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English Grammar – Phrasal Verbs 13

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Pencil in – Make a provisional appointment.
Pep up – Make something more interesting.
Pep up – Make someone more enthusiastic, Her talk PEPPED us UP.
Perk up – Feel better or happier, make someone feel better or happier.
Peter out – Lose impetus and stop.
Phase in – Introduce gradually.
Phase out – Remove gradually.
Pick at – Eat unwillingly.
Pick at – Criticise.
Pick off – Target individuals to change a group.
Pick on – Bother, annoy, criticize or make fun of someone.
Pick out – Choose.
Pick out – Identify from a picture.
Pick through – Search something that is disordered for something.
Pick up – Improve.
Pick up – Learn quickly.
Pick up – Receive (a broadcast).
Pick up – Collect (a person).
Pick up – after Tidy a mess someone else has made.
Pick up on – Correct someone when they say something wrong.
Pick up on – Notice something that most people don’t
Pick up on – React to something.
Pick up on – Comment on something said earlier in a conversation.
Pick yourself up – Recover from a fall or problem.
Pig off – Used to tell someone to get lost or leave you alone.
Pig out – Eat a lot.
Pile in – Enter a place quickly, in a disorganised way.
Pile on – Add or give more or something.
Pile on – Exaggerate or talk in a way to affect someone’s feelings.
Pile out – Leave a place quickly, in a disorganised way.
Pile up – Accumulate.
Pile up – Accumulate in a pile or heap.
Pin down – Discover exact details about something.
Pin on – Attach the blame to someone.
Pin up – Fix something to a wall, or other vertical surface, with a pin.
Pipe down – Be quiet (often as an imperative).
Pipe up – To speak, raise your voice.
Pit against – Compete or force to compete.
Pit out – Go into the pits (car racing). He PITTED OUT in the twentieth lap.
Pitch in – Work together to help achieve an objective.
Pitch into – Criticise severely or attack someone.
Plant out – Put a young plant that has been grown in a pot or greenhouse into the ground.
Plate up – Put food onto a plate to serve.
Play along – Pretend to agree or accept something in order to keep someone happy or to get more information.
Play around – Be silly.
Play at – Pretend to be something.
Play back – Listen to or watch something you’ve recorded.
Play down – Try to make something seem less important.
Play off – Play a game to decide who the winner is.
Play off – Make people compete against each other so that you benefit.
Play on – Continue playing a sport though there might be a reason to stop.
Play on – Continue playing music.
Play on – Pun.
Play out – Pretend that something is real and reduce its effect.
Play out – Play something to the end. Rain stopped them PLAYING the game OUT.
Play out – Unwind (e.g., fishing line). When he hooked the swordfish, his line rapidly PLAYED OUT.
Play up – Behave badly.
Play up to – Flatter someone.
Play up to – Behave in a way expected.
Play upon – Exploit a weakness.
Play with – Touch and move something to occupy your hands.
Play with – Not eat much of a meal.
Play with – Consider something, but not seriously.
Plead out – Plead guilty to get a reduced sentence or fine.
Plough into – Collide into at speed.
Plough on – Continue doing something you don’t want to.
Plough through – Eat a big meal.
Plough through – Read something that is difficult or takes a lot of time.
Plough through – Move through somewhere where there is little space or there are obstacles.
Plough up – Break the surface of soil.
Plow back – Re-invest money you have made into a business.
Plow into-  Collide into at speed.
Plow on – Continue doing something you don’t want to.
Plow through – Eat a big meal.
Plow through – Read something that is difficult or takes a lot of time.
Plow through – Move through somewhere where there is little space or there are obstacles.
Plow up – Break the surface of soil.
Pluck up – Muster, acquire, gather.
Plug in – Connect machines to the electricity supply.
Plump down – Put something in a place without taking care.
Plump for – Choose.
Plump up – Make something like a cushion bigger and softer by shaking it.
Point out – Make someone aware of something.
Poke about – Move things around or search in a casual way to try to find something.
Poke around – Move things around or search in a casual way to try to find something.
Polish off – Finish, consume.
Polish up – Improve something quickly.
Pony up – Pay for something.
Poop out – Get too tired to do something.
Poop out on Fail to keep an appointment.
Pootle along  – Travel in a leisurely way.
Pop in – Visit for a short time.
Pop off – Talk loudly, complain.
Pop off – Go out for a short time.
Pop out – Go out for a short time.
Pop up – Appear, like windows and boxes opening on a computer screen.
Pop up – Appear unexpectedly.
Pore over – Read, look at or study carefully.
Potter about – Spend time doing little things for pleasure.
Potter around – Spend some time doing little things for pleasure.
Pour down – Rain hard.
Pour forth-  Emerge from a place in large numbers.
Power down – Cut the electricity supply to a computer or electronic device.
Power off – Cut the electricity to a computer or device to turn it off.
Power up – Turn a computer or electronic device on so that it is ready to use.
Prattle on – Talk too much.
Press ahead – Continue with something.
Press for –  Apply pressure to get permission or to obtain something.
Press forward with – Continue or go ahead with a project, process, plan, etc.
Press into – Bring or force into use.
Press on – Continue with something.
Press upon – Pressure someone to accept something offered.
Prey on – Catch and kill an animal for food.
Prey upon – Catch and kill an animal for food.
Prey upon – Exploit or harm.