.
I hope you have a good weekend with good weather. If it rains... oh well, we'll just have put up with it.
Have a good day and an excellent weekend!