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    Phrasal Verb A

    Phrasal Verb
    Definition
    Example
    
    act up
    behave or function improperly
    I think I need to take my car to the mechanic because it’s acting up again.
    
    add * up +
    calculate a sum
    I added up the receipts and it totaled $135.46.
    
    add up to +
    equal an amount
    The total expenses added up to $325.00.
    
    add up
    make sense
    Her story doesn’t add up. I think she is lying.
    
    ask * out +
    invite on a date
    I can’t believe that Joe finally asked me out on a date!
    
    ask * over +
    invite to one’s home
    Why don’t we ask the Johnsons over for dinner?
    
    
    Phrasal Verb B

    Phrasal Verb
    Definition
    Example
    
    back down
    stop defending your opinion in a debate
    Jane never backs down. She always wins arguments.
    
    back out
    not keep (a promise, agreement,deal)
    Sam backed out at the last second.
    
    back out of +
    not keep (a promise, agreement, deal)
    Sam backed out of the agreement at the last second.
    
    back * up +
    give support
    You need examples to back up your opinion.
    
    back up
    move backwards, reverse
    Could you back up a little so I can open this drawer.
    
    bawl * out
    criticize, reprimand (inf.)
    She bawled him out for arriving late.
    
    bear down on +
    bite
    The soldier had to bear down on the leather strap while the doctor removed a bullet from the soldier’s arm.
    
    bear down on +
    take strong measures against
    The U.S.A. is bearing down on drug traffickers.
    
    bear on +
    have to do with
    This information may bear on this case.
    
    bear up
    withstand
    I didn’t think he would bear up so well in that situation.
    
    bear up under +
    withstand
    How did he bear up under such extreme pressure.
    
    bear with +
    be patient
    Please bear with me while I fill out the paperwork.
    
    blow in
    visit unexpectedly (inf.)
    My cousin blew in unexpectedly with his entire family.
    
    blow over
    pass without creating a problem
    All this negative publicity will blow over in a couple of weeks.
    
    blow * up +
    make explode;destroy using explosives
    The terrorists blew the bridge up.
    
    blow up
    explode
    The bomb blew up before they could defuse it.
    
    blow up
    suddenly become very angry
    When Joan heard the news, she blew up and rushed out of the room.
    
    break * down +
    analyze in detail
    We need to break this problem down in order to solve.
    
    break down
    stop working properly
    The truck broke down in the desert.
    
    break down
    become mentally ill
    She broke down after her husband died.
    
    break * in +
    wear or use something new until it is comfortable
    I need to break these shoes in before I go hiking.
    
    break in
    interrupt
    While we were discussing the situation, Terri broke in to give her opinion.
    
    break in
    enter a place unlawfully
    The burglar broke in between midnight and 3 AM.
    
    break in on +
    interrupt (a conversation)
    Jane broke in on the conversation and told us to get back to work.
    
    break into +
    enter a house unlawfully
    The burglar broke into the house between midnight and 3 AM.
    
    break into +
    interrupt (a conversation)
    Jane broke into the conversation and told us what she knew.
    
    break * off +
    end something
    Sally broke her engagement to John off.
    
    break out
    appear violently
    Violent protests broke out in response to the military coup.
    
    break out +
    use something extravagant for celebration
    He broke out the champagne to celebrate his promotion.
    
    break out of +
    escape
    The murderer broke out of the prison.
    
    break * up +
    break into pieces
    I broke the cracker up into pieces and put it in the soup.
    
    break * up +
    disperse (a crowd), stop (a fight)
    The police broke the demonstration up before it got out of control.
    
    break up
    end a relationship
    Sam and Diane broke up again. What a rocky relationship.
    
    bring * about +
    cause to happen
    Democracy brought about great change in the lives of the people.
    
    bring * along +
    bring with
    When we go to the forest, bring your wildlife guide along.
    
    bring * around
    change someone’s mind, convince someone
    She doesn’t want to go, but we’ll eventually bring her around.
    
    bring * away
    learn or gain (from an experience)
    My trip across the Sahara was difficult, but I
     
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