 A phrasal verb is a verb plus a preposition or adverb which creates a meaning different from the original verb.
 ask someone out: invite on a date. ask around: ask many people the same question. break down: stop functioning (vehicl...
 call something off; cancel calm down: relax after being angry dress up: wear nice clothing drop someone/something off...
 eat out: eat at a restaurant end up: eventually reach/do/decide fall apart: break into pieces figure something out: u...
 Get something across/over: communicate, make  understandable get away: go on a vacation hang out: spend time relaxing ...
 hold on: wait a short time keep something from someone: not tell keep something up: continue at the same rate look af...
 look forward to something: be excited about the  future make something up: invent, lie about something mix something u...
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Phrasal

  1. 1.  A phrasal verb is a verb plus a preposition or adverb which creates a meaning different from the original verb.
  2. 2.  ask someone out: invite on a date. ask around: ask many people the same question. break down: stop functioning (vehicle, machine) break down: get upset.
  3. 3.  call something off; cancel calm down: relax after being angry dress up: wear nice clothing drop someone/something off; take someone/something somewhere and leave them/it there
  4. 4.  eat out: eat at a restaurant end up: eventually reach/do/decide fall apart: break into pieces figure something out: understand, find the answer
  5. 5.  Get something across/over: communicate, make understandable get away: go on a vacation hang out: spend time relaxing (informal)
  6. 6.  hold on: wait a short time keep something from someone: not tell keep something up: continue at the same rate look after someone/something: take care of
  7. 7.  look forward to something: be excited about the future make something up: invent, lie about something mix something up: confuse two or more things
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