Top 151 - 175 Phrasal Verbs

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250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs - Top 151 - 175 Phrasal Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 7 of the list of the most common phrasal verbs in English including 151-175 phrasal verbs.

250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs
to show offverb

to act in a way that is intended to impress others

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to run throughverb

to go over, read, or explain something quickly

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to stick aroundverb

to remain in a place, often waiting for something

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to get together
to get togetherverb

to meet with a person in order to cooperate or socialize

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to hold inverb

to suppress the expression of your feelings

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to roll outverb

to officially introduce or launch a new product, service, or system

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to check in
to check inverb

to arrive and fill in your name in a hotel or airport

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to fill upverb

to make something become full

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to go aboutverb

to carry on or start dealing with an activity

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to follow upverb

to do something right after another to increase its chances of success

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to bring outverb

to take something out of an enclosed space

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to look throughverb

to quickly read written material; to examine something quickly

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to call outverb

to order or summon into service

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to set inverb

(of something unpleasant) to begin and seem unlikely to stop

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to help outverb

to help someone, especially to make it easier for them to do something

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to come out inverb

(of a person's skin) to become covered in spots or a similar condition because of a sickness or allergy

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to fall down
to fall downverb

to collapse or fall to the ground

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to take downverb

to bring or move to a lower position

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to wrap upverb

to enclose or cover in paper, etc.

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to come forverb

to search in order to get or catch something or someone

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to heat up
to heat upverb

to make something warm or hot

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to fall onverb

to acquire or be assigned to a new responsibility

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to try outverb

to test something new or different to see how good or effective it is

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to come aroundverb

to completely change one's decision or opinion

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to get atverb

to be able to have access to or reach something

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