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English Grammar – Phrasal Verbs 10

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Magic away – Make something disappear quickly.
Make after – Chase.
Make away with – Steal.
Make for – Head in a certain direction.
Make for – Produce a result or situation.
Make into – Change something into something else.
Make it – Arrive or get a result.
Make it up to – Try to compensate for doing something wrong.
Make of – Understand or have an opinion.
Make off – Leave somewhere in a hurry.
Make off with – Steal.
Make out – Make a cheque payable to somebody.
Make out – Pretend.
Make out – Progress.
Make out – Discern a small detail.
Make out – Be able to see or hear something.
Make over – Change appearance.
Make over – Give money or possessions to someone in a legal way.
Make towards – Head in the direction.
Make up – Stop being angry with someone.
Make up – Put on cosmetics.
Make up – Invent a story.
Make up – for Compensate.
Make up – to Increase a sum received to a higher figure.
Make with – Give (usually used as an imperative).
Man up – Behave with courage or conviction.
Mark down – Reduce the price of something.
Mark out – Draw lines to enclose an area.
Mark out – for Show promise for the future.
Mark out – from Stand out because of certain qualities.
Mark up – Increase the price of something.
Mash up – Crush something until it becomes a paste.
Mash up – Break or damage.
Max out – Take something to the limit, reach a limit.
Measure off – Measure something and mark the point where it ends or will be cut.
Measure off – Mark a length on something to cut it.
Measure out – Weigh or measure an exact amount.
Measure up – Find the size of something.
Measure up – Be good enough, meet the required standard.
Measure up – Be good enough.
Measure up – Find out the size of something.
Measure up – to Be good enough or worthy of something.
Meet with – Have something happen to you.
Mess about – Treat someone badly.
Mess around – Not be serious, play with something.
Mess around – Treat someone badly.
Mess around with – Try to improve something, usually making things worse.
Mess over – Treat someone badly.
Mess up – Spoil or ruin.
Mess up – Make something untidy or dirty.
Mess up – Cause mental, physical or emotional problems.
Mess with – Annoy, bother.
Mess with – Associate (negative).
Miss out – Not do something enjoyable or rewarding.
Miss out – Not include.
Miss out – on Lose a chance, fail to achieve.
Mix up – Make something lively.
Mock up – Make a model of something to show or test it.
Moggy off – Leave (‘moggie off’ is also used.)
Mooch about – Spend time doing little or nothing.