Phrasal Verbs with pictures

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fill ina form/a questionnaire etc. to complete (a form).find outto make an effort to discover or get to know (something). the truth / a secret / an address / the time /get away withto do something wrong or illegal without being punished (usually without even being discovered or caught).get overto recover from (something) an illness / a failure / a difficulty / a shock etc.give upto stop doing or having (something).(of an habitual activity, smoking / drinking / a job etc.)go forto attack. a person, an animal.grow upto develop from a child into an adult.hold onto wait (especially on the telephone).look afterto take care of someone or somethinglook forto try to find (something or someone), often a thing or person that is lost.look forward toto think with pleasure about a future event that you expect to enjoy.look upto find (or try to find) something (e.g. a telephone number) in a book (e.g. a telephone directory).make up forto compensate for. mistake / doing or not doing something etc.pass awayto die.(usually of a person)pass outto lose consciousness.pick upto give someone a ride in a vehicle; to collect someone or something (sometimes in a vehicle).point outto draw attention to something or intoto meet by outto use all of (something) and have no more left. of coffee / sugar / money / patience / time etc.see offto say goodbye to someone who is going on a journey at the place (e.g. airport, station etc.) where the journey begins.speak upto speak louder. often used in the imperativetake afterto look or be like an older relative.take offto rise from the ground.(of an aeroplane)think overto consider (something) carefully. a problem / a proposal / a situation etc.try onto put on an article of clothing to see if it fits and how it looks. a hat / a new pair of shoes / a dress etc.