Phrasal verbs

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Phrasal verbs
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phrasal verbs (to give; to make; get; to look)
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  1. faire don de
    to give away
  2. sacrifier
    to give away
  3. divulguer, relever
    to give away
  4. distribuer
    to give away
  5. trahir
    to give away
  6. give back
    rendre
  7. se rendre
    give in/up
  8. abandonner
    give in/up
  9. admettre
    give in
  10. distribuer/émettre
    give out/give away
  11. annoncer
    give out
  12. give over
    passer
  13. se rendre
    give up
  14. abandonner
    give up/give in
  15. se démettre
    give up
  16. arrêter définitivement
    give up
  17. céder
    give up
  18. poursuivre
    make after
  19. aller, se rendre
    make for
  20. transformer
    make into
  21. s'enfuir
    make off
  22. partir avec
    make off with
  23. libeller
    make out
  24. comprendre, déchiffrer
    make out
  25. prétendre
    make out
  26. trouver un résultat, se débrouiller
    make out
  27. céder, transférer
    make out
  28. se décider
    to make up one's mind
  29. inventer
    make up
  30. compenser, combler, rattraper
    make up for
  31. être constitué de
    make up
  32. se déplacer, se bouger, voyager
    get about
  33. s'en tirer avec
    get away
  34. revenir à
    get back to
  35. s'enflammer
    get carried away
  36. se mettre à
    get down
  37. entrer, monter dans
    get in
  38. rentrer
    get in
  39. monter dans
    get into
  40. se mettre dans
    get into
  41. descendre
    get off
  42. détacher
    get off
  43. s'entendre
    get on
  44. se sortir de
    get out of
  45. sortir de
    get out of
  46. trouver le temps de
    get round to
  47. prendre soin de
    look after
  48. regarder
    look at
  49. regarder en avant
    look ahead
  50. regarder en arrière
    look back
  51. mépriser, regarder de haut
    look down
  52. se réjouir de
    look forward to
  53. chercher
    look for
  54. visiter à l'impoviste
    look in
  55. examiner, regarder en détail
    look into
  56. considérer comme
    look on
  57. être sur ses gardes
    look ou
  58. être attentif à
    look out for
  59. parcourir, regarder rapidement
    look over
  60. regarder autour de soi
    look (a)round
  61. feuilleter, regarder rapidement
    look through
  62. lever les yeux
    look up
  63. chercher dans un dictionnaire
    look up
  64. chercher quelqu'un
    look up
  65. passer chez qqn
    look up
  66. he ... all his money...
    gave away (faire don)
  67. they ... ... all chances of promotion
    gave away (sacrifier)
  68. he won't ... ... his secret
    give away (divulguer, reveler)
  69. the president ... ... the prizes
    gave away (distribuer)
  70. who... me ... ?
    gave away (trahir)
  71. ... ... it to me immediately
    give back (rendre)
  72. will you ... ... your examination papers
    give in (rendre)
  73. the enemy finally ... ...
    gave in (se rendre)
  74. don't ... ... now
    give in (abandonner)
  75. ... ... now, you're wrong
    give in (admettre)
  76. who will ... ... the books ?
    give out (distribuer, émettre)
  77. the headmaster ... ... the names of the prize winners
    give out (annoncer)
  78. can you ... the keys ... to me ?
    give over (passer)
  79. the prisoner ... himself ...
    gave up/in (se rendre)
  80. he ... ... trying to understand his intricate explanation
    gives up/in (abandonner)
  81. John ... ... his studies to become a monk
    gave up (se démettre)
  82. he was advidsed to ... ... smoking
    give up (arrêter définitivement)
  83. he ... ... his seat to the old lady
    gave up (céder)
  84. he ... ... the thieve
    made after (poursuivre)
  85. where are you ... ... ?
    making for (aller, se rendre)
  86. you can ... this room ... an office
    make into (transformer)
  87. the gang ... ... down the road with the money
    made off (s'enfuire)
  88. somebody's ... ... with my coat
    made off (partir avec)
  89. who do I ... it ... for ?
    make out (libeller)
  90. I can't ... ... the address
    make out (comprendre, déchiffrer)
  91. She ... ... she knew him personally
    made out (prétendre)
  92. How do you ... that ... ?
    make out (trouver un résultat, se débrouiller)
  93. she has ... her estate ... to her granddaughter
    make over (céder, transférer)
  94. I've ... ... my mind to find a new job
    made up (se décider)
  95. he ... ... that story
    inventer
  96. Tim bought some flowers to ... ... for arriving late
    make up (compenser, combler, rattraper)
  97. a community is ... ... of several people
    made up (être constitué de)
  98. he ... ... a great deal
    gets about (se déplacer, se bouger, voyager)
  99. Could I ... ... with it ?
    get away (s'en tirer avec)
  100. I'll be glad when this whole thing is over and I can ... ... to my old routine.
    get back (revenir à)
  101. I suppose I ... a bit ... ...
    got carried away (s'enflammer)
  102. Right, let's ... ... to business
    get down (se mettre à)
  103. the woman ... ..., put her seat belt on and looked in the rear-view mirror
    get in (entrer, monter dans)
  104. "that's very kind of you", he said and ... ... the car
    got into (monter dans)
  105. that night, he'd decided to stay up until I ... ...
    got in (rentrer)
  106. How did I ... ... this mess ?
    get into (se mettre dans)
  107. all the passengers ... ... at the main station
    got off (descendre)
  108. How can I .. Mr Peason's keys ... ?
    get off (détacher)
  109. We ... ... really wll and I started seeing him all the time
    get on (s'entendre)
  110. How can I ... ... ... this mess ?
    get out of (se sortir de)
  111. Mrs Preston ... ... ... her car and looked around
    got out of (sortir de)
  112. I never seem to ... ... to fixing my car
    get round (trouver le temps)
  113. He ... ... his mother
    looks after (prendre soin de, s'occuper de)
  114. Does she ... ... her book ?
    look at (regarder)
  115. You need to ... ... four or five years
    look ahead (regarder en avant)
  116. The past always seems better when you ... ... on it.
    look back (regarder en arrière)
  117. Kings used to ... ... on farmers
    look down on (mépriser, regarder de haut)
  118. I ... ... to seeing you
    look forward to (se réjouir de)
  119. What are you ... ... ?
    looking for (chercher)
  120. Can I ... ... on Sam ?
    look in (visiter à l'improviste)
  121. The scientists ... ... that case
    lookd into (examiner, regarder en détail)
  122. I ... ... him as a friend
    look on (considérer comme)
  123. ... ... ! It is falling.
    Lout out (être sur ses gardes)
  124. if you are choosing a red wine, ... ... ... some "Pinot"
    look out for (être attentif à)
  125. Can I ... ... the invoices ?
    look over (parcourir, regarder rapidement)
  126. Shall we ... ... the town this afternoon ?
    look round (regarder autour de soi)
  127. They will ... ... the applications.
    look through (feuilleter, regarder rapidement)
  128. ... ... and look at me.
    Look up (lever les yeux)
  129. Did you ... ... this word ?
    look up (chercher dans un dictionnaire)
  130. They ... him ... while in Japan
    look up (chercher qqn, passer chez qqn)

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