Phrasal verbs: do, draw, fall

the definitions are adapted from Macmillan Dictionary Online

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do away with
to get rid of something, abolish
do over
to do something again from the beginning, especially because you did it badly the first time
do up
to fasten something
do with
used for saying that you want or need something
do without
to succeed in living or working without someone or something
draw back
1) to move away from someone; 2) to pull something such as a curtain into an open position
draw out
to encourage someone to talk more by making them feel more relaxed and confident
draw up
to prepare and write something such as a document or plan
fall apart
1) to break because of being old or badly made; 2) to lose control of your emotions and become unable to deal with a difficult situation
fall back on
to use or do something else after other things have failed
fall behind
to move more slowly than other people so that you are behind them
fall for
1) to be very attracted to someone and to start to love them; 2) to believe that a trick or a joke is true
fall in
to collapse
fall in with
to accept or agree with someone else's ideas, way of behaving etc
fall through
to fail to happen