Phrases and Phrasal Verbs (Most-Used 500+ Terms)/
Beginner Deck 10

Beginner Deck 10

Total: 20 words

turn out

phrasal verb

to happen, develop, or end in a particular way

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check out

phrasal verb

​to pay your bill and leave a hotel, etc.

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move on

phrasal verb

to start something new, such as an activity or a job

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look around

phrasal verb

to look at or see what is in a specific place

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clean up

phrasal verb

to remove dirt from someone or something

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sit up

phrasal verb

to straighten your body or move into a sitting position

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get in

phrasal verb

to arrive at or enter a place, especially by force or using a trick

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break out

phrasal verb

​(of unpleasant events) to start suddenly

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put off

phrasal verb

to cancel or delay an event or activity by moving it to a later time or date

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make fun of

phrase

to laugh at someone or something in an unkind manner; to mock

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all over again

phrase

to start again from the beginning

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in advance

phrase

before a particular time; before something happens

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catch up

phrasal verb

to reach someone who is ahead by going faster

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give someone a break

idiom

to not be too critical with a person given particular circumstances; to stop criticizing or ridiculing someone

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of course

phrase

used to emphasize that what's being said is true or correct

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deal with

phrasal verb

to be about something

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make sure

phrase

to find out or do something so that one has no doubt about whether something is true, correct, will happen, etc.

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find out

phrasal verb

to learn or discover information about someone or something

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first of all

phrase

before anything else or to begin with; most importantly

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according to

phrase

used to indicate the source of ideas or information

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