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put something to (good) use

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput something to (good) useput something to (good) useUSE somethingto use something such as knowledge or skills for a particular purpose a job where her management skills can be put to good use use
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put something to (good) useBut I am putting it to use.Many large and medium size companies, government departments and Local authorities are putting Dataease to use somewhere within their organisations.I'd like a job where I could put my degree in languages to good use.Much of ecology is about this process: finding energy; putting it to use.The time has come to put your skills to use by developing a more useful and complex object orientated program.The trouble is we never stop long enough to put them to good use.Throughout the 1980s, researchers and company executives struggled with how to put Al to use.It does not seem regressive to put it to use in the service of gay survival as well.How do you put it to use in daily practice?
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