Top 76 - 100 Phrasal Verbs

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250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs - Top 76 - 100 Phrasal Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 4 of the list of the most common phrasal verbs in English including 76-100 phrasal verbs.

250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs
to take upverb

to fill or occupy a particular amount of space or time

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to go offverb

(of a gun, bomb, etc.) to be fired or to explode

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to fall inverb

to cave in or collapse inward

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to contribute toverb

to help to cause or be one of the causes of a situation or an event

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to come acrossverb

to discover, meet, or find someone or something by accident

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to pull out
to pull outverb

to take and bring something out

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to come oververb

to come to someone’s house in order to visit them for a short time

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to hold upverb

to wait or to stop proceeding

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to turn around
to turn aroundverb

to turn something or ourselves in another direction

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to move in
to move inverb

to begin to live in a new house or work in a new office

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to stick toverb

to continue doing something even though there are some hardships

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to look intoverb

to try to find out the facts and solve something such as a crime, problem, etc.

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to look aroundverb

to turn our head to see around us

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to call forverb

to make something required, necessary, or appropriate

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to write down
to write downverb

to record something on a piece of paper by writing

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to run intoverb

to meet someone by chance and unexpectedly

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to fall intoverb

to accidentally go down into something

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to turn off
to turn offverb

to cause a machine or piece of electrical equipment to stop operating by pushing a button, moving a switch, or turning a key

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to go byverb

to pass, in space or time

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to go forwardverb

to go or travel onward in space or time

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to stand forverb

to represent something in the form of an abbreviation or symbol

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to stick withverb

to continue doing something

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to walk intoverb

to become involved in something unpleasant because of carelessness or ignorance

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to shut downverb

to stop or make something stop working

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to take inverb

to provide shelter for; to receive as a guest

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