One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
with clause Make a statement or allegation to (someone) and challenge them to deny it.‘I put it to him that he was just a political groupie’
- ‘I put it to him that there doesn't seem to be much law in this process.’
- ‘I put it to him that the invitation may have signalled his coming of age.’
- ‘We put it to her that radio adverts or adverts on newspaper sites might be preferable to communicating via bulk email.’
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