The computerised system CAME INTO USE at the end of last year. When Zeke found out they were coming for him he LIT OUT for the border. They GANGED UP AGAINST me because I wouldn't accept their ideas. She EASED OFF the accelerator to let the car slow down. He TORE the fax UP and threw the bits of paper in the bin. The boat was leaking so they had to BAIL it OUT. He is TIED IN somehow with the crime syndicate. Accompany a guest to your front door when they are leaving your house. The talks between management and the unions BROKE DOWN acrimoniously. The price of petrol has GONE UP sharply because of the increase in duty in the Government's budget. My line was all SNARLED UP after I caught that last fish. Learn more in the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary. List of 150+ Powerful Phrasal Verbs in English! Prepare a hot meal. Give a student a lower grade for a particular reason. He tried to FIGHT BACK the tears when he heard the news of her death. Work STACKED UP while I was away on holiday. Everyone thinks that the prime minister should STEP ASIDE so that someone new can lead the party into the election. He TAPPED OFF WITH someone at the party on Saturday. I said it would be a positive step, but she wouldn't HEAR OF it. The prime minister refused to ROW BACK and lost the vote. He won't understand you unless you SPELL everything OUT for him. Beat rivals or competitors by a large margin. The musketeer RAN his enemy THROUGH with a sword and killed him. He FLUFFED UP the pillow before going to bed. Make something like money last as long as possible. We HIT IT OFF immediately and became firm friends. A hitman STRUCK him DOWN as he entered the building. I don't GO IN FOR the claims being made about blogging. She thought he had always been faithful to her, but he had been CHEATING ON her ever since their wedding day (with one of the bridesmaids). Have a supply of something in a particular place. He is always SUCKING UP to try to get the boss's approval. phrasal-verb. The administration want to DRAW DOWN troop numbers as soon as they can. We had to BUDGE UP to let the fourth person in the back of the car. He was checked so hard he COUGHED UP the puck in front of his own goal. He SOUNDED OFF about the quality of the food. You should ALLOW FOR delays when planning a journey. The new project has BALLED me UP- I have no idea what to do. Give something, usually when you shouldn't. He just PLAYS AT being a lawyer- he never wins a case. desk = work table8. She STOOD OUT from the crowd in selection and was offered the job. Phrasal Verbs with BE. idiom. Dry plates, dishes, cutlery, etc, after washing them up. Put a document in the correct place for storage in a filing system. Give ownership or responsibility to someone. run + into = meet He ran away when he was 15. run + away = leave home. Phrasal verbs are commonly used by native speakers in everyday conversation so it’s important to learn them if you want to sound more natural in English. The child is playing. Become covered with ice (lake, river, pond, etc). It WENT DOWN as the worst day in the history of the company. Use this list when you don't understand what the phrasal verbs means. They GREYED OUT the print button to stop people using it. Visit a lot of different places for pleasure. PHRASAL VERBS (Enterprise 4, Units 1-7) Author Евлашев Иван Юрьевич Last modified by Евлашев Иван Юрьевич Created Date 5/7/2013 5:39:00 PM Company Inc. Other titles PHRASAL VERBS (Enterprise 4, Units 1-7) She CHECKED OFF the candidates' names as they arrived. She was arrested in customs last night and has been CHARGED WITH smuggling. He didn't come because he was stuck at work and couldn't GET AWAY. We JACKED the car UP and changed the tyre. to leave. The food wasn't very nice, so I PECKED AT it to look polite. The skies CLEARED UP and the sun came out. It's impossible to GET ACROSS the road with all this traffic. Inspector = a high ranking police officer7. Confront someone or prepare to fight them. It may seem difficult at first, but you will GROW INTO the job. The children made me angry because they were LARKING ABOUT. The project's MOVING ALONG and everything should be ready on time. They just SAT AROUND while the others did all the work. Have you thought about GOING IN FOR teaching? A feeling of distrust of them GREW ON me. Form a separate company from part of an existing one. Behave in a way so as to attract attention. Tick, cross out or otherwise mark something to show that it has been dealt with. Let hair, etc, with dyes, perms grow to get rid of the style. Cause something, usually unpleasant, to happen. The details have STUCK WITH me ever since. I was bored so I SAGGED OFF work early and went home. Lose enthusiasm and energy to continue in a demanding job. We used to PAL ABOUT when we were at school. Place a golf ball on a short plastic or wooden stick before hitting it at the start of a hole.. She TEED OFF ON me about the work I gave her. Nobody was at home when I WENT BY yesterday. We were having a conversation when he came up and CUT IN. Give someone a letter to be away from work. Expel something from your lungs or throat by coughing. Dispose, get rid of, ignore because you no longer like something or someone. Say something loudly, often to attract someone's attention. We had to BED DOWN on the floor for the night. I HELD ON TO my luggage while I was waiting fr the taxi so that it didn't get stolen. I was late twice last week and my boss keeps HARPING ON about it. The teacher was angry because the class were FOOLING AROUND. Be recognised as important, worthwhile or valuable. I BEDDED the plants OUT when the weather warmed up. (Often passive). They SET UPON her when she was in the car park. The boss tried to WHIP UP some support for her new policies. The book only GOES UP TO the start of the Second World War. The day started cloudy but BRIGHTENED UP in the afternoon. I CRASHED OUT in front of the TV last night. Send quickly, angrily or many (letter, emails, etc). Talk at length without getting to the point. They MADE OFF when they heard the police siren. Wait for something better or refuse something now for something better in the future. He's always GETTING ON AT me when I haven't done anything wrong. The boat KEELED OVER in the storm and the crew drowned. Don't GIVE WAY TO your worst fears about this. My study DOUBLES AS a spare bedroom when we have visitors. Make someone so frightened that he or she away. He grabbed a gun and BLEW the police officer AWAY. The burglars BASHED the door IN to enter the house. Teach someone the specific skills they will need to carry out a job or task. Everyone else realised what was happening, but it took Henry ages to CATCH ON. He LANDED ME WITH the job of proofreading the whole thing. He CALLED the speaker ON several mis-statements of fact. Cover or encircle with part of your body. If you SHOP AROUND, you can find some real bargains for air tickets. List of commonly used phrasal verbs with PUT in English:. When the police blocked the road, a few protesters PEELED OFF and left the march. We’d better CUT OUT, the security men are on the way. Try to persuade someone to give your work, business, a job, etc. He's so unreliable that he can never HOLD DOWN a job for more than a couple of months. If they win, they'll GET THROUGH TO the quarter finals. I can't NAIL DOWN what's wrong with their idea, but I'm sure it won't work. I'm always having to STRAIGHTEN OUT the wires connected to my computer. Apply for something legally, like divorce or bankruptcy. They COUNTED the students OFF as they arrived. He FELL FOR my story and allowed me yet another extension for the submission of my thesis. HANG ABOUT! The minister announced her intention to STAND DOWN at the next election. Do something without making much effort or trying to improve. Reminisce with an old friend after not seeing them for a while. Get information about or inspect something to see if it's satisfactory. I must be GETTING ON; I have other things to do this evening. He spent the whole night CHATTING her UP. Trust or depend on for correct information. He's been PINING AWAY since his wife died and is a shadow of his former self. Their FIGHTING IT OUT to see who will become the next CEO. Try to make something sound less important. I BULKED the essay OUT with a few quotes to reach the number of word required. The football striker was SENT OFF for arguing with the referee's decision. I GOT three emails OFF before the meeting. She POLISHES OFF half a bottle of gin every night. Become inaudible over the telephone because of interference. They FILED FOR divorce after two years of marriage. Because I left the company, I LOST OUT ON my bonus. At one stage it looked as if she was going to die, but she PULLED THROUGH in the end. Stay somewhere after other people have left. Convince something that something is real. The university has a residential halls where students can LIVE IN. I was going to write my essay, but I POOPED OUT and went to bed instead. Be unaware of the presence of something and either enter it (a trap) or bump into it (an obstruction). The fight KICKED OFF when he insulted the guy's girlfriend. After cutting the tree down, the logger CUT it UP into logs. The shop SHUT DOWN when the out-of-town supermarket opened. Put someone in prison or a mental hospital for a very long time. I told them to LIGHTEN UP but they continued complaining about it. Give an advantage to your opponent in a sport by making a mistake, playing badly, etc. I couldn't GET a word IN throughout the meeting. (British). When we rent a holiday cottage in Cornwall, we can't PICK UP Channel 5. Everything BLACKED OUT when the power supply failed. I must watch my speed until I BREAK IN my new Volvo. A job opportunity like that is not to be SNIFFED AT. He PUT OUT his cigarette before entering the building. I WAS very TAKEN WITH the performance- it was superb. It'll be tricky, but we will find a way to GET AROUND the regulations. In this lesson, we will learn about the most common phrasal verbs (phrasal verbs with get, phrasal verbs with … Measure a certain amount of something by weight. The estate agent SHOWED us AROUND the house but we didn't like it much. The government is increasing its powers but is SLOUGHING OFF responsibility for its failures. The holiday CLEANED me OUT- I'm broke till the end of the month. The police WHISKED the minister AWAY when the trouble started. Have a sexual relationship outside marriage or a permanent relationship. The police thought that a big crime was GOING DOWN that night. She's SAT ON the finance committee from the beginning. Choose to be a member or part of something. Stop someone doing something unwillingly. Starting work has STRAIGHTENED him OUT and calmed him down. They CARRIED the reforms THROUGH despite the opposition. The concert had to be CALLED OFF because the singer went down with a bad case of flu. I'm just POPPING OUT to the shops. Write something short like a phone number for future reference.. She NOTED DOWN my fax number so that she could send me the documents when she got to the office. His supervisor told him to WISE UP and start following the rules or else he'd lose his job. She's been COASTING ALONG all year and hasn't made a lot of progress. Trevor spent a long time looking at flats before he bought one, but eventually DECIDED ON one near his work. She WENT OVER TO Islam when she was living in the Middle East. My mother used to GET DOWN ON us for not doing enough homework. Jennie BURNT OUT after ten years working as a futures broker and went to live in the country. idiom. Obstruct an exit to prevent people from leaving. They GAVE IN their complaint to the court. Their auntie LOOKED AFTER them while their mother was in hospital. I MARKED them DOWN AS conservatives, but they're very liberal. You had better BUCK your ideas UP, or you'll fail the course. Be accepted as something, usually when not. I don't like the look of the people arriving- let's BOOK OUT. They are trying to ROOT OUT the troublemakers. I TIPPED my coffee OVER and ruined my keyboard. They HIT the sponsors FOR a lot of money. Start working (electric/electronic equipment). give out verb –1. Put something in a liquid for a short time. She FREAKED OUT completely when she didn't get the grades to get into university. The band STRUCK UP and everyone turned to listen. A hacker got my credit card details from my computer and CASHED OUT a lot of money. That shows that your interest is not in helping the student, but in JAWING AWAY. They LAID ON a buffet lunch at the conference. Drive in front of another vehicle without warning. After the accident, they PATCHED her UP and sent her to hospital. He disliked the plan and WEIGHED IN with some heavy criticism. Work's getting on top of me; I need to GET AWAY FROM it. Benefit or make money on something, especially if done unfairly. We've had to EAT INTO our savings since I lost my job. The crowd just LOOKED ON as the old lady was mugged. Nowadays, most hospitals have a policy of ROOMING IN mothers and their babies. The police have ZEROED IN ON the man they believe to be responsible for the murder. The government has started a campaign to STAMP OUT drugs in schools. Persuade someone not to jump off a high place to kill themselves. They were two-nil down until five minutes before the end, when they PULLED BACK a goal. I SIGNED OUT OF MSN Messenger and shut the computer down. The police couldn't FIGURE OUT how the burglars had got into the warehouse. Leave home because of problems with other family members or to elope. Phrasal verbs - Achilles' heel of almost everyone who studies English. Perform or act in an excessive way to attract attention or amuse people. I saw the accident but just WALKED ON as I didn't want to have to give a statement. The company ROLLED OUT its takeover plans last week. The seedlings DAMP OFF in the spring if it's very wet. I TRIPPED UP in the interview when they asked me about what I could offer the company. The bank robbers BURNED UP the roads but were soon captured. The improvements in technology have BROUGHT the prices of computers DOWN considerably in recent months. Account for. I WAS TAKEN ABACK when I saw him because he's lost all his hair. I'll GET BACK AT her for landing me in trouble. Pretend something (an injury, news, etc.) The police officer told the drunks to stop MONKEYING AROUND and go home quietly. They started JABBERING AWAY about file systems and lost me completely. The investigators have no clues to GO ON. Measure something and mark the point where it ends or will be cut. Deceive or betray, often in a sexual and/or emotional context. Enter in a dramatic or attention-seeking manner. It was the lobster that BROUGHT me OUT in this rash all over my body. She GOT IT OFF WITH her friend's husband. A man was threatening to jump off the building but the police TALKED him DOWN. The red wine I spilt just will not COME OUT of the carpet no matter what I try to clean it with. He FASTENED ONTO the minister on his visit and asked him repeatedly about the scandal. WE took a taxi from the airport to the hotel and BOOKED IN. The emergency services were STANDING BY waiting for the plane to land. They HANG ABOUT the station most of the day. Kill or capture the last few enemy soldiers after a victory.. After the battle, it took them a couple of weeks to MOP UP the remaining rebels. She HIT ON him at the party and they went back to her house. The gecko FEEDS OFF mosquitoes and other insects. A feeling of distrust of them GREW UPON me. Close a shop, branch or business permanently. It's been a dreadful week. (In American English 'around' is used). Doctors have been DISHING OUT viagra to anyone who asks for it. I must BAIL my drunken brother OUT OF jail. We were told to BUCKLE UP before take-off. They had to PUT IN a whole new central heating system because the house was so cold. Get someone to accept something that isn't true. We didn't know what to expect and just MUDDLED THROUGH. He had his dog PUT DOWN because it was in a lot of pain from its tumours. My companions left me behind. I CHOPPED UP the vegetables for the soup. To continue something for longer than planned. A longer working week was TRADED OFF for a pay rise. Drive into a neighbouring lane, directly in front of another vehicle. The path GIVES OUT halfway around the lake. Pass a law, regulation, etc, without considering or debating it seriously. I BASHED the essay OUT the night before I had to hand it in. Retract or withdraw your position or proposal in an argument. He FLEW AT them for not trying hard enough. Make something appear more important or significant than it really is. We SPRUCED the flat UP before we put it on the market. E.g. Sit or stand upright because someone has surprised you. The gang SET ABOUT her as she left the bank. I was HELD UP by the terrible traffic and arrived half an hour late for my appointment. Prevent something moving forwards or progressing. Nowadays, you need IT skills if you want to GET AHEAD. The dog GOT OUT because I left the door open. The minicab RAN him DOWN on the zebra crossing. Experience an emotion or feeling, start to cry. Correct someone when they say something wrong. I RANG ROUND to see if anyone knew where she'd gone. Come or flow out of a box, container, etc. As he watched, the hyenas began to MOVE IN ON the hapless wildebeest. Sit and do nothing, especially when you should be working. In the negative, this can mean that someone refuse to accept, allow or acknowledge something. The silver candlestick looked lovely after I BUFFED it UP. He POINTED OUT that I only had two weeks to get the whole thing finished. He's late, but I'll STICK AROUND for another few minutes before I leave. The shooters BLAZED AWAY at the pheasants. It took her ages to SUSS OUT what was going on. A fight broke out in the pub and it was hard to PULL the people involved APART. Know of something or someone's existence. A way of expressing disbelief, or telling someone that they're wrong or have an incorrect opinion. The police officer FLAGGED the car DOWN because it didn't have its headlights on. The teacher DRILLED the rules INTO the students. She DOUBLED OVER in pain after being hit in the stomach. I couldn't think of much to write, so I PADDED the essay OUT with a few lengthy quotes. The government is CARRYING OUT test on growing genetically modified crops. They PATCHED TOGETHER a coalition after the election. Be out late, especially when you are expected home. They need to SQUARE UP TO what they did wrong if we are to make any progress. She WRAPPED a scarf AROUND her head because it was so cold. The private schools CREAM OFF many of the best pupils. For example:… I've been LOOKING FOR all their hidden files, but I can't find them anywhere. Let’s SLEEP IN tomorrow morning- we won’t have another chance for weeks. I couldn't GET OVER how much weight he had put on. Make the qualities of another thing more apparent. He's been HITTING UP ON heroin for years. Affect mentally in such a way as to change behaviour (possibly related to 'overcome'). We've GIVEN the premises OVER to the new company. I had to KICK ten percent BACK to the government official to get the contract. Waste time doing silly things, or unsuccessful things. He CAME ACROSS as shy because he spoke so quietly. Register on arriving at a hotel or at the airport. Act out: Perform something with actions and gestures.. There's no coffee, so we'll have to MAKE DO WITH tea. The medicine only ACTS ON infected tissue. He was BAILED UP by a couple of muggers as he came out of the bank. She went to the bathroom to MAKE her face UP. Cut the electricity to a computer or device to turn it off. He SHOT AWAY as soon as the bell rang for the end of the lesson. Give people harsh punishments or treatment. Find out, discover- usually information, secrets, etc. When large numbers of people leave a place at the same time. A cat came into the back garden but the dog soon SAW it OFF. Dave tried to SNEAK UP ON the guard, but was seen anyway. I have always HANKERED FOR a soft-top car. The candle WENT OUT and left us in darkness. Stop working because the parts of a machine won't move. I really must CLEAN the study OUT; there's stuff all over the floor and piles of paper everywhere. The army were TIED DOWN with the rebellion and couldn't help. She is always MESSING me AROUND and never does what she promises. Pay someone to stop them causing trouble. Feel more confident or optimistic about something. Make reasonable progress without any serious problems. Repeat something over a period of time to make someone remember it. He CAST ROUND FOR any sign of his things. I was really PUT OFF by the way he eats with his mouth open. Two armed men HELD UP the bank in High Street this morning and got away with £75,000. phrasal-verb. She GROUND the beans UP and made some coffee. On Saturday mornings, I POTTER ABOUT the garden if the weather's fine. What do you think she's GETTING AT? Settle up and pay before leaving a hotel. Criticise, when you can't take criticism in return. He WRAPPED the cloth ROUND his fingers to keep warm. She LOCKED UP after everyone had left and went home. The family KICKED the au pair OUT when they found out that she was planning to move to work for another household. Close a workplace to stop workers entering. Take something to the limit, reach a limit. I FILLED IN the application form and posted it off. They GANGED UP ON him because of the way he spoke. Punish someone after they have been doing something wrong for a long time. I PEGGED the washing OUT after it stopped raining. Emit pollution or something else unpleasant. I CHUCKED AWAY all my old records years ago when CDs came out. The company's profits ARE UP by fifteen percent. Try to get some information or to get someone to say something. When something negative starts to have an effect. I SENT OFF FOR some jeans that I liked in the catalogue. This differs from the 'collect a thing' meaning - as that means 'collect and bring back' whereas this means either (i) 'collect and drop off on your way' or (ii) 'collect and bring to the same destination'.. i) Can you PICK me UP and take me to The George when you go to the party?ii) Can you PICK UP some friends of mine on your way to the party? Look around for the best price, quality, etc.. He decided to GIVE his new album AWAY in a magazine. Follow someone closely, normally when they don't want your company. The tax authorities CAUGHT UP WITH me for not submitting my tax returns. She's CARVED OUT a career in photojournalism. He was causing a lot of trouble, so they SHIPPED him OFF to another branch. We stopped to FUEL UP before the car ran out. Be connected to a time, place, belief, thing, etc. in (the) light of In consideration of; in relationship to. Finish a drink quickly, drink a lot of alcohol. He SHRUGGED OFF the criticism and carried on the same way. Be sure to TUNE IN next week for the next episode. Follow a belief system to guide your behaviour. I ROOTED AROUND my flat trying to find the letter. emit translations: emitować, wydawać. They were MAKING OUT at the party last night. The troops HUNKERED DOWN in the building. We need to GET OFF early to avoid the rush hour traffic. They CLOSE UP the building after everyone has left. I did no revision and only just SCRAPED THROUGH the final exams. We get the contract STITCHED UP this week. Talk about a problem or issue without really dealing with it. Although he'd promised to help, the star CUT OUT ON the charity when offered more money. Whenever things go wrong, he always shouts and TAKES IT OUT ON me, even if I had nothing to do with the problem. Plan things to fit or suit people or situations. Didn't it OCCUR TO you to help me when you saw how much trouble I was in? Take business, support or votes from someone. Try to minimise the importance of something. I've asked him to set a date, but he's a hard man to PIN DOWN and won't give a definite answer. Watch or listen to a TV or radio programme. The driver told the passengers to HANG ON as the bus pulled off. The Appeal Court STRUCK DOWN the lower court's ruling. I will SWING BY this afternoon and pick you up. Have no more of something left because it has been bought. As we were in the area, we CALLED ON my sister-in-law. The sun WAS really BEATING DOWN and we couldn't stay outdoors. He started well, but I CAUGHT him UP on the third lap. I don't know how things will PAN OUT now the company's been taken over. The police didn't FOLLOW UP the allegations. Statistics BEAR OUT the government's positions on the issue. Danny closed the programs and LOGGED OUT when it was time to go home. My boss was out for the day, so I SIGNED her letters FOR her. My computer’s ACTING UP; I think I might have a virus. An imperative used to attract people to a public event. The police got them to LINE UP against the wall. Grip a handle farther from the end for better control. Sleep in order to recover from excess alcohol, drugs, etc.. She went to bed TO SLEEP OFF the effects of the tequila. The government's dishonesty has GNAWED AT people's trust in politicians. The money WENT TOWARDS my university fees. I MARKED OFF the items on the list as I finished them. I SENT my food BACK because it was overcooked. We've RUN OUT OF sugar; I'm going to the shops for some. We went out for diner and FINISHED UP in a club. LEVEL TESTS – English Level Tests A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Multiple Choice Questions for Beginner, Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate, Advanced Levels GRAMMAR TESTS – Online English Grammar Tests with Answers for Free – English Grammar Tests Beginner, Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate, Advanced Level Make something more secure or function better. Take someone into an office or other room. Thousand TURNED OUT for the demonstration. She WIRED her new stereo system UP as soon as she got home. Remove something from where it is kept or hidden. Leave somewhere without letting others know. Cheat someone or make them look guilty when they aren't. 97. Exchange something for money, collect winnings. The press have RAKED UP some scandals from her past. You'll have to talk louder- you're CRACKING UP. She can't GET ABOUT much, but she is in her eighties. See also: emit emit (something) from (something) into (something) To release something into something, such as a container or receptacle. I WROTE her mobile number DOWN on a scrap of paper and I've lost it. Count all the money taken in a shop or business at the end of the day. I HAD her DOWN AS a liberal, but I was very wrong. I was just PASSING BY when I saw the accident. I told the kids to BELT UP before I started the car. I've THOUGHT it OVER and have made up my mind; I'm going to take the job in Leeds. 1. The project was going badly and they decided to PULL OUT. They HOLED UP in a remote cottage while the police were searching for them. He was LEFT OUT of the side because he hasn't been playing too well lately. Come on, CHEER UP; it isn't all bad, you know. Life got hard for my dog when he went blind, but he just SOLDIERED ON and never complained. The council FLOGGED OFF the land cheaply to a developer who had close links to a few of the councillors. No-one thought that she would be able to do it, but she PULLED it OFF in the end. Have you HEARD ABOUT the company takeover? Sales PICKED UP a bit during the Christmas period. The neighbour's dog TURNED ON me when I tried to stroke it. Organise or arrange something for a particular purpose, audience, etc. The computer FROZE UP; it showed me the blue screen of death and I couldn't reboot. I haven't HEARD FROM them since we left university. She MADE OVER her property to her children. 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