Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
put in place
put in place
1) create or prepare elements of something
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put structure/plan/process in place
To 'put something in place' can mean to make arrangements so that something else can happen. "I have put the systems in place for you to begin work." "Everything is put in place for you to begin your internship." It can also mean to physically put something in the position in which it belongs. "She put the photo album in place on the shelf where she found it." You will often hear this used in professional environments to talk about making arrangements.
Social Examples (Advance)
Teachers often put structures in place for their students to succeed.
Thecity has to put an infrastructure in placefor the planned transport system.
Professional Examples (Basic)
Weneed to put a plan in placeif we want to get through this.
There are processes in placefor this sort of thing. We have to follow the procedure.
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