Phrases and Phrasal Verbs (Most-Used 500+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 6

Intermediate Deck 6

Total: 20 words

for that matter

phrase

in addition; used when adding a comment to something that was just said

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by no means

phrase

not at all

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quid pro quo

phrase

a thing given in return for something else

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set off

phrasal verb

to start or cause something to start or happen, especially a loud noise, a journey, or an activity

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hold back

phrasal verb

to prevent somebody or something from moving forward, doing something, or making progress

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get into

phrasal verb

to be chosen or accepted

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in a sense / in some sense

phrase

in a/some way; from one point of view; partly

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go with

phrasal verb

to accept an idea or agree with a person

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get back to

phrasal verb

to return to something, such as a place, an activity, etc.

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get through

phrasal verb

to succeed, complete, reach, or solve something; to deal with something or someone

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call on / call upon

phrasal verb

to ask or demand someone in a formal way to do something

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regardless of

phrase

without being affected or influenced by anything else that happens or exists

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as of

phrase

used to show the time or date from which something begins or ends

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stick with / be stuck with

phrasal verb

to be burdened by someone or something

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as a matter of fact

phrase

used to emphasize that something is true, usually to add more details

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make it

phrase

to be successful in or to achieve something

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do one's best

phrase

to do as much as you can to try to achieve something

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pass out

phrasal verb

to become unconscious, for example when ill, badly hurt, or drunk

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hold up

phrasal verb

​to remain strong, successful, able to operate or do things effectively

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to date

phrase

until now

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