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İNGİLİZCE PHRASAL VERBS
Phrasal Verbs: synonyms and sentences examples

 This is a partial (incomplete) list.  Verbs marked with * are separable.

PHRASAL VERBSYNONYMSENTENCE EXAMPLE

DO AWAY WITH 

put an end to something

They will do away with tax on home heating fuel.

DO IN * 

murder

The mafia did him in.

DO IN * 

injure

This hot weather will do us in.

DO IN * 

cheat or swindle

The car buyer was done in by the fly-by-night salesman.

DO OVER * 

redo over repeat

I had to do my homework over because I had too many mistakes.

DO OVER * 

redecorate

We did our kitchen over to modernize it.  (also: made over)

DO UP * 

make fancy

She did up her hair in a pretty bow.

DO UP * 

finish

Do up the work before you leave.

DO WITH 

benefit from

We could do with less talk and more action.

DO WITHOUT 

manage, survive

I could not do without my cell phone.

 

 

GET ABOUT 

move, be active

Even though he's ninety, he gets about pretty well.

GET AT 

hint, insinuate, imply

I don't know what the lawyer was getting at, but I didn't like it.

GET AT 

discover, find

We wanted to get at the root of the problem.

GET AWAY 

escape from confinement

The prisoner tried to get away, but the office caught him.

GET AWAY WITH 

do something without detection

He tries to get away with cheating, but they keep catching him.

GET BY 

manage, survive

We got by even though we didn't have much money.

GET DOWN * 

depress, discourage

The cold, rainy weather got me down after a couple of months.

GET DOWN 

enjoy, dance

Let's have a little fun and get down tonight!

GET IN 

arrive

When does you plane get in?

GET IN 

enter a private vehicle

We got in the car and sat down.  (get on - public vehicle)

GET OFF 

exit a public vehicle

We got off the bus at the last stop.

GET OFF * 

escape from punishment

He was charged with public indecency, but the lawyer got him off

GET OFF 

boldness, effrontery

Where do you get off telling me I'm fat.  Look at yourself.

GET ON

to work or perform in harmony

They got on well together.

GET ON

to mount, to board (public transportation)

He got on his bicycle and rode away. He got on the bus.

GET IT ON * 

to have a romantic or sexual connection

"Let's get it on."  -- Marvin Gaye song

GET ON * 

to wear

He got on his shoes.  See get passive 

GET OVER   

recover

It took him a week to get over his cold / his divorce.

GET THROUGH 

to succeed in contacting

I had trouble getting through to you because my phone had bad reception.

GET UP 

wake up and get out of bed

What time did you get up this morning?

 

 

GIVE  AWAY * 

give as a present

He was feeling so confident, he gave away all his money.

GIVE AWAY * 

reveal a secret

Be careful not to give secret away.

GIVE IN 

surrender, acknowledge defeat

At first he said, "no", but then he gave in.

GIVE OF 

devote or contribute

To give of one's self is the greatest gift.

GIVE OFF 

to put forth, emit

The light bulb gave off an amazing amount of light.

GIVE OUT * 

emit, distribute

They gave out fliers in front of the playhouse.

GIVE OUT 

to become exhausted, used up

After running four miles, his legs gave out.

GIVE OVER * 

transfer, release to someone else

He will give over the ownership of his property to his grandchildren.

GIVE UP   

to abandon,

She never gave up hope that he would get well.

GIVE UP 

discontinue

He gave up smoking.

GIVE (IT) UP * 

applaud; clap  (slang)

Let's give it up for Beyonce!

 

 

GO ABOUT 

perform one's duties

Every day, he goes about checking our work.

GO AFTER 

pursue

If you really want it, go after it.

GO AGAINST 

to conflict with

He never thought his son would go against him.

GO AHEAD 

proceed

Go ahead.  We'll catch up with you later.

GO ALONG 

agree to follow

He went along with his idea even though he wasn't convinced.

GO AROUND 

accompany

They always go around with the same people.

GO AROUND 

be enough for everyone

They brought enough food to go around.

GO AT   

attack

They went at each other viciously.

GO BACK 

return

He went back home after work.

GO BACK ON 

fail to keep to

He went back on his word and started smoking again.

GO BY 

to be disregarded, not taken advantage of

He let his best chance go by.

GO DOWN 

suffer defeat

They went down fighting.

GO DOWN 

be remembered

This will go down in history as an unforgettable moment.

GO FOR 

try hard for

Go for the gold!  (Olympian expression)

GO IN WITH 

join

He went in with them on an investment scheme.

GO OFF 

explode

The gun went off and runners began the race.

GO OFF 

ring

My phone always goes off when I'm in class.

GO ON 

continue

When life is hard, you have to go on.

GO OUT 

extinguish

If the lights go out, light some candles.

GO OUT WITH 

accompany or date

Amelia goes out with her friends. She is going out with a new guy.

GO OVER 

review

After we go over the plans, we can discuss what to do.

GO OVER 

to meet approval

Did your proposal go over well?

GO THROUGH 

experience

We had to go through hard times during the war.

GO THROUGH WITH 

persevere to the end

He decide to go through the operation to repair his heart.

GO UNDER 

fail, ruin

The bank went under due to bad business practices.

GO UP 

be under construction

A new building is going up in place of the old one.

GO UP 

be consumed by fire

The old building went up in flames.

GO WITH 

look good or fashionable with

His striped shirt didn't go with his jacket.

 

 

HAVE  AT 

to go at; attack

It's time to have at my homework. 

HAVE ON *   

to wear

What do you have on?

HAVE ON * 

to host a guest on TV

Who does David Letterman have on tonight?

HAVE X OUT 

settle

She and I had it out last night and came to an agreement.

HAVE OVER * 

entertain

We'd had our friends over for dinner.

HAVE X TO DO WITH 

be associated with

His lack of confidence had a lot to do with his not getting the job.

 

 

LET DOWN * 

disappoint

He let us down when he didn't do as he said he would.

LET IN * 

to admit

The door man let us in to the nightclub.

LET IN * 

share a secret

I'll let you in on a little secret.  I won the lottery.

LET OFF * 

release by exploding

The fireworks let off a whistling sound.

LET OFF * 

to free from duty

They let him off jury duty.

LET OFF* 

excuse with little punishment

The judge let the youth off with just a warning and a promise.

LET ON 

reveal

Please don't let on that you already know his secret.

LET OUT 

terminates, release from confinement

School lets out in June.

LET OUT 

release from restraint

The dog let out a loud yelp when its owner left.

LET OUT *   

enlarge

I had to let my pants out after the holiday meals.

LET UP ON 

ease up ; treat less severely

His mother let up on him after she realized he was trying his hardest.

 

 

LOOK AFTER 

take care of; foster

They looked after him when his parents couldn't.

LOOK DOWN ON    

regard with scorn or contempt

Those people look down on everyone else as being inferior.

LOOK IN ON 

visit briefly

The nurse looked in on each patient several times a day.

LOOK INTO 

investigate

The police are looking into the crime.

LOOK ON 

to be a spectator

The fans looked on while their team battled to win.

LOOK OUT 

to be on guard, to take care

Look out or you might get hurt.

LOOK OUT FOR 

to be concerned

We need to look out for our health.

LOOK OUT ONTO 

to have a view

Our hotel room looked out onto the town's plaza.

LOOK OVER * 

review

The mechanic looked the car over to see if there were any problems.

LOOK UP * 

research, find in a reference book

Always look up the words that you don't know.

LOOK UP TO 

admire, regard highly

She had always looked up to her older sister.

 

 

MAKE  AWAY WITH

steal

The dishonest CEO made away with millions of dollars.

MAKE OFF WITH

steal, take

The bear made off with our picnic basket.

MAKE OUT *

to write or complete

After you make out the check, put it in the mail.

MAKE OUT *

be able to distinguish or read

It was hard to make out the words on the old memorial stone.

MAKE OUT

succeed

With a lot of hard work, you too can make out in life.

MAKE OUT

show affection; kiss

They made out in the front seat.

MAKE OVER

redo, redecorate

The film producer decided to make over the actor's appearance

MAKE UP

invent

Did you make that story up?  I don't believe it.

MAKE UP

to put on cosmetics

Women make up their faces before going to parties.

MAKE UP

to settle or reconcile

We've quarreled for two years, but we made up last night.

MAKE UP

repeat

I had to make up a course in which I had gotten an unsatisfactory grade.

MAKE UP FOR

compensate

His boss offered him vacation days to make up for his overtime hours.

MAKE UP OF

constitute

The United States is make up of fifty states.

MAKE UP TO

become friendly with

He was trying to make up to every woman in the class. (informal)

 

 

PUT ABOUT

turn in a different direction

The ship put about and headed back to shore.

PUT ABOUT

to start a rumor

The opposition put about a rumor that we had accepted a bribe.

PUT AWAY *

put in its place

We put away the food after shopping.

PUT AWAY *

consume

He can put away five hamburgers!

PUT AWAY *

euthanize

We had to put our dog away when it became too old to survive.

PUT AWAY *

jail

The murderer was put away for life.

PUT DOWN *

write

The Red Cross put me down for a one hundred dollar contribution.

PUT DOWN

regard or categorize

He was put down as a complainer

PUT DOWN *

to insult or criticize

My older sister always put me down when she was with her friends.

PUT DOWN *

to place a down payment

We put down forty per cent on the house.

PUT DOWN

land and aircraft

The plane put down in a wheat field.

PUT IN

enter a port

The ship put in before sunset.

PUT IN FOR

apply or request

He put in for a transfer to a different division.

PUT OFF *

delay or postpone

He tends to put off doing his taxes.

PUT OFF

repel, distance, perturb

The artist's use of dead animals put off his viewers.

PUT ON *

to wear

He put on his pants

PUT ON *

produce or perform

They put on a wonderful play.

PUT OUT *

extinguish

The firemen put out the fire

PUT OUT *

be bothersome; inconvenience

Yes, I'd like a cup of coffee, but I don't want to put you out.

PUT UP *

put items in their places

Please put up your toys.

PUT UP WITH

tolerate

I can't put up with his terrible behavior

 

 

TAKE  AFTER   

resemble

His daughter takes after him in business sense.

TAKE  AFTER

pursue

The dog took after the little boy who tried to run away.

TAKE BACK *

retract

I take what I said back.  i shouldn't have said it.

TAKE DOWN *

write or record

Take these measurements down.

TAKE DOWN *

capture, control

They took down their opponents.

TAKE FOR *

to assume to

I took his word for the truth. / I took for truth his word.

TAKE IN *

provide lodging or a home

His uncle took him in after his father died.

TAKE IN *

alter, make smaller

She had her dress taken in after she had her baby.

TAKE IN

trick or deceive

The insurance salesman took in the unsuspecting buyer.

TAKE IN

observe and make sense of

We listened to his lecture.  There was a lot to take in.

TAKE OFF *

remove clothing

Please take off your coat and sit down.

TAKE OFF

depart from earth

The airplane took off on time.

TAKE OFF

remove from a job or position

I was taken off one project to work on another.

TAKE OFF

humorous imitation (noun)

The movie was a take off on news anchormen.

TAKE ON *

undertake

President Obama took on the difficult job or restoring the economy.

TAKE ON *

hire

They took him on as their financial officer.

TAKE OUT *

date

He took her out to the movies.

TAKE OVER *

assume management

The stronger company took over the weaker one.

TAKE UP *

to begin to study

He took up piano.

TAKE UP

occupy

The grand piano took up most of the room.

TAKE UP *

continue

Let's take up where we left off yesterday.

TAKE UP * 

begin discussion or a subject

Today, I will take up the subject of a raise in my salary.

TAKE UP WITH

become friends

He began to take up with the wrong  crowd.

Solution - lightbulbPop-Q "Idol Talk"

 

 

THINK ABOUT 

consider, think for a while

I would like some time to think about your business proposal.

THINK ABOUT   

have an opinion or judgment

What  do you think about the new no-smoking law?

THINK OF 

create, devise, come up with

How did you think of this clever idea?

THINK OF   

have an opinion or judgment

What  do you think of your phone?

THINK OF   

remember, come to mind

I suddenly thought of his name.

THINK ON 

consider, think for a while

I'm not ready to buy it now.  I'll have to think on this for a while.

THINK OUT *   

think toward reaching a solution

Think it out before you act.

THINK OVER * 

consider, think for a while

Please think it over carefully before you sign the contract.

THINK THROUGH * 

think toward reaching a solution

If you think the through math problem, you'll find the solution.

THINK UP 

create, devise come up with

She thought up our logo design.

  

TRY ON * 

put on clothing to see if you like it

Try the pants on. / Try on the pants.   If you like them, buy them.

TRY OUT 

experiment with something

We tried out a new method of using the cell phone.

TRY OUT 

an audition, performance before judges

He tried out before the American Idol judges. They held try outs today.

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