Put the stinky CHEESE directly down onto the net (the net will then be whisked out to sea by a pelican).
to put something down (put a pack of anchovies down on the bear's carcass) (that's not a mnemonic, BTW. That's just what I usually put down and where I usually put it).
be located at a certain spot (as in, the 7-11 is located north of the mountains but south of the sea)
temporary, provisional management of a problem, until a lasting solution can be found : usually medical (i.e. stabalize the patient), but sometimes used about jury-rigging a machine. Take care of the radiation leak. Manage the PR crisis.
to leave something alone. (similar to 怠る (neglect), but 放置 is value-neutral. 放置する just means "leave it as it is.")
|具||tool||WITHOUT THE 'TEN' RADICAL|
|直||correct a problem / direct contact||'L'||L|
|置||put down on table||NET|
TREES are plants
The truth is worth TEN TOOLS.
I come from a SMALL prefecture.
You can't spell "correct a probLLLLem" without an “L".
You put the NET down on the table.