|run into||meet unexpectedly||Have you seen Mike lately? Yeah, I ran into him at the mall today.|
|run over||drive over a with a vehicle||Be careful, we don't want to run over anybody.|
|run away||escape||You can't run away from me!|
|run out||have no more of something||We are running out of gas.|
|set someone up||trap||Someone set Lincoln up and he ended up going to jail.|
|shop around||shopping at different places, comparing prices||I am shopping around to see which one is the best for me.|
|show off||display proudly, pretentiously||She loves to show off her new pendant.|
|sleep over||spend the night at somewhere (informal)||Jamie is going to sleep over at my sister's house tonight.|
|stick to something||stay with||You should stick to football, you are not a baseball person.|
|switch off||turn off, cut the power||Switch off the light so we can sleep.|
|switch on||turn on||Don't switch on the light, Sarah is asleep.|
|take after someone||resemble||I am not like mom, I must have taken after my dad.|
|take apart||break into pieces (purposely)||He took apart the clock so that he can fix it.|
|take off||start to fly||Aircraft are ready to take off.||take something off||remove (clothing)||Why don't you take off your shoes?|
|take someone out||take someone to somewhere||I will take the kids out for a walk.|
|tear up||rip into pieces||I am going to tear up the boxes to recycle.|
|think over||contemplate (rethink)||I will think it over and answer you.|
|throw away||get rid of||Should I throw away the old lamb?|
|turn down||decrease the level||Can you turn down the radio? I have a headache.|
|turn down||refuse an offer||We are going out right? Don't turn me down please.|
|turn off||disconnect power supply, switch off||Turn off your laptop before you sleep.|
|turn on||start, switch on||Turn on the TV, I want to watch the news.|
|turn up||increase the level||Can you turn up the heat? I am cold.|
|try something on||put on a garment to see if it's good||I like this suit, I want to try it on|
|try out||put to a test||I am going to try out this new shampoo.|
|use something up||finish||It used up all the fuel in the tank.|
|wake up||stop sleeping||I woke up early today to study phrasal verbs.|
|warm up||prepare for exercise||You should warm up before you start lifting weights.|
|warm up||increase the temperature||Can you warm up the food for me?|
|watch out for||be careful about||Watch out for the dogs!|
|wear out||become exhausted||This hiking has worn me out, I can't walk anymore.|
|work out||exercise||Arnold works out at the gym 7 days a week.|
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