|ask someone out||invite on a date||Why don't you ask Carla out to dinner?|
|ask around||ask different people||I asked around but nobody is helping.|
|add up to something||to combine||Your savings will add up over time.|
|back something up||reverse||Back up your truck so I park.|
|back someone up||support||We will back you up financially.|
|blow up||explode||They blew up the tanks.|
|blow something up||add air||Blow up the balloons.|
|break up||to separate||Katie broke up with her boyfriend.|
|break down||stop functioning||My car broke down in the middle of the road.|
|break something down||divide into smaller parts||Break it down so we can understand better.|
|break in||Entering by force||The thief must have broken in from the back door.|
|break into something||enter by force||Someone broke into my car yesterday night.|
|break out||escape||Michael broke out of Fox River penitentiary.|
|bring someone down||make unhappy||Don't let your relationship bring you down.|
|bring up||to raise||Jessica was brought up by her grandparents.|
|bring something up||start talking about a subject||You shouldn't bring up this subject when you are in public.|
|call around||phone different people||I was calling around all morning to book our flights.|
|call someone back||return a phone call||I will call you back when I finish my homework.|
|call something off||cancel||It's false alarm, you can call it off.|
|call someone up||phone||Call me up when you are in town.|
|calm down||to relax||You can't think right, you need to calm down.|
|catch up||get to the same point||You two start running, I will catch up to you.|
|check in||arrive and register||Let's check in first and then we can go to the rooms.|
|check out||leave a hotel>||Wait for me, I need to check out and return the keys.|
|check someone/something out||look at carefully, to investigate||They are checking us out before hiring.|
|check out||look at||Check out that girl with blue shirt.|
|cheer one up||make happier||Don't worry, I know how to cheer her up.|
|chip in||help||Everybody chipped in to gather that much money.|
|clean up||to clean, tidy||Clean up your bedroom tonight.|
|come across||find unexpectedly||I came across these old photos when I was cleaning up my room.|
|come apart||separate||The sides of the box come apart.|
|come forward||to volunteer||I will award whomever comes forward for this job.|
|come up with||think of||Russell came up with a brilliant idea.|
|count on||rely on||I can count on this phrasal verbs list for tomorrow's grammar quiz.|
|cross something out||draw a line through||Please cross those numbers out, they are invalid.|
|cut down||make something fall to the ground||They cut down all the trees.|
|cut in||interrupt||I couldn't have a nice conversation with him because his friend kept on cutting in.|
|cut off||remove with something sharp||They will cut off the stitches next week.|
|cut off||stop providing||Are you saying that you couldn't do the homework because the electricity was cut off?|
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