Top 51 - 75 Phrasal Verbs

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250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs - Top 51 - 75 Phrasal Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 3 of the list of the most common phrasal verbs in English including 51-75 phrasal verbs.

250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs
to come back toverb

to start talking about a certain topic or idea again

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to take onverb

to play or compete against someone in a game or contest; to fight against someone

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to take oververb

to take control and begin to be in charge of something

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to rely on
to rely onverb

to put trust or have faith in someone or something

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to bring up
to bring upverb

to look after a child until they reach maturity

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to reach outverb

to contact someone to obtain assistance or help

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to come togetherverb

(of people or things) to form a united group

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to result inverb

to cause something to occur

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to sign upverb

to sign a contract agreeing to do a job

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to stand up
to stand upverb

to rise to our feet; to get up on our feet

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to look backverb

to look toward one's back

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to get backverb

to return to a place

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to get throughverb

to endure and overcome a difficult situation

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to look upverb

to raise one's eyes just as one is looking down at something

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to engage inverb

to be involved in a particular thing

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to take outverb

to remove from somewhere or something

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to put out
to put outverb

to make something stop burning or shining

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to go aroundverb

to spin or revolve in a circle

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to get back toverb

to talk to someone, usually on the telephone, for the second time about a specific subject to give them some information that they have asked for, or because you could not speak to them earlier

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to live onverb

to continue to exist or remain alive

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to come throughverb

to succeed in surviving or dealing with a difficult or dangerous situation

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to slow downverb

to become slower

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to start outverb

to begin to act, happen, or move

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to build upverb

to increase in power, intensity, or quantity

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to start offverb

to begin to act, happen, or move

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