|do something over||do again||I have to do the project over because I used the wrong data.|
|dress up||wear nice clothing||They dressed up for their anniversary.|
|drop back||move back in a position/group||The troops dropped back after the big explosion.|
|drop in/by||come without an appointment||What are the drop in hours for the clinic?|
|drop someone / something off||deliver one or something some place||Just drop me off by the market, I will walk home.|
|drop out||quit a class, school etc||I dropped out of high school because I started working.|
|eat out||eat a meal at a restaurant||We eat out every weekend.|
|end up||eventually decide to, to end with||I don't want to end up buying a new house.|
|fall apart||break into pieces||This is not good, my entire plan is falling apart.|
|fall for||be tricked by, believe||I can't believe you fell for his lies.|
|figure out||find a solution by thinking||I can't figure out how to solve this problem.|
|fill in||to write in blanks||Please fill in the form.|
|fill something out||to write information in blanks||Fill out an application.|
|fill something up||fill to the top||Fill the bottles up with water.|
|find out||discover||What if she finds out that you are lying?|
|get along with||like each other||Do you get along with your in-laws?|
|get away||go on vacation||I feel so tired, I just want to get away.|
|get away with something||do without being seen or punished||Do you think we can get away with cheating?|
|get back||return||I need to get back to work.|
|get on/in something||step onto a vehicle||Come on, get in the car.|
|get over something||recover from an illness, difficulty||You can' be sick this weekend, please get over it.|
|get over something||overcome a problem||I just want to get over this school project.|
|get to someone/something||reach||They know where he is, they finally got to him.|
|get to do something||have the opportunity||I get to go out with the most wonderful girl tonight.|
|get together||meet ( usually for social reason)||Lets get together for a BBQ this weekend|
|get up||get out of bed||I feel sleepy, I got up so early today.|
|get up||stand||Get up, we need to go, it's getting late.|
|give someone away||reveal one's secret||He will go to jail if you give him away.|
|give something away||give something for free||They are giving away free books at the library.|
|give something up||quit a habit||He needs to give up smoking.|
|give up||stop fighting||She is very passionate, she won't give up easily.|
|go after someone||follow someone||Make sure nobody is coming after us.||go ahead||start, proceed||Go ahead and press the search button.|
|go back||to return||I need to go back to school.|
|go out||leave home and go on a social event||Are you going out tonight?|
|go out with someone||date||Do you think she will go out with me?|
|go over something||review||We will go over the phrasal verbs before the exam.|
|grow apart>||stop being close over time||Mathew and Anna grew apart after they started college.|
|grow up||become older||She has grown up since the last time I saw her.|
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