110 Most common phrasal verbs list with meaning

110 Most common phrasal verbs list with meaning

110 Most common phrasal verbs list with meaning

In this lesson, we will analyze the definition of a phrasal verb and the 110 most common phrasal verbs in English, with their meanings and examples, so that you can get a clear conception of phrasal verbs. Phrasal verbs are an important lesson in English grammar.

It plays a significant role in making or completing a sentence perfectly. It can change a sentence’s meaning when used by adding a preposition, an adverb, or both. 

Phrasal Verbs 

1- Call off : Cancel
2- Knock off : to stop working
3. Burn out: Be very tired
4- Lay off : Dismissal (from work)
5- Take on : installs (putting on)
6. Carry out : Executes
7. Bolt down : Eats quickly
8. Chop up : Chop food into pieces
9. Pig out: Eating too much food.
10. Whip up: Prepare food quickly
11- Warm up : To heat something up
12. Cut out : stops eating (holds up)
13- Knock back: Drinking a liquid quickly (water, Pepsi, Fanta
14. Eat out: Eat out
15- Pass away : He dies (die)
16- Pass out : He faint
17. Set off : Starts the journey
18- Take off : flies (plane)
19. Drop off: He takes her somewhere by car
20. Speed ​​up : Goes faster
21- Get on : success (car)
22- Get off : Get off (car)
23- See off : He says goodbye
24. Hold up : Delayed
25- Be into : to like something
26. Take up : Gets used to something
27- Fall behind : Fall behind (from an obligation or duty)
28- Read up on : reads ( reading or learning by reading )
29- Drop out : Drop out (drop out of school before graduation)
30. Copy out : Rewrite something
31- run over : hits the car (puts it down)
32- fight off : to get rid of a disease
33- get over (recover from sth) : recover from something (illness, cold, fever, cough ....)
34- put off : put off
35. go through : examines it at length
36- Turn around : Turns around
37. Burst out: It starts suddenly
38. run off : to run away
39. wolf out : very hungry
40- Pick up: To pick up the phone
41. hang on : to wait for a short time
42- run for : to compete in an election : to contest an election
43. pay out : to pay a lot of money to someone : to pay a large sum of money to someone
44. Look back on: To think about something that happened in the past
45. Hold off: To delay doing something
46- go under : to become bankrupt : to become bankrupt or (no money left)
47. Run away: To avoid dealing with a problem or difficult situation
48- back up : to support someone : to support someone
49. get on at : criticize someone
50. Take aside: Take someone away from others to talk to them in private
51- go along with : to agree with someone or something
52- Take on : to accept some work or responsibility
53. set upon : attacking violently
54. Hold off : To delay doing something
55-narrow down : to reduce the number of choices
56- go down : price reduction or shrinkage
57- take out : to remove
58-listen in : to secretly listen to someone
59. jack in : stop doing something
60- go along with : to agree with someone or something
61. Pick on: Treating someone badly or unfairly.
62- get to : to inherit or annoy someone
63. mark up : to increase the price of something
64. Keep out: Prevent someone or something from entering a place
65. Run away: Avoid dealing with a problem or difficult situation
66. pack away : Eat large amounts of food
67. run around : Too busy doing too much
68- Order in: Order food that is ready to eat.
69 - muck up : to distort or destroy something
70. Make of : Having an opinion about someone
71. Let out: Renting a room or building to someone
72-kick off : Starts
73. take aback : He turns his head
74-call around : Calling many different places or people
75- kick back : kick back
76. Jump on: Criticize someone too harshly
77- hang up : End of conversation on mobile due to disconnection
78. Set out: Put something in a place to be seen or used
79- opt for : choose an option
(option)
Private
80. Run off: Copying written or printed material
81. Knock around : Spending time with someone because they are friends
82. Take after: A person who shapes a family member
83. order around : to order someone arrogantly
84. knock off : to resign
85- take down : Write notes or information
86. Get out of: Avoid doing something you don't like
87. Get at: The ability to reach or find something.
88. kid around : joking around
89- knock over : cut off a house or bank
90. Mull over: Think about something carefully before making a decision.
91- get in : get home
92. set about : begin to do something
93- go under : bankruptcy, lack of money
94. make off with : to run away with something stolen
95- go off to : to leave one place and go to another
96- off : to kill or murder
97. jack up : to raise the price
98- kick against : to react against someone
99 - let in : to allow someone to enter
100- Get down : Make someone sad
101. Get up to: Do ​​something wrong or stupid
102 - Juice up : Make something more effective
103- Set off : Start off
104 - Set on : attacks someone
105 - Nod off : falls asleep
106- Get on to : argue a matter
107 - Level with : Said the truth to someone about something
108 - Own up : Admit a mistake you have made
109 - bring forward : brings forward
110. carry on : continues



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