Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb
(to) REAR END
rear end someone
a vehicle hits another vehicle from behind
1. The other day after work, the roads were icy. I stopped for a red light, and the person behind me rear ended me.
2. The driver in front of me stopped suddenly for a pedestrian to cross the road, and I rear ended him.
|present –||REAR END|
|present participle –||X|
|past –||REAR ENDED|
|past participle –||REAR ENDED|