Phrasal Verbs with Pix
Terms in this set (92)
be a substitute
write all the required information onto a form
to become really scared, frightened or even angry
find the solution to a problem or question.
learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort.
stop liking and become hostile.(betray)
postpone indefinitely or cancell something that was scheduled
contribute to some cause
charge someone too much for something.
postpone, delay, hold back to a later time,.
put up with
to tolerate or accept an unpleasant situation or person without complaining.
extinguish, as of a candle, fire or a light.
put something in its appropriate place.
to distribute to a group of people.
An expression that tells someone to wait.
make up one's mind
subject to laughter or ridicule.
accept, come to terms with something that is second best.
get rid of
to throw away, eliminate.
leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.
get away with
to do something wrong or illegal without being punished.
get along with
have a good relationship with.
move away or escape suddenly.
come to an end
take from a person or place.
remove clothes or things.
run out of
to have no more of (something)
put on clothing to see if it fits
to lose consciousness.
to be very nice to someone because you want something
look forward to
want, wish, anticipate, to be eager for something to happen.
take care of, protect.
to investigate; to carefully examine a situation or event
look up to
feel admiration for.
put something in the garbage / trash, discard.
become something else, transform
arrange or order by classes or categories
persuade somebody to do something.
to spend time doing nothing imponant or behaving in a silly way, to play and have fun.
accompany a guest to your front door when they are leaving your house, office.
draw attention to.
to review something you used to know, but have now partly forgotten.
to be finished (an event or activity)
to stop working (machinery)
to end; to interrupt; to discontinue. _______ talks / negotiations / an engagement / a relationship / an agreement / etc.
to end; to separate (a marriage / a family / a relationship / etc.)
to become less excited and tense; to help someone (or a
difficult situation) to become less excited and tense.
to fulfill or perform (instructions / a duty / an order / a threat / a trial / etc.)
to become popular (an idea or a style)
to find or meet (something or someone) by chance
come up with
to think of; to produce (an idea / a plan / a suggestion / etc.)
to pay a short visit, often without warning
to withdraw from, or stop taking part in (a competition, a social roup, a school, a university, a job, etc.).
to fail to happen or be completed (plans, arrangements, schemes, etc.).
to recover from (an illness / a failure / a difficulty / a shock / etc.)
to finish; to complete (some work / a task / a book / etc.)
to stop resisting; to surrender
to stop trying to do something (often because it is too difficult).
to match or suit (something)
to wait (especially on the telephone)
to disappoint someone (often by breaking a promise or an agreement)
to take care of someone or something
to remember and think about the past.
look down on
to think that someone (or something) is inferior, low or worthless; to disapprove of (someone or something).
look forward to
to think with pleasure about a future event that you expect to enjoy.
to examine (someone or something) carefully and completely
to find (or try to find) something (e.g. a word in a dictionary)
look up to
to respect (someone); to admire (someone).
to die (usually a person)
to draw attention to something or someone
to delay doing something until a later date; to delay an event or arrangement until a later date.
to dress oneself
to encounter a person by chance
to use all of (something) and have no more left (coffee / sugar / money / patience / time / etc.)
to say goodbye to someone who is going on a journey at
the place (e.g. airport, station, etc.) where the journey
to start a journey
to talk louder
to represent or mean; to be a sign or short form of something else.
to look or be like an older relative
to record in writing (a statement / a telephone number / some
Information / etc.)
to assume responsibility for, or control of (something or a situation) from someone else.
to begin to study, practice, or do (a hobby / a sport / a job / etc.).
to speak very angrily to someone who has done something wrong
to consider (something) carefully [a problem / a proposal / a situation / etc.]
to test something (or someone) by using it
to refuse or reject (something or someone)
to disappear gradually
to use (something) until it becomes unfit for further use; to become unusable after excessive use.
to solve a problem by calculation or study; to produce a way of dealing with a problem or situation by thinking.