Phrases and Phrasal Verbs (Most-Used 500+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 7

Intermediate Deck 7

Total: 20 words

drop off

phrasal verb

to leave someone or something at a particular place

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draw the line

phrase

used to distinguish between related ideas

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in keeping with

phrase

appropriate or expected in a particular situation; in agreement with something

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for the time being

phrase

for a short period; temporarily

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to somebody's credit

phrase

used to indicate the things someone has achieved

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pull out

phrasal verb

to withdraw from or stop being involved in something

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bring in

phrasal verb

​to take somebody to another place or ask them to do a particular job or be involved in something

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hold out

phrasal verb

to physically extend something to someone or something

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bring forward

phrasal verb

to introduce or suggest something for discussion

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blow up

phrasal verb

to fill something with air or gas

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hold back

phrasal verb

to not tell somebody everything you know

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come through

phrasal verb

(of news or a message) to arrive and be received

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come around

phrasal verb

to become conscious after an accident or surgery

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touch on a topic or issue

phrasal verb

​to talk about a subject briefly or without going into detail

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be up to someone or something

phrasal verb

if something is up to someone or something, it means that person or thing is responsible for making a decision or causing particular results

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put up with

phrasal verb

to accept an unpleasant or annoying situation, experience, or person without complaining; to tolerate

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ballpark figure / ballpark

phrase

an approximate number or estimate

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in the pipeline

idiom

the state of being planned, processed, or developed; awaiting completion

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push the envelope

phrase

to approach or go beyond the limits of what is allowed or possible

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get something across

phrasal verb

to communicate an idea or message or to be understood

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