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PHRASAL VERBS – A


-Definition of a Phrasal Verb

What are Phrasal Verbs? DEFINITION PHRASAL VERBS are sometimes called two-word or three-word verbs, or verb phrases. A Phrasal Verb is a verb plus a particle. A particle is a ...
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ACT UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of ACT UP? act up Definition #1: not work properly, for machines and body parts Examples: 1. I couldn't print the photos. My printer was acting ...
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ADD UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb ADD UP? add up Definition: If something adds up, it makes sense. It is probable or correct. Examples: 1. My co-worker's ...
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AGREE WITH – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb AGREE WITH? something agrees with someone Remember: A phrasal verb's definition is different than the meaning of the verb + preposition ...
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ASK OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb ASK OUT? ask someone out Definition: invite someone to go on a date Examples of ASK OUT in Sentences: 1. John ...
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PHRASAL VERBS – B


BACK OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of BACK OUT? back out Definition: to not keep a promise or commitment Examples: 1. They thought they had sold their house, but the purchasers backed ...
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BACK UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of BACK UP? Definition 1: If something backs up, it means the regular flow is slowed or stopped. Examples: 1. Don't pour grease down your kitchen ...
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BANG UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of BANG UP? bang up someone/something bang someone/something up Definition: seriously damage someone or something Examples: 1. He really banged up his knee in the hockey ...
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BANK ON – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of BANK ON? Definition: to depend on Examples: 1. We’re banking on a big crowd tonight to pay for the expense of producing the show. 2 ...
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BLANK OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of BLANK OUT? blank out Definition: to have your mind go blank or empty; to forget what you need at the moment; to be unable to ...
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BLOCK OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of BLOCK OUT? Definition: to stop someone, or something, from affecting you Examples 1. She shut her bedroom door and turned up her music to block ...
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BLOW OVER – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of BLOW OVER? blow over Definition: use this phrasal verb to talk about a storm, an argument or an unpleasant situation ending Examples: 1. She is ...
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BLOW UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of BLOW UP? blow up Definition 1: to become very angry, shouting and yelling; to lose one's temper to lose one's temper Examples: 1. I don't ...
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BOIL OVER – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of the English Phrasal Verb  BOIL OVER? boil over Definition: a liquid flows over the sides of the container (such as the pot) while boiling Examples ...
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BREAK DOWN – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of BREAK DOWN break down something mechanical, such as a machine or a vehicle, stops functioning Examples: 1. This photocopier is a piece of junk. This ...
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BREAK EVEN – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb BREAK EVEN? for English Language Learners (ELL) – those learning to speak English as a Second Language (ESL), or English as ...
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BREAK OFF – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of BREAK OFF? break off something break something off Definition 1: to separate part of something from the whole Examples: 1. The wind broke off several ...
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BREAK OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of BREAK OUT? break out Definition 1: the sudden start of something (often this refers to something undesirable, such as a forest fire, war, fighting, a ...
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BREAK THROUGH – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb BREAK THROUGH? break through break through something Definition 1: to force a way through something that is blocking the way Examples ...
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BRING UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb BRING UP? bring up something bring something up Definition: to mention, or start to talk about, something Examples of BRING UP ...
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BRUSH OFF – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of BRUSH OFF? brush off someone/something brush someone/something off Definition to ignore, or treat someone or something as though unimportant Examples: 1. I don’t think you ...
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BUCKLE DOWN – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of BUCKLE DOWN? buckle down Definition: be serious about doing something; take on a task or job with determination Examples of BUCKLE DOWN in Sentences: 1 ...
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BUCKLE UP | BUCKLE IN – Phrasal Verb

BUCKLE UP and BUCKLE IN These two phrasal verbs are similar, and can sometimes be interchanged. If you are giving someone instructions to fasten their seatbelt, use buckle up. Buckle ...
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CALL OFF – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of CALL OFF? call something off call off something Definition 1: cancel an event Examples: 1. When I heard how cold it was going to be ...
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CALM DOWN – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb CALM DOWN? calm down calm someone down Definition: become peaceful; become not agitated, not excited Examples of CALM DOWN in Sentences: ...
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CARRIED AWAY – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of (to be, or get) CARRIED AWAY? Definition to lose self control (note: use the passive voice) Example: She is annoyed with her husband because he ...
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CARRY ON – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of CARRY ON? carry on Definition 1: behave (or talk) in an excited, playful or silly, or bad-tempered way Examples: 1. The children really like to ...
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CATCH UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb CATCH UP? catch up Definition to gradually get closer to a moving person or vehicle in front of you to do ...
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CHECK IN / INTO – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb CHECK IN / CHECK INTO? check in (check into a place) check in someone check someone in Definition: arrive and register ...
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CHECK ON – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of CHECK ON? check on someone/something Definition: monitor or look at the condition, or progress, of someone or something check to see how someone, or something, ...
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CHECK OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of CHECK OUT? check out Definition 1 to stop at the front desk, or cash register of a hotel, library, or large store so they can ...
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CLEAN OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of CLEAN OUT clean out something clean something out Definition 1 clean the inside of something by removing the unnecessary things that are inside Examples 1 ...
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CLEAN UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of CLEAN UP clean up something clean something up Definition make a place completely clean or tidy Examples 1. This place is a mess! You have ...
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PHRASAL VERBS – D


DAWN ON – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of DAWN ON dawn on someone Definition: to become understood, or evident, or obvious (Note: This comes from the meaning of dawn, which is the time ...
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DO UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the Phrasal Verb DO UP? do up something do something up DO UP is a separable phrasal verb. The object can separate, or go between, ...
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DRAW OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb DRAW OUT? draw out someone/something draw someone/something out Definition 1: gently encourage someone (who may be shy or uncomfortable) to talk ...
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DRIVE UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of DRIVE UP? drive up Definition 1: Drive up means to drive (mostly) north to a specific destination. Examples of DRIVE UP in Sentences: 1. Why ...
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DROP IN – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb DROP IN? Definition or Meaning: visit someone informally and briefly Examples of DROP IN in Sentences: 1. My husband grew up ...
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DROP OFF – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of DROP OFF? drop someone/something off drop off someone/something Definition: take someone, or something, to a location (often this is done on the way to another ...
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DROP OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of DROP OUT? drop out Definition: stop participating in a race, competition or activity, or quit a course of study Examples: 1. The students said it ...
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DROWN OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of DROWN OUT? drown out Definition a sound cannot be heard because another sound is much louder Examples: 1. It's a beautiful home with a large ...
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PHRASAL VERBS – E


END UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of END UP? end up Definition: to be in a situation that you did not intend Examples: 1. We got so lost! We were trying to ...
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EVEN OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of EVEN OUT? Definition: become more equal Examples: 1. Spain scored a goal to even out the score. 2. My boss is trying to even the ...
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FALL BEHIND – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of FALL BEHIND? fall behind Definition: gradually move behind other people because you are moving slowly or not keeping up with an expectation Examples of FALL ...
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FALL FOR – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of FALL FOR? fall for Definition 1: be tricked into believing something that is not true Example: 1. I can't believe I fell for what the salesman ...
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FEEL FOR – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of FEEL FOR? feel for Definition 1: be sympathetic toward someone because they are in a difficult situation Examples: 1. I really feel for her. She ...
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FIGURE OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of FIGURE OUT? figure out someone/something figure someone/something out Definition: understand someone or something discover the cause of a problem or difficulty Examples: 1. Our daughter ...
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FIND OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of FIND OUT? find out find out something find something out Definition: learn by observation, study, or a search discover information FIND OUT is commonly followed ...
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FLIP THROUGH – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of FLIP THROUGH? flip through something Definition: look or search quickly through (a book or a collection of papers) Examples of FLIP THROUGH in Sentences: 1 ...
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FOLLOW UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of FOLLOW UP follow upfollow something upfollow up on something Definition 1: find more information about something (or someone) and take action if necessary Examples: 1 ...
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FREEZE OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of FREEZE OUT? freeze someone out freeze out someone Definition: to exclude="" (i.e.,="" not="" include)="" someoneact in a cold and unfriendly way that clearly excludes someone ...
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GET BY – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of GET BY? get by Definition: have just enough of something (usually money) for what you need but no extra Example: Carol is very under qualified ...
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GIVE UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of GIVE UP? give up give up something give something up Definition #1 to quit doing something If you use give up without a noun or ...
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GO OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of GO OUT? go out Definition 1: leave your home for entertainment, or a social event go on a date with another person Examples: 1. I ...
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GO OVER – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of GO OVER? go over something Definition: review examine, consider check the details of something Examples: 1. Could you please go over these numbers for me? ...
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GO THROUGH – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of GO THROUGH? go through something Definition: experience something difficult or painful Examples: 1. My friend went through a lot to move to this country. 2 ...
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GOING ON – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of GOING ON? going on Definition: happening Examples: 1. I can't get this computer to work today. I don't know what is going on. 2. I ...
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GRIND UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of GRIND UP? grind up something grind something up Definition: reduce something to small particles or powder by crushing it completely Examples: 1. Some people believe you should ...
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GROW UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of GROW UP? grow up Definition 1: spend your childhood and teen years; become an adult Examples: 1. "When I grow up," said the little boy, ...
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PHRASAL VERBS – H


HAND OVER – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of HAND OVER? hand someone/something over hand over someone/something Definition: to give someone or something to someone else Examples: 1. He put a gun in my ...
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HAVE ON – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of HAVE ON? have something on have on something Definition: To have on means to wear. Examples: 1. Why don’t you have socks on? 2. What ...
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HEAD BACK – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb HEAD BACK? head back Definition: - go in the direction from which you came - turn around and return to where ...
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HEAD OFF – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb HEAD OFF? head off Definition: to leave in order to go somewhere or do something Examples of HEAD OFF in Sentences: ...
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HEAD OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb  HEAD OUT? head out Definition: leave a place Examples of HEAD OUT in Sentences: 1. When they started to complain about ...
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HEAD OVER – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of HEAD OVER? head over Definition: go to, or visit, a place Examples: 1. I am going to head over to my parents' house after work ...
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HOLD OFF – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of HOLD OFF? hold off Definition: to delay, to not start until later Examples: 1. I need a new phone, but I want to hold off ...
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HOLD UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of HOLD UP? hold up hold up something hold something up Definition 1: raise something (often part of your body) in the air Examples: 1. Hold ...
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PHRASAL VERBS – K


KEEP OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of KEEP OUT? keep out keep someone/something out keep out someone/something Definition: to cause someone, or something, to remain outside of a certain area Examples: 1 ...
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KEEP UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of KEEP UP? keep up Definition: to go as quickly as someone, or something, else Examples: 1. Technology is changing so quickly. Sometimes it’s hard to ...
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KNOCK BACK – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of KNOCK BACK? knock back something knock something back Definition: consume a drink (usually alcohol) quickly and completely Examples: 1. He knocked back six beer while we were getting ...
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LAY OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of LAY OUT?  lay out something  lay something out Definition: put on a surface, usually in such a way that it can be completely seen Examples: 1 ...
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LEAVE BEHIND – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of LEAVE BEHIND? leave behind someone/something leave someone/something behind Definition: make progress much more quickly than someone else go to a new place without someone, or ...
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LET DOWN – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of LET DOWN? let someone down Definition: fail to support, or help, someone as they had expected or hoped Examples: 1. Don't count on him. He never does ...
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LET IN – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb LET IN? let someone/something in let in someone/something Definition: admit, or allow, someone or something into a room, building or area ...
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LIMP ALONG – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb LIMP ALONG? limp along Definition: progress slowly, or with difficulty, and not at full capacity (Tip: The meaning of limp is ...
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LINE UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of the English Phrasal Verb LINE UP? line up someone/something line someone/something up Definition: arrange people or things in a straight row Examples: 1. Please line up here to ...
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LOAD UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of LOAD UP? load up load up someone/something load someone/something up Definition: put a large amount of something in someone's arms, on someone's plate, etc. Examples: 1 ...
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LOCK UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of LOCK UP? lock up someone/something lock someone/something up Definition: completely shut and secure by locking (often used for offices, or stores) Examples: 1. The police locked the prisoner ...
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LOOK AFTER – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of LOOK AFTER? look after someone/something Definition: take care of; to be responsible for someone, or something If you are looking after a person, this means ...
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LOOK INTO – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of LOOK INTO? look into something Definition: find out more information about a particular situation Examples: 1. I will look into the details of the rental ...
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LOOK UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of LOOK UP? look up something look something up Definition: find information from a reference source (a book, the internet, etc.) Examples: 1. I'm not sure where that ...
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MEASURE UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of MEASURE UP? measure up Definition: to reach an expected standard; to fulfill certain expectations Examples: 1. Sometimes I feel like I will never measure up ...
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MIX UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of MIX UP? mix up mix someone/something up mix up someone/something Definition: confuse Examples: 1. Can you repeat those numbers again please? I am getting mixed ...
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PAIR UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of PAIR UP? pair up someone/something pair someone/something up Definition: two people (or two things) are put together and seen (or used) as one unit form ...
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PASS AWAY – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of PASS AWAY / PASS ON / PASS? pass away / pass on / pass Definition: This is a polite and respectful way of saying to ...
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PAT DOWN – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of PAT DOWN? pat down someone pat someone down Definition: lightly and quickly touch the hands over a person's body to find something concealed Example: The ...
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PICK UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of PICK UP? pick up someone/something pick someone/something up Definition 1: pay for something that is not a complex purchase Examples: 1. Every time we go out with ...
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PIG OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning ofPIG OUT? Definition: to eat a lot of food The idiom EAT LIKE A PIG is similar to the phrasal verb PIG OUT, but to eat ...
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PULL BY – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of PULL BY? pull by Definition: drive past Examples: 1. As the tour bus pulled by the museum, everyone strained to see the newly built fountain ...
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PULL OFF – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of PULL OFF? pull s.t. off pull off s.t. Definition: succeed in achieving or winning something difficult Examples: 1. We had only 24 hours to plan ...
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PULL OVER – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of PULL OVER? pull overpull someone/something over Definition: This means to drive a vehicle to the side of the road and stop, or (as in example ...
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PULL UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of PULL UP? pull up pull something up present -PULL UPpresent participle - PULLING UPpast -PULLED UPpast participle -PULLED UP ...
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PUT ON – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of PUT ON? put on something put something on Definition 1: place clothing, make-up, lotion, etc. on your body Examples of PUT ON (definition 1) in ...
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REAR END – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of (to) REAR END? rear end someone Definition: a vehicle hits another vehicle from behind Examples: 1. The other day after work, the roads were icy ...
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RENT OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb RENT OUT? rent something out rent out something Definition: allow someone to use something you own, in exchange for payment Examples ...
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ROLL DOWN – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of ROLL DOWN? roll something down roll down something Definition: open a window in a vehicle Examples: 1. Whew! It's hot in here. Let's roll down the ...
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RUN BY – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of RUN BY? run something by someone Definition: tell someone about something, especially in order to get their opinion or reaction Examples: 1. I would like to run the ...
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RUN INTO – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of RUN INTO? run into someone Definition: meet by chance Example: 1. I quickly stopped at the store to pick up a few things, hoping I wouldn't ...
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SAIL THROUGH – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of SAIL THROUGH? sail through something  Definition: do something very easily; succeed easily at something Examples: 1. He sailed through his exams. He said they were really ...
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SCREW UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb SCREW UP? screw up screw something up screw up something Definition: (very informal)  completely mismanage, handle very badly, made a big ...
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SEE OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of SEE OUT? see someone out  Definition: walk someone to the exit Examples: 1. Thanks for bringing those plans over. I am leaving for lunch now. I can ...
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SEND OFF – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of SEND OFF? send someone/something offsend off someone/something Definition: to make arrangements for someone, or something, to go somewhere The meaning of send off is very ...
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SET UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of SET UP? set up set something up set up something Definition: put physical things in place for an occasion (e.g., tables, chairs, etc.) This suggests assembling ...
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SETTLE DOWN – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb SETTLE DOWN? settle down settle someone down settle down someone Definition 1: to make calm, or to become calmer or quieter, ...
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SETTLE ON – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of SETTLE ON? settle on someone/something Definition: come to rest on Example: A sense of peace settled on the crowd at the funeral as the speaker ...
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SHAKE OFF – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of SHAKE OFF? shake off shake off oneself*/ something shake oneself* / something off Definition: make a lot of quick, small, repeated movements to remove dirt ...
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SHOW UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of SHOW UP? show up Definition arrive for an appointment or gathering Examples 1. I forgot to show up for my doctor’s appointment. 2. What if ...
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SLEEP IN – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of SLEEP IN? sleep in Definition: Sleep in means to stay in bed, sleeping, later than your usual time. Examples: 1. Josh is late for work ...
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TAKE OFF – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of TAKE OFF? take off something take something off Definition 1: remove something that you are wearing | remove something completely Examples: 1. I thought I ...
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TAKE OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of TAKE OUT? take someone out  take out someone Definition: take someone to a social event or a place of entertainment, or to a restaurant Examples: 1. My husband is ...
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TAKE UP ON – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of TAKE UP ON? take up someone on something take someone up on something Definition: to accept an offer from someone Examples: 1. I would like to ...
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THROW BACK – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of THROW BACK? throw back something throw something back Definition: open (with energy) to show something behind Examples: 1. The children threw back their covers and ...
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TRANSPORT BACK – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of TRANSPORT BACK? transport someone/something back transport back someone/something Definition: To transport someone (or something) back means to return a person (or thing) to an earlier ...
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TRY OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of TRY OUT? try out try something out  try out something Definition: If you try something out, you test it, or practice using it, to determine if it ...
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TURN DOWN – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb TURN DOWN? turn something down turn down something Definition 1: to adjust a control on a device in order to lower ...
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TURN IN – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of TURN IN? turn in someone/something turn someone/something in Definition: give someone, or something, to the people in authority (such as the police, a teacher, security, ...
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TURN OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of TURN OUT turn out Definition: in the end it was this way; the result at the end of an activity or period of time; the ...
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TURN UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of TURN UP? turn up Definition 1: something that is lost, or missing, is found Examples: 1. I wish my ring would turn up. I have ...
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PHRASAL VERBS – U


USE UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of USE UP? use up something use something up Definition: completely finish, so that there is none left Examples: 1. I can't find any more butter. Did you use it all up? 2. Why don't you use up some of your leftover wool and knit a ...
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WAKE UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of WAKE UP? wake upwake someone upwake up someone Definition: to stop sleeping Examples: 1. Can you please wake your brother up? He needs to get ...
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WEAR OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb WEAR OUT? wear someone/something out wear out someone/something Definition 1: to exhaust or tire someone Examples of WEAR OUT (definition 1) ...
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WIPE OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of WIPE OUT? wipe out Definition 1 - to fall to the ground because you have slipped, or tripped - to fall off something that is ...
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WORK ON – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of WORK ON? work on something Definition: This means to spend time trying to achieve/accomplish something. Examples: 1. I left my car at the mechanic’s. He ...
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WORK OUT – Phrasal Verb

What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb WORK OUT? work out Definition 1: exercise for fitness or performance Examples of WORK OUT in Sentences: 1. She goes to ...
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WRAP BACK UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of WRAP BACK UP wrap something back up Definition: cover or enclose with fabric or paper, again Examples: 1. Sam didn't want to look at all ...
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WRAP UP – Phrasal Verb

What is the meaning of WRAP UP wrap upwrap something upwrap up something Definition 1: cover or enclose something with fabric or paper, especially in order to give it as ...
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