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50 Phrasal Verbs, Definition and Example Sentences Here are 50 phrasal verbs, definition and example sentences; Table of Contents Catch outCatch up on (sth)Catch (sb) up on (sth)Catch onCatch up (sb)Catch up in (sth)Clear awayClear out (of)Carry outCarry on withGet onDrop offSet offStop overGet awayHang aroundHang onHang outHang overKeep fromKeep inKeep awayMake afterMake upMake outMake up forMake intoRead backRead up on sthRead overRead throughLook aheadLook forward toLook inTake overTake ...
30 Common Phrasal Verbs, Definition and Example Sentences Table of Contents Clear sb offClear upCheck offKnock offKnock backKnock upCheck inTouch downHold upSet offStop overGet awayKeep fromKeep inKeep offKeep awayMake afterMake upMake outMake up forRead backRead up on sthRead overRead throughLook aheadLook afterLook roundLook onLook forward toLook inTake overTake awayTake inTake downCut backCut inCut intoCut acrossCut throughCut upCut outLet inLet into Clear sb off Meaning: to make sb go away
English Phrasal Verbs – DRESS, Definitions and Example Sentences Dress sb up to give sb special clothes to wear Her mother loves to dress her up. Dress sb down to scold The manager dressed them down in front of the whole school. 100 Most Common Phrasal Verbs List with Meaning Dress sth up to make sth look better, more attactive,etc. The jeweler dressed his gold up. Dress down to wear informal clothes In this office, employees always dress down on fridays. Dress up to put on formal clothes
English Phrasal Verbs – TAKE, Definitions and Example Sentences Table of Contents Talk aboutTalk outTalk backTalk aroundTalk sb into sthTalk awayTalk down to sbTalk upTalk at sbTalk over Talk about Meaning; to discuss Example; You know what They’re talking about. 100 Most Common Phrasal Verbs List with Meaning Talk out Meaning; to discuss the detail of sth Example Sentence; We should talk out our problems. Talk back Meaning; to answer boldly Example Sentence; Don’t talk back to your mother
Common Phrasal Verbs, Definition and Example Sentences Table of Contents Phrasal Verbs – CUTPhrasal Verbs – GETPhrasal Verbs – LETPhrasal Verbs – PUTPhrasal Verbs – RUNPhrasal Verbs – SETPhrasal Verbs – TAKE Phrasal Verbs – CUT Cut back to reduce The Government will cut back on defence spending. Cut in to interrupt When you cut in on our conversation, we were talking. Cut into to shortening into parts or to make sth smaller Knives easily cut into the cake. Cut across to make a shorter ...