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Phrasal Verbs

Haritha P.
18/05/2018 0 0

Put off - To put off is to postpone.

Make out - To make out is to resolve.

Makeup - To make up is to create something.

Hold back - To hold something back is to stop from saying it out

Hold up - To hold something up is to delay it.

Hold down - To hold something down is to keep it low.

Hold on - To hold on is to wait.

Keep off - To keep something off is to avoid it from going onto a particular area of land.

Get back - To get back is to come back.

Get by - To get by is to manage to do something with great difficulty.

Get in - To get in is to enter a place

Get out - To get out is to leave a place.

Call in – call (him/her/them) in

Call (me) up –  call on phone/ in person

Call out – announce/say out loud

Come across –  meet/see

Came up/come up –  think/ thought of

Coming through – passing by

Screw up - When something screws up somebody, it confuses or hurts them.

Scratch out - To scratch out is to make a living with great difficulty.

Seal off - To seal off an area is to block it or prevent access to it.

Set off - To set off is to start a journey.

Shake off - To shake something off is to get rid of it.

Spruce up - To spruce up is to smarten up.

Splash out - To splash out is to spend a lot of money on something

Stick around - To stick around is to stay in the same place for a long time.

Dish out - To dish out is to give something (usually criticism) in large amounts

Spew out - To spew something out is to produce a lot of it.

Spark off - To spark something off is to make it happen.

Dish out - To dish something out is to give something (usually something bad) freely and in large amounts.

Shoot off - To shoot off is to leave in a hurry.

Mug up - To mug up is to study hard.

Shake off - To shake something off is to get rid of that.

Standby (somebody) - To stand by someone is to support them when they need you.

Stand (somebody) up - To stand somebody up is to arrange to meet somebody and not go.

Stand in for - To stand in for somebody is to do their job temporarily.

Stand out - this is an inseparable phrasal verb. When something stands out, it becomes clearly noticeable/special.

Stand down - To stand down is to resign


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