Phrasal Verbs



Phrasal Verbs :



Many English verbs occur with one or more prepositions or adverbs where the meaning is not really apparent from the different elements. Here is a list of many of these combinations for the verbs. We have omitted most of the forms considered slang.

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Phrasal Verbs : E



  1. Eat into : deplete
    The number of returns began to eat into their profits.

  2. Eat out : dine in a restaurant
    Do you eat out often?

  3. Eat up : enjoy enormously
    She ate up the evening's entertainment.

  4. End up : reach a place
    I don't know how. but I ended up in Cleveland.

  5. Enter into : take an active role in
    He entered into politics late in life.

  6. Enter on : set out, begin
    Today we enter on the new phase of our project.

  7. Enter upon : set out, begin
    Today we enter on the new phase of our project.

  8. Explain away : minimize
    He kept trying to explain away the illegal contributions.




Phrasal Verbs in Alphabetical Order

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M
N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z


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