Phrasal verbs-2014-03-08

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  1. 'Usual verb'
    'Phrasal verb'
  2. 'post'
    'send off'
  3. 'meet or find by chance'
    'come across; (meet also) run into'
  4. 'arrive'
    'turn up'
  5. 'write'
    'take down'
  6. 'invite home'
    'ask around'
  7. 'not work properly'
    'play up'
  8. 'stop working'
    'break down'
  9. 'mention'
    'bring up'
  10. 'deal with or find a solution to a problem; find a way of dealing with or avoiding the problem'
    'sort out; get round / around'
  11. 'cause inconvenience'
    'mess about'
  12. 'postpone'
    'put off'
  13. 'cancel'
    'call off'
  14. 'recover from'
    'get over'
  15. 'continue'
    'keep on'
  16. 'give a lift'
    'pick (subject) up'
  17. 'switch off'
    'turn off'
  18. 'issue'
    'put out'
  19. 'decline'
    'go down'
  20. 'escape; leave a place or person (esp. when it is difficult)'
    'get away'
  21. 'organise'
    'see to'
  22. 'block someone''s way'
    'cut off'
  23. '1) believe; 2)fall in love with'
    'fall for'
  24. '1) understand; kiss, 2) touch in a sexual way'
    'make out'
  25. 'pursue'
    'chase up'
  26. 'omit'
    'leave out'
  27. 'ignore'
    'brush aside'
  28. 'oppose, defy'
    'go against'
  29. 'experience'
    'go through'
  30. 'remove a part of sth;stop working'
    'cut out'
  31. 'go somewhere together'
    'invite someone out'
  32. 'invite to come in'
    'invite someone in'
  33. 'invite to come to one''s place'
    'invite someone over'
  34. 'invite to come'
    'invite me round'
  35. 'invite to come upstairs to one''s place'
    'invite someone up'
  36. 'invite to come with somebody'
    'invite someone along'
  37. 'come back home with someone'
    'invite someone back'
  38. 'have an arrangement to do something'
    'have sth on'
  39. 'to persuade someone that something is true when it is not (usually as a joke)'
    'have sb on'
  40. 'to wear something (never in continuous; never passive)'
    'have on sth (have sth on)'
  41. 'preparation for physical (or relatively hard mental) activity'
    'warm-up <--- warm up'
  42. 'a place where sb can hide from other people'
    'hideout <--- hide out'
  43. '1) the value of the goods and services that a company sells in a particular period of time 2) the rate at which people leave a place and new people arrive 3) a sweet pie filled with fruit'
    'turnover <--- turn over'
  44. '1) an accident with several vehicles 2) a situation when there are a lot of difficult things to deal with at once'
    'pile-up <--- pile up'
  45. 'a reduction of something such as money available to spend'
    'cutback <--- cut back'
  46. 'an angry reaction or protest by a lot of people against sb/sth'
    'outcry <--- cry out'
  47. 'sb who is in a particular place by chance when an accident or unusual event happens but who is not directly connected with it'
    'bystander <--- stand by'
  48. '1) a discovery/achievemnt that comes after long and hard work 2) success at sth'
    'breakthrough <- break through'
  49. 'разовый, одноразовый, расточительный'
    'throwaway <-- throw away'
  50. 'disgusting, unpleasant'
    'off-putting <-- put off'
  51. '1) escape 2) short holiday 3) a place away from home where you can relax'
    'getaway <-- get away'
  52. '1) sb who is friendly and enjoys the company of other people 2) soon to leave a position of authority (power) 3) sb who is going out of a place :)'
    'outgoing <-- go out'
  53. 'happening or existing in the past'
    'bygone <-- go by'
  54. 'спад, регресс, снижение'
    'downturn <-- turn down'
  55. 'enter / continue doing / (with) be good friends (with)'
    'get on'
  56. 'inflate / make explode (go off :)) / become angry'
    'blow up'
  57. 'make a mistake'
    'slip up'
  58. 'make smaller / allow in through a hole / deceive / give a bed to / include / understand the meaning or importance'
    'take in'
  59. 'наступить (в лужу) / вмешаться (в чужую ссору)'
    'step in'
  60. 'отключить(ся) в обоих смыслах'
    'switch off'
  61. 'выпасть / бросить (учёбу)'
    'drop out'
  62. 'привязывать (опять же, в обоих смыслах)'
    'tie down'
  63. 'клонить к чему-то (вести разговор)'
    'drive at'
  64. 'вдалбливать (знания)'
    'drum into'
  65. 'снимать сливки (в обоих смыслах), т.е. отбирать (лучших)'
    'cream off'
  66. 'заглушить '
    'drown out'
  67. 'stop'
    'let up'
  68. 'have to deal with'
    'come up against '
  69. 'to be influenced by sth, depend on sth'
    'come down to (doing sth)'
  70. 'make (a decision)'
    'come to (a decision)'
  71. 'arrive at a place'
    'come along'
  72. 'separate into pieces'
    'come apart'
  73. 'become conscious again'
    'come (a)round'
  74. '1) вывестись (о пятне), 2) раскрыться (о тайне), 3) быть представленным, выпущенным (о книгах, законах), 4) выписаться (из больницы)'
    'come out'
  75. 'happen'
    'come about'
  76. 'be mentioned, happed unexpectedly, become available'
    'come up'
  77. 'meet to have a good time'
    'get together (with)'
  78. 'like each other and be friendly; continue doing something, especially work'
    'get on (with)'
  79. '(e.g. work or payments) do not enough '
    'get behind (with)'
  80. 'do and complete something difficult or unpleasant'
    'get sth over with '
  81. 'be very surprised that something happened or turned out to be true'
    'can''t / couldn''t get over'
  82. 'succeed in not being critisized or punished for something wrong OR succeed in doing something even having chosen not the best way'
    'get away with something / doing something'
  83. 'have just enough money to live, nothing more'
    'get by'
  84. 'what do you mean?'
    'what are you getting at?'
  85. 'to agree, to support an opinion'
    'go along with'
  86. '1) continue, 2) happen, 3) begin an activity/state'
    'go on'
  87. 'do sth unleasant/difficult because you planned or promised it'
    'go through with'
  88. 'about two types of thing or people that are usually found together, exist together'
    'go together'
  89. 'doing or competing in sth'
    'go in for'
  90. 'start to deal with'
    'go about'
  91. 'choose'
    'go for'
  92. 'survive without something you usually have'
    'go without'
  93. 'stop giving the light'
    'go out'
  94. '1) experience, 2) examine the contents of sth very carefully'
    'go through'
  95. '1) leave a place 2) to become bad (about food)'
    'go off'
  96. 'read quickly and not carefully; examine or consider something carefully in order to make a decision'
    'look at '
  97. 'carefully watch the things around you to notice a particular thing'
    'look out (for)'
  98. '(noun) a person who is watching the danger'
    'lookout'
  99. 'watch an activity without taking part in it'
    'look on'
  100. '(noun) someone who watches an activity without being involved in it'
    'onlooker'
  101. 'respect and admire somebody'
    'look up to somebody'
  102. 'think that this thing/person is less important than you'
    'look down on somebody/something'
  103. 'take care'
    'look after sm/st'
  104. 'think about what will happen in the future and plan for those events'
    'look ahead '
  105. 'try to find something by asking different people or looking in different places'
    'look around/round'
  106. 'feel pleased and excited about something going to happen'
    'look forward to sth/doing sth'
  107. 'consult a dictionary to find out what the word means; meet; become better'
    'look up '
  108. 'quickly examine something or someone'
    'look over'
  109. 'to read something quickly and not very carefully'
    'look through'
  110. 'investigate; discover and examine the facts about the problem or situation'
    'look into '
  111. 'read quickly and not carefully; examine or consider something carefully in order to make a decision'
    'look at '
  112. 'carefully watch the things around you to notice a particular thing'
    'look out (for)'
  113. '(noun) a person who is watching the danger'
    'lookout'
  114. 'watch an activity without taking part in it'
    'look on'
  115. '(noun) someone who watches an activity without being involved in it'
    'onlooker'
  116. 'respect and admire somebody'
    'look up to somebody'
  117. 'think that this thing/person is less important than you'
    'look down on somebody/something'
  118. 'take care'
    'look after sm/st'
  119. 'think about what will happen in the future and plan for those events'
    'look ahead '
  120. 'try to find something by asking different people or looking in different places'
    'look around/round'
  121. 'feel pleased and excited about something going to happen'
    'look forward to sth/doing sth'
  122. 'consult a dictionary to find out what the word means; meet; become better'
    'look up '
  123. 'quickly examine something or someone'
    'look over'
  124. 'to read something quickly and not very carefully'
    'look through'
  125. 'investigate; discover and examine the facts about the problem or situation'
    'look into '
  126. 'to arrange a meeting and then fail to attend it'
    'stand sb up'
  127. 'go in direction of'
    'make for somewhere'
  128. 'invent a story; say sth that is not true'
    'make sth up (make up sth)'
  129. 'form the whole of something'
    'make up something'
  130. 'be able to hear/to see sb with a difficulty'
    'make out something'
  131. 'understand why sb behaves as sb does'
    'make sb out (make out sb)'
  132. 'understand sth the reason why it happened'
    'make sth out (make out sth)'
  133. '1) cosmetics 2) combination of things that form sth (eg, a group of different people)'
    'make-up'
  134. 'compensate, in a context that sth good makes up for sth bad'
    'make up for'
  135. 'загладить вину / ответить добром'
    'make it up to (sb)'
  136. 'fix new piece of equipment in the correct place'
    'put sth in / put in sth'
  137. 'make a device work by pressing a switch; play video / audio / slide show (especially from CD) -- поставить (?); clothe oneself with sth'
    'put sth on / put on sth'
  138. 'make a device stop working (turn it off)'
    'put sth out / put out sth'
  139. 'build a structure; open sth rolled or folded up so that it is ready to use; stick sth on a piece of paper to a wall to convey some information'
    'put sth up / put up sth'
  140. 'postpone, decide or arrange sth at a later time / tell sm you''ll meet them or do something for them later'
    'put sth off (until) / put sb off'
  141. 'change the date or time of an event so it happens later then planned'
    'put sth back'
  142. 'make a watch or clock show an earlier time'
    'put (watch or clock) forward / back'
  143. 'make a watch or clock show a later time'
    'put (watch or clock) ahead'
  144. 'to be annoyed by sth done or said to you'
    'to be put out'
  145. 'accept sth/someone''s behaviour even if you don''t like it'
    'put up with sth/sm'
  146. 'tell smth helpful'
    'put sb on/onto sth/sb'
  147. 'destroy; roll or fold something to move it; land (about a plane)'
    'put down'
  148. 'to state so as to be understood clearly or accepted readily'
    'put sth across'
  149. 'extinguish a fire or make a stop smoking a cigarette '
    'put out (a cigarette or a fire)'
  150. 'separate into pieces'
    'take sth apart or take apart sth'
  151. 'to return sth in a shop or to an owner; to admit of being wrong'
    'take sth back or take back sth'
  152. 'to separate sb from a group of people to talk to them privately'
    'take sb aside or take aside sb'
  153. '1) leave a place without explanations, 2) about a plane that takes off the earth 3) to reduce amount of sth (eg price)'
    'take off'
  154. 'to start to do sth new (job or activity)'
    'take up sth or take sth up'
  155. 'вычитать :) take 11 away from 33 = 22'
    'take away sth or take sth away'
  156. 'look carefully at sth noticing all details'
    'take in sth or take sth in'
  157. 'subscribe oficially'
    'take out'
  158. 'start to do sth often'
    'take to'
  159. 'to be extremely busy with sth'
    'to be taken up with sth'
  160. 'to accept sth from sb (eg an offer)'
    'take sb up on sth'
  161. 'to be tiring for sb'
    'take it out for sb'
  162. 'make a place or a room tidy by putting things in the correct place'
    'clear up / tidy up'
  163. 'remove rubbish or dirt, esp. from the floor, using a brush (or a sweeper :))'
    'sweep up'
  164. 'mixed together in an untidy way'
    'jumbled up'
  165. 'hand clothes etc. on a hook'
    'hang up'
  166. 'to be blocked by something like, for example, rubbish or hair not permitting water going out of a baisin or sink'
    'clogged up'
  167. 'use all the supply; to run out of something'
    'use up'
  168. 'finish some product completely'
    'eat up / drink up / use up'
  169. 'two verbs meaning "arrive"; the latter means arriving at a place where someone expects you to come'
    'turn up / show up'
  170. 'start a new business'
    'open up'
  171. 'make something more interesting or exciting'
    'live up'
  172. '(verb/noun) to arrange something / a way that something is arranged'
    'set up'
  173. 'separate into smaller parts or groups'
    'divide up'
  174. 'cut (e.g. a cucumber) something into smaller pieces'
    'chop up'
  175. 'to lead sb to the door of a room or building when they are leaving'
    'show sb out/show out sb'
  176. 'to go with sb to the door of a room or building when they are leaving'
    'see sb out / see out sb'
  177. 'выпустить из помещения, открыть кому-либо дверь'
    'let out sb(sth) / let sb (sth) out'
  178. 'закрыть (запереть) двери от кого-то'
    'lock out sb/lock sb out'
  179. 'нечаянно захлопнуть за собой дверь, когда ключи остались внутри дома'
    'lock yourself out'
  180. 'навести порядок, справиться с чем-либо трудным (решить сложную задачу)'
    'sort out'
  181. 'износить, изнашивать'
    'wear out'
  182. 'расчистить, убрать (выбросить лишнее)'
    'clear out'
  183. 'arrange things on a flat surface, расправить, расстелить'
    'spread out'
  184. 'test sth before buying it'
    'try out sth'
  185. 'помогать, временно выполняя какую-либо работу или обеспечивая материально'
    'help out '
  186. 'чувствовать себя ущербным в чем-то по причине отсутствия к-либо навыка'
    'to feel lost out'
  187. 'left the ground (of an aircraft or a spacecraft)'
    'lift off'
  188. 'start a journey'
    'head off'
  189. 'leave a place quietly (уйти по-английски?)'
    'slip off'
  190. 'leave a place quickly (inf.); убраться'
    'clear off'
  191. 'come with someone to say goodbye; провожать'
    'see off'
  192. 'sell all or a part of business'
    'sell off'
  193. 'gradually start to sleep; прикорнуть'
    'doze off'
  194. 'quickly and easily write something, esp. something difficult to write'
    'run off'
  195. 'suddenly stop speaking'
    'break off'
  196. 'make someone not like something'
    'put smb off / turn smb off'
  197. 'delay doing something (like put off???)'
    'hold off'
  198. 'laugh at something in order to make it seem less important or serious'
    'laugh smth off'
  199. 'put a piece of clothing to see if it fits and if it suits you'
    'try on'
  200. '(adj) pretending, not genuine'
    'put-on'
  201. 'put a piece of clothing'
    'put on'
  202. 'pretend to have a particular feeling, behave in a way that is not natural '
    'put on'
  203. 'worry, upset'
    'wigh on (upon)'
  204. 'be confident that sb will help you'
    'rely/depend/count on (upon)'
  205. 'continue to do sth'
    'keep on'
  206. 'give sth to sb else'
    'pass (sth) on'
  207. 'give someone an illness'
    'pass on'
  208. 'visit a place or a person for a short time, usually when you are going somewhere else'
    'call in'
  209. 'put a substance on a surface so that it goes into the surface'
    'rub sth in/rub in sth'
  210. 'prevent sb from leaving as room or a building by locking the doors'
    'lock sb in/lock in sb'
  211. '(inf) rudely join a line of people who a waiting by going in front of the people who are already there'
    'push in'
  212. 'start to be believed (about upleasant or surprising news, learning material)'
    'sink in'
  213. 'communicate or express clearly'
    'put over'
  214. 'move to make room for someone else'
    'move over'
  215. 'examine to make sure something is correct'
    'check over'
  216. 'hit it with foot so that something spills'
    'knock over'
  217. 'flow over the side of a pan'
    'boil over'
  218. 'make tired'
    'wear down'
  219. 'put on paper'
    'note / write / take down'
  220. 'make something fall to the ground (eg about the wind)'
    'blow down'
  221. 'To act more forcefully to regulate, repress, or restrain'
    'crack down'
  222. 'stop the number, level, or size of something from increasing'
    'keep / hold (eg prices) / keep down'
  223. 'cut through something (eg a tree) so that it falls to the ground'
    'chop / cut down '
  224. 'eat less of something (in order to be healthy)'
    'cut down'
  225. 'to close something for the rest of the times (eg about a cafe)'
    'shut / close down'
  226. 'read over / through'
    'read something from the beginning to the end'
  227. 'look over'
    'have a look'
  228. 'go over'
    'talk or thing about something in order to validate it'
  229. 'hand over'
    'give something to someone else'
  230. 'stay over'
    'spend the night somewhere'
  231. 'fall over'
    'fall to the ground'

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