Top 201 - 225 Phrasal Verbs

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250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs - Top 201 - 225 Phrasal Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 9 of the list of the most common phrasal verbs in English including 201-225 phrasal verbs.

250 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs
to pick outverb

to choose among a group of people or things

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to throw out
to throw outverb

to get rid of something that is no longer needed

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to wipe outverb

to completely eliminate or remove

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to put down
to put downverb

to stop carrying something by putting it on the ground

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to call onverb

to ask or demand a person or organization to do something, usually officially

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to step upverb

to increase the size, amount, intensity, speed, etc. of something

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to look onverb

to watch or observe an event or incident without getting involved

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to get away
to get awayverb

to escape from someone or somewhere

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to name afterverb

to give the first name of a particular person to someone else

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to go atverb

to violently attack someone

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to touch onverb

to briefly mention a subject in written or spoken discussion

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to go on toverb

to pass to doing something once you have finished doing something else

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to turn up
to turn upverb

to turn a switch on a device so that it makes more sound, heat, etc.

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to speak outverb

express one's opinion openly and without fear or hesitation

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to stay away fromverb

to avoid someone or something that might have a negative impact on you

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to play aroundverb

to behave in an irresponsible stupid way

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to make outverb

to kiss and touch someone in a sexual manner

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to get downverb

to quickly lower one's body

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to act onverb

to take action based on someone's advice or information

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to fill outverb

to complete an official form or document by writing information on it

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to reflect onverb

to consider or think carefully and deeply about something; to express an opinion or thought that is the result of a reflection in writing or speech

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to pick up onverb

to detect or become aware of what is difficult to notice

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to lift up
to lift upverb

to take someone or something and move them upward

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to look afterverb

to be in charge of someone and attend to their needs or to take care of something

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to cool downverb

to become or make something cool or cooler

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