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Old February 05, 2011, 08:54 AM
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Difference between Poner/Introducir/Meter

So far I've learned 3 verbs that all can mean "to put". Now, I was wondering if these can all be used interchangeably and if not when to use each.

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When translated as 'put', the three are interchangeable.

You should also be aware that each verb has other meanings. When those other meanings are employed, the other verbs are not necessarily interchangeable.
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