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    to put on

    In the situation below:

    (B has asked permission to A to record their interview and A starts answering)

    A: Exactly the same way as you, as you would like to put on
    B: Oh no, no.
    A: There will be some of the things you would like to write it down
    B: ...

    Can you tell me what "to put on" possibly means in this context?

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    Re: to put on

    Quote Originally Posted by luaya View Post
    In the situation below:

    (B has asked permission to A to record their interview and A starts answering)

    A: Exactly the same way as you, as you would like to put on
    B: Oh no, no.
    A: There will be some of the things you would like to write it down
    B: ...

    Can you tell me what "to put on" possibly means in this context?
    None of it makes any sense to me.

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