PHRASAL VERBS ASK ASK DOWN : invite (a person) to come downstairs They asked me down to talk to them.
PHRASAL VERBS ASK ask after someone: ask about a person, his health, etc. Lucy has asked after your mom.
PHRASAL VERBS ASK ask for : request The sales manager asked for a new extension
PHRASAL VERBS ASK ask in: invite (a person) into a house (usually separated) Ask your new friend in; we would all like to meet him.
PHRASAL VERBS ASK ask out: invite (a person) to any form of entertainment. Barbara's friends always ask her out.
PHRASAL VERBS ASK ask up : invite (a person) to come upstairs The invalid asked Ann up to talk to her.
PHRASAL VERBS BACK back away : move back slowly (in the face of danger) The robbers backed away when they saw the fierce dog
PHRASAL VERBS BACK back down : give up a claim The claimant backed down and was content to take his share.
PHRASAL VERBS BACK back down from : withdraw, avoid The new president never backs down from a challenge .
PHRASAL VERBS BACK back off : not follow a threat, give up a claim She backed off when I insisted on paying for the damages.
PHRASAL VERBS BACK back out : break a promise Kevin promised me a trip, but he finally backed out of his promise.
PHRASAL VERBS BACK back out of : withdraw from He had to back out of the deal owing to his recent misfortunes.
PHRASAL VERBS BACK back up Support (a claim or a person), confirm All of us will back you up at the election. move in reverse, Could you please back up your car a little? make a protection copy Before my computer crashed, I could back all my files up.
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