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English Grammar – Phrasal Verbs 11

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Mooch around – Spend time doing little or nothing.
Mop up – Resolve a problem.
Mop up – Kill or capture the last few enemy soldiers after a victory.
Mop up – Eat a sauce with bread to finish it.
Mop up – Remove a liquid that has been spilt.
Mope about – Move around being miserable.
Mope around – Move around being miserable.
Mount up – Increase over time.
Mouth off – Speak angrily about something.
Move ahead – Make progress, often after a pause or delay.
Move along – Tell someone to move from a place.
Move along – Develop or progress in a reasonable or satisfactory manner.
Move away – Leave the area where you have been living.
Move away from – Stop doing or using something to change to something different.
Move down – Move a student to a lower level.
Move in-  Start living in a place.
Move in – on Approach, often stealthily.
Move into – Start living in a place.
Move on – Change the subject or your job.
Move on – Make people move from a place.
Move out – Leave a place you live or work in.
Move out – Remove.
Move out – Change lane or position to pass a vehicle.
Move up – Move to make space.
Move up – Move to a higher level.
Muddle along – Continue without a clear aim or plan.
Muddle through – Do or achieve something without knowing what is required or having a plan.
Muddle up – Take things that are ordered or sequenced and mess them up.
Muddle up – Mistake a person or thing for someone or something else because they look similar.
Mug up – Study quickly, revise.
Mull over – Think about an issue or problem.
Muscle in on – Become involved in something despite opposition to your involvement.
Muscle into – Become involved even though there is opposition to your involvement.
Muscle out – Use power, contacts, etc, to force someone out.
Naff off – Get lost, go away (used as imperative).
Nag at – Repeatedly criticise someone verbally.
Nail down – Succeed in getting, achieve.
Nail down – Understand fully.
Nail down – Get full information from someone.
Nail down – Succeed or achieve something.
Name after – Give someone a name to remember another person.
Narrow down – Remove less important options to make it easier to choose.
Nerd out – Play safe and avoid taking a risk.
Nerd out – Discuss something in great detail.
Nip off – Go somewhere quickly.
Nod off – Fall asleep.
Nod through – Pass a law, regulation, etc, without considering or debating it seriously.
Nose about – Look for something hidden or secret.
Nose out – Narrowly beat someone.
Note down – Write something short like a phone number for future reference..
Nut out – Find an answer to a problem.