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Miriam Karina Castillo López flashcard 9 pharasal verbs
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back out of
He brushed it back out of his eyes, intrigued enough to say: `Yes, once.
bear down on
These two things seemed to bear down on me with all the weight of a personal failure
Musicals sometimes bear up to this treatment, and may even benefit from it, because good singers cannot help but fill their voices to the brim.
break in on
Changing habits are also to blame, as Parisian office workers abandon their traditionally long lunch breaks in favour of a sandwich at their desks.
Through the wall, fifteen or so Kurds begin a heated argument, and then spontaneously break into rousing song.
Safe thing is to call for help on the radio, sit out here all night till somebody comes.
Who is caring for your son while you are at work?
carry on with
They carried on with their conversation.
catch up with
The police eventually caught up with him in Texas.
check up on
My parents are always checking up on me
He spoke for a long time but his meaning didn't really come acro
You say 'come along' to someone to encourage them to hurry up, usually when you are rather annoyed with them
Jobs are hard to come by these days.
come down with
Thomas came down with chickenpox at the weekend
come out with
Everyone who heard it just burst out laughing when he came out with it
come up with
Several of the members have come up with suggestions of their own. [VERB PARTICLE PARTICLE noun]
Einstein came up with the theory of relativity on a cycle ride
'I'm sure he'll help.' 'Don't count on it.
if something, especially food, disagrees with you, it has a bad effect on you and makes you feel ill/sick
do away with
The long-range goal must be to do away with nuclear weapons altogether
We can't do without the help of your organisation
drop in at/on
Whenever I'm up there I always drop in.
She spent most of the day dropping in on friends in Edinburgh
drop out of
What made you want to look up drop out of sight? Please tell us where you read or heard it
face up to
What made you want to look up face up to? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).
fall behind in
She soon fell behind in the leaders
fall back on
When the business failed, we had to fall back on our savings.
fall out with
Her baby teeth are starting to fall out.with my mother
fill in for
you want your free copy of the magazine, fill this form in.
get a head of
So you thought you'd get ahead of the program by showing up for a winter inspection in a T-shirt?
None of these countries has found a way yet to get around the problem.
get away with
Everyone thinks he's guilty of the robbery, but it looks like he's going to get away with it
get by with
He ordered the kidnappings because he thought he might get away with it.
get down to
But now negotiations really have to get down to specifics.
The salesman wants us to get in queue.
I get off one stop before yours.
Wave at the conductor to let him know you want to get on the tram
Get on with
They needed to know what had happened before they could try to get on with their lives.
get through with
This will enable you to get through with your daily tasks and you will also be able to cope with a demanding schedule.
go back on
I won't be the kind of president who goes back on a promise. I would never do that.
I don't really go for free jazz. It's a little too chaotic for me
go in for
My parents don't really go in for Japanese food.
go on with
How will the decade have equipped us better to go on with the challenge?
The health inspector went over each and every inch of the restaurant with a white glove
Say what you will, but navy blue doesn't go with black.
I guess we'll have to go without mustard, but there is ketchup.
If we hang around for a while, Dustin will turn up at some point.
I haven't heard from Vivian this week
Have you heard of a nightclub called "Passion"? It just opened.
Fernanda just wanted to have her drink in peace, but the guy at the bar wouldn't stop hitting on her
I held on to the rope and screamed for help.
hold out against
God grant that no one may hold out against a method of Grace so simple, so sure, so available!
We kept at it until all the weeding was done
keep up with
Ken is struggling to keep up with his coursework
Although my childhood house was blown away by a hurricane, its memory lives on in my heart.
live up to
However, there are a number of countries with well-established councils that live up to their role and have a real impact.
They also look after their children and domestic chores.
look back on
By now we can look back on more than 50 years of experience in the manufacture of concrete sleepers - and we are now developing further innovative track systems for the rail transport of tomorro
look down on
The young people and the others who look down on the Chamber today wonder what we talk about.
look forward to
I look forward to the next stage of the wider debate: this is not the last evening that we will be discussing this issue
look up to
Fans look up to the players on the hockey team.
make up for
Strenuous efforts have now been made to make up for lost time.
that in many cases it is difficult to accurately calculate the consumer pass-on rate and other types of consumer passon
Why did the last generation of terrorists choose to pick on Spain out of all the European countries?
put up with
Members should perhaps also commiserate with the British people, because we have to put up with Mr Farage on a daily basis.
read up on
Those who claim that current legislation is good enough, should read up on the accidents, especially accidents involving buses.
run against -
I think it would run against the grain of good business practice in every respect.
run away with
He remarks in one place that there is a danger that 'someone else may run away with the business'.
You can only save the results from one scheduling run for each material in the material master.
If we want to be sure that safe products are being marketed, we not only need to be informed about the risks: we also need to see about reducing those risks.
I see the sunrise from my bed.
That is why other forums - also having started with higher retention proposals - are tending to settle on 5% too.
Our products stand for quality and precision.
stand up for
We consistently stand up for human rights in small and weak countries, but we fail to do the same in the case of large and strong countries.
stand up to
The pupil stood up when the teacher called his name.
I stuck a label on the box to indicate its content.
stick up for
Then think of the unspeakable feelings we might possess if -when others were "talking down" to us and "putting us in our place" -- that kind person could be counted on to defend us and stick up for us as well!
Question: What is the next step I need to take after submitting my application online?
talk back to
With V.R., we not only talk back to our screens, we "enter" into them quite literally, like TRON, the prophetic movie about a programmer cruising into his program.
They laugh often and sometimes talk over each other.
Europe now has a story to tell on climate change.
Turning to the issues that we must touch on, I would like to make some very simple observations.
The caterpillar turned into a beautiful butterfly.
Problems with how long you have to wait on the phone, in the waiting room, or in the exam room.
wait up for
so don't you wait up for him
watch out fo
Here are some tips for what to watch out for and understand.
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