Top 101 - 125 Phrasal Verbs

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250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs - Top 101 - 125 Phrasal Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 5 of the list of the most common phrasal verbs in English including 101-125 phrasal verbs.

250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs
to keep upverb

to maintain something at a high level or in an efficient state

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to come offverb

to become or be able to be detached or removed from something

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to take awayverb

to remove something from someone or someplace so that they no longer have it

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to cut offverb

to remove something by cutting with a sharp implement

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to go after
to go afterverb

to pursue or try to catch someone or something

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to break up
to break upverb

to end a relationship, typically a romantic or sexual one

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to care forverb

to provide treatment for or look after a person or an animal that is sick or injured

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to get oververb

to recover from an unpleasant or unhappy experience, particularly an illness

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to stand outverb

to be prominent and easily noticeable

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to walk awayverb

to leave a situation, place, or person instead of staying

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to line upverb

to stand or be arranged in a line or row

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to pop up
to pop upverb

to appear or occur suddenly or unexpectedly

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to get off
to get offverb

to leave a bus, train, airplane, etc.

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to put upverb

to place something somewhere noticeable

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to come alongverb

to go someplace with another person

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to give away
to give awayverb

to freely give something as a gift or donation to someone

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to run away
to run awayverb

to escape from or suddenly leave a place, situation, or person

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to come down toverb

to be dependent on a single important factor

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to pay offverb

(of a plan or action) to succeed and have good results

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to look forward toverb

to wait with satisfaction for something to happen

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to bring backverb

to make something or someone return or be returned

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to come atverb

to suddenly move toward someone to threaten them or physically attack them

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to go on withverb

to continue an activity

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to blow up
to blow upverb

to cause something to burst or explode

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to pass away
to pass awayverb

to die, used when one does not want to use the word ‘die’

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