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IELTS - Phrasal Verbs
Terms in this set (15)
to have an argument with somebody so that you are no longer friendly with them
face up to
to accept and deal with something that is difficult or unpleasant
to become gradually less strong, loud, noticeable, etc.
E.g.: When the applause had ___, she began her speech.
drop out of
E.g.: He has ___ active politics.
to give teachers sth
keep up with
to rise at the same speed as
leave sb/sth out
to not include or mention somebody/something in something
E.g.: ___ me ___ of this quarrel, please.
to fail to keep level with somebody/something
E.g.: She soon ___ the leaders.
to stop eating
E.g.: I've been advised to ___ sugar ___ of my diet.
to become controlled by another org.
E.g.: CBS Records was ___ by Sony.
make do with sth
to manage with something that is not really good enough
E.g.: We were in a hurry so we had to___ a quick snack.
to suggest or state the case for sth
E.g.: He has ___ for a place on the national executive.
look back on
to think about sth that happened in the past
E.g.: When I ___ my childhood, I remember the manay sacrifices my parents made for me.
to calculate sth
to gradually disappear or stop
E.g.: The effects of the drug will soon ___.
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