Study sets matching "english phrasal verbs"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "english phrasal verbs"

115 terms
English Phrasal Verbs
be off
be over
be taken aback
beat up
To be cancelled (an event/an arrangement, etc.);... usually used…
to be finished (an event or activity)
to be surprised and confused (stress the last word; used in t…
to hurt someone badly by hitting and punching.
be off
To be cancelled (an event/an arrangement, etc.);... usually used…
be over
to be finished (an event or activity)
17 terms
English phrasal verbs
check off
check in
Check up
Check over
When the teacher takes attendance
When you arrive at a hotel
When you go to the doctor
To double check
check off
When the teacher takes attendance
check in
When you arrive at a hotel
202 terms
English - Phrasal Verbs
ask someone out
ask around
add up to something
back something up
invite on a date ... Brian asked Judy out to dinner and a movie.
ask many people the same question ... I asked around but nobody…
equal ... Your purchases add up to $205.32.... Also: Your story doe…
reverse ... You'll have to back up your car so that I can get out.
ask someone out
invite on a date ... Brian asked Judy out to dinner and a movie.
ask around
ask many people the same question ... I asked around but nobody…
75 terms
English Phrasal Verbs
bring down
count on
get off
go down
derrubar
contar com
sair
descer
bring down
derrubar
count on
contar com
159 terms
Phrasal Verbs (English - Spanish)
Ask for
Break away
Break down
Break into
Pedir
Separarse
Averiarse, estropearse
Introducirse en, meterse en
Ask for
Pedir
Break away
Separarse
phrasal verbs in academic english
put forward
carry out
make up
be made up of
present
conduct
constitute
consist of
put forward
present
carry out
conduct
29 terms
Phrasal Verbs - Business English
come up
figure out
cut out
get around
develop, create
develop
eliminate
bypass
come up
develop, create
figure out
develop
Phrasal verbs - English definitions
give back
blow up
get over
run into
return an objet
explode
recover from sickness
meet by chance
give back
return an objet
blow up
explode
35 terms
English File Phrasal Verbs
look sth up
look for sth
fill sth in
be over
sprawdzić coś (e.g. in google, dictionary) wyszukać
szukać czegoś
wypełnić (np. dokument)
skończyć się
look sth up
sprawdzić coś (e.g. in google, dictionary) wyszukać
look for sth
szukać czegoś
english phrasal verbs 10
Talk back
Talk down
Talk down
Talk down to
Respond rudely to a person in authority.
Try to make something sound less important.
Persuade someone not to jump off a high place to kill themsel…
Talk in a way to show your superiority not communicate.
Talk back
Respond rudely to a person in authority.
Talk down
Try to make something sound less important.
english phrasal verbs 1
Abide by
Account for
Ache for
Act on
Accept or follow a decision or rule.
To explain.
Want something or someone a lot.
To take action because of something like information received.
Abide by
Accept or follow a decision or rule.
Account for
To explain.
english phrasal verbs 9
Sleep off
Sleep on
Sleep over
Sleep through
Sleep in order to recover from excess alcohol, drugs, etc..
Think about something.
Spend the night at someone else's house.
Not wake up.
Sleep off
Sleep in order to recover from excess alcohol, drugs, etc..
Sleep on
Think about something.
english phrasal verbs 6
Make towards
Make up
Make up
Make up
Head in the direction.
Stop being angry with someone.
Put on cosmetics.
Invent a story.
Make towards
Head in the direction.
Make up
Stop being angry with someone.
english phrasal verbs 5
Jack up
Jack up
Jam on
Jaw away
Raise a car to be able to do mechanical work.
Increase sharply.
Apply or operate something forcefully.
Talk just for the point of talking rather than having anythin…
Jack up
Raise a car to be able to do mechanical work.
Jack up
Increase sharply.
english phrasal verbs 7
Pick on
Pick out
Pick out
Pick through
Bother, annoy, criticize or make fun of someone.
Choose.
Identify from a picture.
Search something that is disordered for something.
Pick on
Bother, annoy, criticize or make fun of someone.
Pick out
Choose.
english phrasal verbs 4
Get about
Get about
Get about
Get about
Visit many places.
Become known.
Walk or visit places.
Have personal or sexual relationships with many people.
Get about
Visit many places.
Get about
Become known.
english phrasal verbs 8
Run in
Run into
Run into
Run off
Insert.
Cost.
Meet by accident.
Make photocopies.
Run in
Insert.
Run into
Cost.
english phrasal verbs 2
Boil down to
Boil over
Boil over
Boil up
Amount to.
When a hot liquid spills out of a container.
When people lose their tempers and things get nasty.
Feel a negative emotion strongly.
Boil down to
Amount to.
Boil over
When a hot liquid spills out of a container.
Popular Phrasal Verbs in English
be off
be over
be taken aback
beat up
To be cancelled (an event/an arrangement, etc.);... usually used…
to be finished (an event or activity)
to be surprised and confused (stress the last word; used in t…
to hurt someone badly by hitting and punching.
be off
To be cancelled (an event/an arrangement, etc.);... usually used…
be over
to be finished (an event or activity)
82 terms
English phrasal verbs
Fall back on
Fall out with
Feel up to
Get sth across
Use as a last resort
Quarrel with
Feel capable of doing
Be understood
Fall back on
Use as a last resort
Fall out with
Quarrel with
11 terms
Phrasal Verbs 2 - English
call on
call on (2)
get over
go over
ask to recite in class ... eg: The teacher called on students in…
visit ... eg: The old minister continued to call on his sick par…
recover from sickness or disappointment eg: I got over the fl…
review ... eg: The students went over the material before the ex…
call on
ask to recite in class ... eg: The teacher called on students in…
call on (2)
visit ... eg: The old minister continued to call on his sick par…
69 terms
Phrasal verbs - English definitions
give back
blow up
get over
run into
return an objet
explode
recover from sickness
meet by chance
give back
return an objet
blow up
explode
162 terms
English - Phrasal verbs 2
abide by
account for
act on
act up
Respect or obey (the law, a decision, a rule)
Explain; give a reason
Take action as a result of something
Cause pain or annoyance by functioning badly
abide by
Respect or obey (the law, a decision, a rule)
account for
Explain; give a reason
110 terms
English - Phrasal verbs
look at
look for
look after
look like
observe
try to find sth
take care of
to be similar to
look at
observe
look for
try to find sth
25 terms
Phrasal Verbs 1 English
run over
grow out of
break out in
break in
drive a vehicle over a person or thing;... 'Sorry! I've accident…
(non-separable); get too big for;... 'The baby needs a new pair…
(non-separable); suddenly develop a skin condition; ... 'I start…
(non-separable); use something that is new so that it becomes…
run over
drive a vehicle over a person or thing;... 'Sorry! I've accident…
grow out of
(non-separable); get too big for;... 'The baby needs a new pair…
38 terms
Phrasal Verbs 1 - English
blow up
bring up
bring up
call off
explode ... eg : The terrorists tried to blow up the railroad st…
mention a topic ... eg: My mother brought up that little matter…
raise children ... eg: It isn't easy to bring up children nowada…
cancel ... eg: They called off this afternoon's meeting
blow up
explode ... eg : The terrorists tried to blow up the railroad st…
bring up
mention a topic ... eg: My mother brought up that little matter…
38 terms
Phrasal Verbs 1 - English
blow up
bring up
bring up
call off
explode ... eg : The terrorists tried to blow up the railroad st…
mention a topic ... eg: My mother brought up that little matter…
raise children ... eg: It isn't easy to bring up children nowada…
cancel ... eg: They called off this afternoon's meeting
blow up
explode ... eg : The terrorists tried to blow up the railroad st…
bring up
mention a topic ... eg: My mother brought up that little matter…
250 terms
Phrasal Verbs All Sets English
run over
grow out of
break out in
break in
drive a vehicle over a person or thing;... 'Sorry! I've accident…
(non-separable); get too big for;... 'The baby needs a new pair…
(non-separable); suddenly develop a skin condition; ... 'I start…
(non-separable); use something that is new so that it becomes…
run over
drive a vehicle over a person or thing;... 'Sorry! I've accident…
grow out of
(non-separable); get too big for;... 'The baby needs a new pair…
English Phrasal Verbs
be off
be over
be taken aback
beat up
To be cancelled (an event/an arrangement, etc.);... usually used…
to be finished (an event or activity)
to be surprised and confused (stress the last word; used in t…
to hurt someone badly by hitting and punching.
be off
To be cancelled (an event/an arrangement, etc.);... usually used…
be over
to be finished (an event or activity)
14 terms
English 4 Phrasal verbs
get
go
move
write
along
away
away
back
get
along
go
away
English Phrasal verbs
cut down on
catch up with
come up against
come up with
reduce the amount of... I've decided to cut down on smoking
reach the same place as... They are too far ahead for us to catc…
meet, find... I'm afraid we've come up against a problem we can'…
think of... have you come up with an answer yet?
cut down on
reduce the amount of... I've decided to cut down on smoking
catch up with
reach the same place as... They are too far ahead for us to catc…
English 4/ Phrasal Verbs
do up
do something over (again)
drop by/in
drop out
fasten (clothes), decorate (a room, a building).
repeat something
visit a place/person
leave before the end (school, college)
do up
fasten (clothes), decorate (a room, a building).
do something over (again)
repeat something
202 terms
English - Phrasal Verbs
ask someone out
ask around
add up to something
back something up
invite on a date ... Brian asked Judy out to dinner and a movie.
ask many people the same question ... I asked around but nobody…
equal ... Your purchases add up to $205.32.... Also: Your story doe…
reverse ... You'll have to back up your car so that I can get out.
ask someone out
invite on a date ... Brian asked Judy out to dinner and a movie.
ask around
ask many people the same question ... I asked around but nobody…
English File Phrasal verbs
give up
give away
throw away
set up
give up
give away
57 terms
english phrasal verbs
add up to something
break something down
bring someone up
call off
equal
divide into smaller parts
raise a child
cancel
add up to something
equal
break something down
divide into smaller parts
22 terms
phrasal verbs
buy into
catch on
die out
find out
This means that you completely believe what someone is tellin…
This is one someone suddenly understands something.... Example:…
When something doesn't exist anymore because it all of it has…
To know something new... I hope I find out my grade on the gramm…
buy into
This means that you completely believe what someone is tellin…
catch on
This is one someone suddenly understands something.... Example:…
25 terms
Phrasal Verbs 1 English
run over
grow out of
break out in
break in
drive a vehicle over a person or thing;... 'Sorry! I've accident…
(non-separable); get too big for;... 'The baby needs a new pair…
(non-separable); suddenly develop a skin condition; ... 'I start…
(non-separable); use something that is new so that it becomes…
run over
drive a vehicle over a person or thing;... 'Sorry! I've accident…
grow out of
(non-separable); get too big for;... 'The baby needs a new pair…
46 terms
Business English Phrasal Verbs
to go through the passport control
to go through a proposal
to deal with something
to fill in a form
пройти паспортный контроль
объяснить предложение, обсудить его
иметь дело с чем-то
заполнить форму, заявление
to go through the passport control
пройти паспортный контроль
to go through a proposal
объяснить предложение, обсудить его
Phrasal Verbs 1 English
run over
grow out of
break out in
break in
drive a vehicle over a person or thing;... 'Sorry! I've accident…
(non-separable); get too big for;... 'The baby needs a new pair…
(non-separable); suddenly develop a skin condition; ... 'I start…
(non-separable); use something that is new so that it becomes…
run over
drive a vehicle over a person or thing;... 'Sorry! I've accident…
grow out of
(non-separable); get too big for;... 'The baby needs a new pair…
208 terms
Phrasal Verb
ask somebody out
ask around
add up to something
back something up
invite on a date
ask many people the same question
equal
reverse
ask somebody out
invite on a date
ask around
ask many people the same question
43 terms
phrasal verbs
call up
check out/check over
clean up
do over/do again
to make a phone call
to investigate
to clean
to repeat
call up
to make a phone call
check out/check over
to investigate
Phrasal verbs (English->Italian)
Come up with
Give up
Look after
Look forward to
Farsi venire in mente, inventarsi... "We finally came up with a…
Arrendersi, smettere di... "He gave up smoking on January 1st."…
Badare a, prendersi cura di... "The nurse looked after the patie…
Non vedere l'ora di, essere impaziente... "William is really loo…
Come up with
Farsi venire in mente, inventarsi... "We finally came up with a…
Give up
Arrendersi, smettere di... "He gave up smoking on January 1st."…
69 terms
Phrasal verbs - English definitions
give back
blow up
get over
run into
return an object
explode
recover from sickness
meet by chance
give back
return an object
blow up
explode
15 terms
English phrasal verbs
posar més alt (el volum)
abaixar (el volum)
marxar
posar-se roba
turn up
turn down
go away
put on
posar més alt (el volum)
turn up
abaixar (el volum)
turn down
340 terms
Phrasal Verbs (sherton english)
get
go about
set about
stand about
about (a) divulgarse, correr un rumor (b) caminar, moverse, v…
(a) comenzar a hacer algo (b) correr un rumor (c) pasar el ti…
empezar, atacar, agredir
esperar, deambular (como stand around)
get
about (a) divulgarse, correr un rumor (b) caminar, moverse, v…
go about
(a) comenzar a hacer algo (b) correr un rumor (c) pasar el ti…
25 terms
Phrasal Verbs 03 English
keep from
call on
get along
hold on
not tell; 'We tried to ______ our relationship secret _____ o…
(non-separable); ask for an answer, opinion or favor; 'The pr…
(non-separable); like each other; 'I was surprised how well m…
(non-separable); wait a short time; 'Please _______ _____ whi…
keep from
not tell; 'We tried to ______ our relationship secret _____ o…
call on
(non-separable); ask for an answer, opinion or favor; 'The pr…
25 terms
Phrasal Verbs 06 English
bring out
catch up
cross out
cut in
to cause someone to behave in a particular way; 'Difficult si…
(non-separable); get to the same point as someone else; 'You'…
draw a line through; 'Please _______ _____ your old address a…
(non-separable); pull in too closely in front of another vehi…
bring out
to cause someone to behave in a particular way; 'Difficult si…
catch up
(non-separable); get to the same point as someone else; 'You'…
25 terms
Phrasal Verbs 08 English
come across
come forward
do over
drop out
(non-separable); find unexpectedly; 'I happened to______ ____…
(non-separable); volunteer for a task, or to give evidence; '…
do again; 'My teacher wants me to _______ my essay _____ beca…
(non-separable); quit a class, school etc; 'I will _______ __…
come across
(non-separable); find unexpectedly; 'I happened to______ ____…
come forward
(non-separable); volunteer for a task, or to give evidence; '…
25 terms
Phrasal Verbs 09 English
fool around
bring about
carry on
carry out
(non-separable); to play instead of behaving properly; 'The t…
to cause to happen; 'The new president will try to _______ __…
(non-separable); to continue doing something; 'Even when your…
to do something as planned; 'I need more time to ______ _____…
fool around
(non-separable); to play instead of behaving properly; 'The t…
bring about
to cause to happen; 'The new president will try to _______ __…
English - Phrasal verbs
add in
add to
add up
add up to
insert
increase
total (numbers)
means
add in
insert
add to
increase
1 of 10