Phrases and Phrasal Verbs (Most-Used 500+ Terms)/
Beginner Deck 2

Beginner Deck 2

Total: 20 words

in general

phrase

as a whole

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go over

phrasal verb

to rehearse or practice

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put out

phrasal verb

to publish or broadcast something

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to the extent / to some extent

phrase

​used to show how far something is true or how great an effect it has

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put down

phrasal verb

to belittle yourself or someone; to treat someone with humiliating contempt

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show up

phrasal verb

to appear or reveal

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come up

phrasal verb

to arise, emerge, or occur

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so far

phrase

until now or up to this point

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point out

phrasal verb

to indicate or specify a fact or mistake to make someone aware of it

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set up

phrasal verb

to create, build, or arrange something

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put together

phrasal verb

to assemble, create, build, or organize

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fall apart

phrasal verb

to be in very bad condition so that parts are breaking off

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after all

phrase

used to introduce a statement that supports or helps explain what you have just said

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take out

phrasal verb

to go somewhere with someone and usually pay for them

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go off

phrasal verb

to leave a place and go somewhere else

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throw out

phrasal verb

to dump, remove, or eliminate something that you no longer want

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make up

phrasal verb

to invent a story, detail, etc., especially in order to trick or entertain somebody

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have a part or role / play a part or role

phrase

to take part; to become involved in a situation

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take advantage

phrase

to make use of something or someone, usually in an unfair or dishonest way

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in favor of

phrase

to support and agree with someone or something; to approve of a plan or idea

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