Top 26 - 50 Phrasal Verbs

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250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs - Top 26 - 50 Phrasal Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 2 of the list of the most common phrasal verbs in English including 26-50 phrasal verbs.

250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs
to put on
to put onverb

to put a piece of clothing on one's or someone else's body

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to ask for
to ask forverb

to state that one wants to see or speak to someone specific

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to open upverb

to open a locked door, container, etc.

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to get up
to get upverb

to wake up and get out of bed

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to put inverb

to place an object into position or into another object

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to wake up
to wake upverb

to stop sleeping

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to move onverb

to accept a change or a new situation and be ready to continue with your life and deal with new experiences, especially after a bad experience such as a breakup

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to turn on
to turn onverb

to cause a machine or piece of electrical equipment to operate, typically by pushing a button or turning a key

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to point outverb

to show something to someone by pointing one's finger toward it

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to hear fromverb

to be contacted by someone, usually by letter, email, or phone call

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to get outverb

to leave somewhere such as a room, building, etc.

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to give upverb

to stop trying when faced with failures

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to go over
to go oververb

to carefully check something

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to get on
to get onverb

to enter a bus, ship, airplane, etc.

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to turn intoverb

to change and become something else

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to bring inverb

to move someone or something indoors

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to hang out
to hang outverb

to spend much time in a specific place or with someone particular

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to go away
to go awayverb

to leave or travel away from a place or a person

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to associate withverb

to spend time with someone or a group of people

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to take off
to take offverb

to remove a piece of clothing from one's or another's body

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to agree withverb

to think something is suitable to do

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to turn toverb

to get advice or help from someone

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to break downverb

(of a machine or vehicle) to stop working as a result of a defect

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to keep inverb

to not let someone leave a particular place

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to hear ofverb

to be informed of something; or to know about or be aware of the existence of someone or something

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