Phrases and Phrasal Verbs (Most-Used 500+ Terms)/
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turn out

phrasal verb

to happen, develop, or end in a particular way

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call for

phrasal verb

to need, require, or demand something

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take on

phrasal verb

to hire or employ someone

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in practice

phrase

in reality or what really happens

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take up

phrasal verb

to fill or use an amount of space or time

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by no means

phrase

not at all

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take on

phrasal verb

to undertake or accept something, such as a job, challenge, contest, responsibility, etc.

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put forward

phrasal verb

to suggest or offer an idea or opinion for discussion

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for the time being

phrase

for a short period; temporarily

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bring out

phrasal verb

​to make something visible or noticeable

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bring about

phrasal verb

to cause something to happen

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drop off

phrasal verb

to leave someone or something at a particular place

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all over again

phrase

to start again from the beginning

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sort out

phrasal verb

to understand or to solve something, especially a problem

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make up for

phrasal verb

to do something good in order to correct a mistake or a bad situation, especially as an apology

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