|hand something in
|Hand in your homework before you leave.
|hand something out
|give something to a group of people
|The teacher is handing out the worksheets.
|hand something over
|Your knife, hand it over.
|stay positive (informal)
|Hang in there, the semester is almost over.
|Hang on, I will be right back.
|spend time together(informal)
|Do you want to hang out tonight?
|end the call
|I hate it when she hangs up on my face.
|Hold on, I am coming.
|Hold onto your hat, it's windy.
|know it's value
|Hold onto your kids, they are all you've got.
|The guy kept on looking at me all night.
|don't let enter
|Keep the pets out of the bedroom.
|continue at same level
|Well done Charlie, keep up the good work.
|She lays out a fortune on jewelry.
|let someone down
|I am counting on you, please don't let me down this time.
|let someone in
|allow to enter
|Let James in, he is with me.
|take care of
|You go to your meeting, I will look after the kids.
|look down on
|He always looks down on me just because I didn't finish college.
|try to find
|Are you looking for your keys?
|look forward to
|be excited about
|I'm looking forward to meeting that girl.
|look out / watch out
|Look out! the dog doesn't seem friendly.
|look out for
|Look out for wild dogs when you are traveling abroad.
|search in dictionary / encyclopedia
|You should Look up the words you don't know on this website.
|make something up
|lie about something
|Don't make things up, tell him the truth.
|justify a mistake
|I am guilty, I will do anything to make it up to you.
|put on cosmetics
|Make me up pretty, I want to look good tonight.
|Don't mix up phrasal verbs look after and take after?
|She got sick after his mother passed away.
|She just passed out when we were walking.
|pass something out
|give something to people
|The teacher started passing out the exams at noon.
|pay for something
|Whoever did this is going to pay for it.
|I Picked out the ones you like.
|show with finger
|The lady pointed out who tried to steal her purse.
|put someone down
|He put me down in front of everybody.
|Good news! The teacher put off the exam.
|Use the fire extinguisher to put out small fires.
|put up with
|He is so annoying, I can't put up with him anymore.
|to clothe oneself
|Put on your jacket, it's getting cold.
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