Top 100 phrasal verbs 76 - 100

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to postpone
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to put something off
I have to put off our meeting.
to discourage
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to put someone off
He put me off with that speech.
to start wearing a piece of clothing
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to put something on
Put on a coat, it's cold outside.
to stop something from burning
also: to cause problems; to place something where it's easy to be found and used
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to put out
Let me put the cigarette out.
to fix or mount something
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to put something up
I've put up a new painting.
to charge too much
also: to steal
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to rip off
The taxi driver ripped me off.
to escape
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to run away
He ran away before the police could catch him.
to finish completely
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to run out of
I've totally ran out of money.
to accumulate money
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to save up
We should save up this month.
to start a journey
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to set off
It's time to set off.
to start a business
also: to make or organize something
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to set up
I set up a startup recently.
to move more slowly
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to slow down
Slow down, there's a stop!
to solve, arrange or organize
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to sort out
Try to sort out this dilemma.
to be in an upright position
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to stand up
Stand up and look out!
to sabotage or ruin the success of another
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to take someone down
The coach is trying to take Jose down.
to become interested in an activity
also: to act, to start working on some problem
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to take up something
We took up swimming together.
to depart
also: to leave, to begin to fly
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to take off
The airplane has just taken off.
to criticize for doing something wrong or bad
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to tell off
Why did you tell me off?
to get rid of something
also: to waste a chance
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to throw away
Can you throw away this lemon peel?
to reject
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to turn down
The bank turned down my loan application.
to move in order to face the opposite direction
also: to change a plan
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to turn around
Turn around, the teacher is coming!
to stop sleeping
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to wake up
She needs to wake up early in the morning.
to exercise
also: to happen the right way
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to work out
I worked out all day, now I'm very tired.
to note on a piece of paper
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to write down
Write down what the teacher explains.
to wash the dishes
also: to wash the hands
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to wash up
I washed up after I had eaten.

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Top 100 phrasal verbs 1 - 25Top 100 phrasal verbs 26 - 50Top 100 phrasal verbs 51 - 75

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