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Phrasal verbs 1 PART 1 – μέρος πρώτο
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back away ->move backwards
back out ->withdraw from (a promise, a deal)
back up ->give support
BE
be about to ->be ready to do sth, be on the point of
be after ->want, chase
be against ->be opposed to sb/sth
be away -> be absent
be back ->return
be behind ->be late/delayed
be down ->be depressed/in bad mood
be down with ->be ill with
be for ->be in favour of
be in ->be at home/office
be in for ->be about to happen, expect
be off ->leave/go, has gone bad(food)
be on ->be showing(films)
be out ->be out of building, be unfashionable, the light/fire is out
be out of ->have no more
be over ->be finished
be up ->be out of bed
be up to ->depend on, feel like doing, physically or mentally fit
 
Phrasal verbs 2
BREAK
break away ->escape suddenly, leave a political party
break down ->fail to work, collapse
break in ->train (a horse), interrupt a conversation
break into ->enter a building illegally
break off ->end a relationship (engagement, diplomatic relations)
break out ->start suddenly (war, fire, epidemy), escape
break through ->penetrate
break to ->tell (usually bad news)
break up ->stop for holidays (school children), break into pieces, end a relationship, disperse
BRING
bring about ->cause to happen
bring back ->return, recall
bring down ->cause to fall
bring forward ->move sth to an earlier time (meeting)
bring in ->introduce, produce, create profit
bring on ->cause sth to happen
bring out ->publish, reveal/show
bring over ->make sb change his way of thinking
bring round/to ->persuade, help sb regain consciousness
bring up ->rear/raise a child, vomit, mention
 
Phrasal verbs 3
CALL
call back -> phone back, recall, call to return
call for -> demand/require/need
call in -> request the return of (books), invite to a place, visit briefly
call off -> cancel
call on -> visit formally
call at -> visit a place
call out -> announce in a loud voice, order to come to sb’s help.
call up -> phone, call for military service.
CARRY
carry away -> cause sb to lose self-control, be very excited
carry off -> win sth (prize), handle successfully.
carry on (with) -> behave strangely, continue
carry on with -> continue, have an affair
carry out -> complete, execute
carry through -> accomplish, complete successfully.
 
Phrasal verbs 4
CATCH
catch on ->become popular or fashionable, understand
catch out -> trap, trick
catch up ->reach sb who is ahead
COME
come across ->meet or find by chance
come at ->arrive, attack sb
come back -> return
come by ->obtain
come down ->collapse, become cheaper
come down to ->be passed on sb by inheritance
come down with ->become ill
come in ->enter
come into ->inherit
come off ->happen, succeed, become detached
come on ->hurry up (imp), progress, begin
come out ->appear, be published, blossom (plants), become known
come round ->regain consciousness, pay a visit, accept sb’s opinion
come to ->amount to a total
come through ->survive, recover from a serious illness
come over ->visit, get over a problem
come up ->arise, appear above the soil (plants), be mentioned
come up to ->approach
come up against ->be faced with
come up with ->find (answer, solution etc),produce (ideas, solutions)
 
Phrasal verbs 5
CUT
cut across -> take a shorter way
cut back (on) -> reduce (expenses, production)
cut away ->remove by cutting
cut down ->fell (a tree), kill/injure sb with a sword
cut down on reduce the amount or quantity of sth
cut in or into ->interrupt
cut off ->disconnect, isolate
cut out ->extract, omit, stop,
cut out for/to be ->suited for a job
cut up ->divide sth into pieces with a knife, distress
DO
do away with -> get rid of/abolish, kill/murder
do down ->cheat, speak badly of
do for ->do housework for sb, ruin
do in ->kill/murder
do out ->clean or tidy sth
do out of ->prevent sb from having sth by cheating
do up -> fasten/button, redecorate; make a parcel
do with ->tolerate, be related to, be content with
do without -> manage without
 
Phrasal verbs 6
DRAW 
draw back ->be unwilling to fulfil a promise, move away
draw in -> arrive at a station (bus/train)
draw out -> encourage to be less shy, take money from a bank account
draw up -> stop (vehicle) write out (list, will etc.)
FALL
fall apart ->break/fall to pieces
fall back -> move or turn back
fall back on ->turn to sb for help, support
fall behind ->be overtaken, make no progress, fail to keep up with
fall behind with -> fail to pay in time
fall down -> fall to the ground/collapse
fall for -> fall in love with sb, be deceived by
fall in ->collapse
fall in with ->agree to an idea, meet sb by chance
fall off ->decrease
fall on -> attack sb fiercely
fall out -> occur, leave a military line, quarrel
fall out with ->quarrel
fall through -> fail to be completed
fall to ->start/begin
fall under -> be classified among sth
fall (up) on ->attack/assault
 
Phrasal verbs 7
GET
get about ->move from place to place, become known
get across ->make sth understood
get ahead ->progress
get along/on ->be on good terms with sb, progress
get at ->discover, reach, imply, mean
get away escape
get away with e->scape punishment, steal sth and escape
get back ->return/recover sth
get behind ->not produce sth at the right time
get by ->manage to live, be considered smart
get down -> note or record sth, depress, swallow with difficulty.
get down to ->starting doing sth seriously
get in ->arrive, be elected
get into start a career, be involved in
get off ->post sth, step out of a car/bus/train
get on ->enter a vehicle, grow old, get along, make progress
get out ->leave/go, become known
get out of -> avoid doing sth, evacuate ,leave, go away
get over ->recover from, overcome
get round ->persuade sb to do sth he initially opposed
get round to ->find time to do sth
get through-> complete, use/consume , face difficulties
get through ->to make contact by telephone
get up ->get out of bed, stand up
 
Phrasal verbs 8
GIVE
give away ->give free of charge, reveal/betray
give back ->return sth to its owner
give in ->surrender/yield, submit
give off ->send out (gas, smell), produce/emit
give out ->distribute, come to an end, make known
give up ->abandon an attempt, part with, stop doing
 
Phrasal verbs 9
GO
go about ->keep busy with, deal, change direction
go about with -> keep company with sb
go after -> chase sb, try to obtain sth, pursue
go against ->disagree/oppose, be unfavourable to sb
go ahead ->continue, make progress
go along ->proceed with an activity
go along with ->agree with
go away ->leave a place , stop, cease
go back ->return
go back on ->fail to keep a promise/agreement
go beyond ->exceed/surpass
go by pass, form an opinion from sth
go down ->fall to the ground, sink, swallow, decrease
go down with ->become ill with
go for ->attack, apply for
go in for-> participate, take up as a hobby
go into-> investigate/consider
go off ->explode, leave the stage, fall asleep, go bad/spoil, stop functioning, ring
go on ->continue/last, happen, walk onto the stage
go out ->stop burning, become unfashionable, be extinguished, be announced
go over ->examine details, revise, search, clean sth thoroughly
go round ->be enough for, spread, visit, spread (news, disease, rumour)
go through ->revise, suffer/endure, use up/consume, experience, discuss in detail
go up-> rise(price) increase, explode
go with-> match, exist at the same time
go without ->manage without sth
 
Phrasal verbs 10
HANG
hang about wander/loiter, fool around, be lazy
hang back hesitate
hang on wait, depend on
hang on to keep
hang together support one another, be consistent, match
hang up end a phone call in anger, delay
HOLD
hold back ->restrain/control, hesitate
hold down ->keep at a low level (prices), suppress
hold in -> restrain, keep
hold off -> not occur/be delayed, stay away, keep at distance
hold on ->wait(esp. on the phone)
hold out ->last/remain, resist an attack, persist
hold over ->postpone/defer sth
hold to ->stay loyal to sth, follow exactly, keep to (a promice etc)
hold together ->remain whole
hold up ->delay, rob a bank(by using violence)
hold with ->agree with/approve of
 
Phrasal verbs 11
KEEP
keep after ->go after, continue to pursue
keep away ->stay away
keep back ->stay back, keep secret, delay
keep down ->cause to remain at a lower level, retain sth in the stomach
keep from ->refrain from
keep in ->make sb stay indoors, detain a child after school as punishment
keep in with ->remain friendly with sb
keep off ->stay away from, not begin, not approach
keep on ->continue despite difficulties
keep out ->stay outside
keep to ->remain faithful, follow (a schedule)
keep up ->maintain, not allowed to fall or end
keep up with -> continue to be informed, keep pace with
 
Phrasal verbs 12
LET
let down ->lower sth, disappoint, lengthen (clothes)
let in (to) -> allow to enter, make clothes narrower
let in for ->cause sb to suffer
let off -> punish sb lightly, explode sth
let on ->reveal a secret
let out ->allow to go out, reveal, make clothes larger
let through ->allow sb to pass an exam
let up ->become less strong, relax one’s efforts
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