take [transitive] to carry or move something from one place to another
take something Remember to take your coat when you leave.
take something with you I forgot to take my bag with me when I got off the bus.
take somebody something Shall I take my host family a gift?
take something to somebody/something Can you take my suit to the dry-cleaner's?
You need to take your laptop to the technician.
take something for somebody/something Don't forget to take a present for Catherine's new baby.
put somebody/something + adv./prep. to cause somebody/something to go to a particular place
Her family put her into a nursing home.
It was the year the Americans put a man on the moon.
Now, I want to express "to take the clothes from a certain place to the bed & then put them on the bed".
I am not sure it I can combine these 2 actions "take" & "put" into just one verb "take". For example, is it okay to say "to take the clothes onto the bed"?
However, we have to verb "put" which means "to cause somebody/something to go to a particular place".
I am not sure if "to put the clothes on the bed" means "to take the clothes from a certain place to the bed & then put them on the bed".