Phrases and Phrasal Verbs (Most-Used 500+ Terms)/
Beginner Deck 9

Beginner Deck 9

Total: 20 words

all along

phrase

all the time; from the beginning

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close down

phrasal verb

to stop the operations of a business or organization

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go for

phrasal verb

to try to attain, get, or obtain

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take up

phrasal verb

to fill or use an amount of space or time

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run into

phrasal verb

to meet someone by chance

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keep up / keep up with

phrasal verb

to move or progress at the same speed as others

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go wrong

phrase

to stop working

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bring out

phrasal verb

to produce or publish something for sale

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shut up

phrasal verb

to stop talking or to make someone do this

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give away

phrasal verb

to give something for free

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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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break off

phrasal verb

to separate or be separated from another

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turn back

phrasal verb

to return in the direction you have come from, or to make someone or something do this

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line up

phrasal verb

to prepare or arrange for something to happen

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break up

phrasal verb

to separate into smaller pieces; to divide

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hang on

phrasal verb

to hold or continue holding onto someone or something

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hand over

phrasal verb

to give something to someone

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give out

phrasal verb

to end or to stop functioning

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in order to

phrase

means for the purpose of

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in order that

phrase

means so that something can happen

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