To make someone/something better; to represent someone or something (ex. a city/town) that puts this person/thing/establishment in a positive light
"I put on for my city." - Young Jeezy
Por Natty Dreadlock 07 de mayo de 2008
To suddenly use a mask of superficial personality or emotion to cover your real one, around everyone or a certain people to make them either:

1. like you

2. dislike you

3. feel sorry for you, or

4. be downright confused.

Also can be referred to as two faced.
1. Jared is such a put-on when he brings me around his guys!

2. When she started crying and feeling sorry for herself, I could tell it was a put-on.
Por Xylophone 18 de septiembre de 2012
fooling or deceiving somebody is a put-on.
You say David always changes his girlfriends...
come on~ that must be a put-on
Por Amos Lin 02 de mayo de 2008
to provide with a drug hook up.

a real drug dealer puts it on, so the middlemen can sling it.
"homie i'm gonna put on for ya."
Por xspeed 07 de enero de 2009
to put a bandanna over one's face in such a fashion that covers the entire bottom of his/her face. This is done before unlawful actions such as drive-bys and robberies to disguise one self.
put on: The street thug "put's on" before a gang war
Por dkslflgjkvsadlgja 31 de agosto de 2008

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