Top 176 - 200 Phrasal Verbs

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250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs - Top 176 - 200 Phrasal Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 8 of the list of the most common phrasal verbs in English including 176-200 phrasal verbs.

250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs
to go out toverb

(of one's thoughts) to feel sorry for someone and hope that they will get through the difficult situation they are in

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to call inverb

to request someone's aid or services

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to walk outverb

to leave suddenly, especially to show discontent

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to come afterverb

to follow or Pursue

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to zoom inverb

to adjust the lens of a camera in a way that makes the person or thing being filmed or photographed appear closer or larger

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to stand byverb

to do nothing when it is necessary

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to get away withverb

to escape punishment for one's wrong actions

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to move upverb

to move upward to a higher level, grade, or class

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to add upverb

to make sense or seem reasonable

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to move awayverb

to relocate to or go to live in another area

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to light upverb

to make something bright by means of color or light

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to get aboutverb

to move from one place or person to another

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to come out withverb

to suddenly say something, especially in a rude or surprising way

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to weigh inverb

to find one's weight, especially in an official measurement before or after a contest

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to play onverb

to take advantage of someone’s weaknesses or feelings

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to break intoverb

to enter or open a building, car, etc. by force, especially to steal something

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to work throughverb

to deal with a problem, especially an emotional one, step by step and go through a process of accepting it

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to cut downverb

to cut through something at its base in order to make it fall

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to pull offverb

to be successful in doing something, such as achieving a goal, etc.

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to spread outverb

to separate a group of things and arrange or place them over a large area

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to go over toverb

‌to change one's allegiance and join a different, and usually opposing group

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to lock inverb

to shut someone or oneself into a place by locking the door

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to get away fromverb

to start talking about something that is different from the topic of the discussion

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to break out
to break outverb

to escape from a place of confinement

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to come byverb

to make a short and casual visit to a place

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