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English Grammar – Phrasal Verbs 12

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Occur to – Enter one’s mind.
Open up – Start to talk freely about something.
Open up – Open a shop or business for the day.
Open up – Allow goods into a market.
Operate on – Perform surgery.
Opt for – Choose.
Opt in – Choose to be part or a member of something.
Opt into – Choose to be a member or part of something.
Opt out – Choose not to be part of something.
Owe to – Be the reason for something.
Own up – Confess.
Pack away – Put something where it belongs.
Pack in – Stop doing something.
Pack in – End a relationship.
Pack in – Fill a venue.
Pack in – Break down, stop working.
Pack it in – Stop doing something (used as an imperative).
Pack off – Send someone away.
Pack out – Fill a venue.
Pack up Stop doing something.
Pack up – Finish work.
Pack up – Break down, stop working.
Pack up – Collect things and put them where you keep them.
Pad down – Sleep somewhere for the night.
Pad out – Make a text longer by including extra content, often content that isn’t particularly relevant.
Pair off – Begin a romantic relationship.
Pair off – Introduce people, hoping they will start a relationship.
Pair off – Form pairs.
Pair off with – Form a pair with someone.
Pair up – Form a pair.
Pal around – Be friendly and spend time with someone.
Pal up – Become friends.
Palm off – Get someone to accept something that isn’t true.
Palm off – Pretend something is better than it is in order to sell it.
Pan out – The way a situation develops.
Paper over – Try to conceal a problem without really fixing it.
Pare back – If you pare something back, you reduce the size or numbers.
Pare down – Reduce, decrease.
Part with – Give something away, especially when you don’t want to.
Pass around – Give out to everybody there.
Pass as – Be believed to be something.
Pass away – Die.
Pass back – Return.
Pass by – Go past without stopping.
Pass by – Visit briefly.
Pass by – Miss an opportunity.
Pass down – Transmit information or give property to younger generations.
Pass for – Be accepted as something, usually when not.
Pass off – Convince something that something is real.
Pass off – Happen in a certain way.
Pass on – Give a message to someone.
Pass on – Decline an invitation or opportunity.
Pass on – Die.
Pass on to – Change topic or subject.
Pass out – Faint, lose consciousness.
Pass out – Distribute.
Pass over – Ignore someone and give a job, reward, etc, to someone more junior.
Pass over – Ignore, refuse to discuss.
Pass round – Distribute, give to people present.
Pass through – Visit a place without stopping or only stopping briefly.
Pass to – Give ownership or responsibility to someone.
Pass to – Become owner of or responsible for something.
Pass up – Decline a chance.
Pat down – Search or frisk someone.
Patch together – Create or assemble something quickly without much planning.
Patch up – Fix or make things better.
Patch up – Give an injured person basic medical treatment.
Pay back – Repay money borrowed.
Pay back – Take revenge on.
Pay down – Pay a debt over time.
Pay for – Purchase.
Pay into – Deposit money.
Pay off – Completely repay a debt.
Pay off – Produce a profitable or successful result.
Peck at – Eat very small amounts.
Peel away – Leave a group by moving in a different direction.
Peel away from – Leave a group by moving in a different direction.
Peel off – Leave a group by moving in a different direction.
Peel off from – Leave a group by moving in a different direction.
Peel out – Accelerate rapidly from stationary.
Peg away – Keep working at something.
Peg down – Fasten something to the ground.
Peg it – Die.
Peg out – Put washing outside to dry.
Peg out – Die.
Pencil in – Make a provisional appointment.
Pep up – Make something more interesting.