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English Grammar – Phrasal Verbs 14

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Price in – Include the affects of possible future events when assessing the value of something.
Price up – Charge more for something.
Print out – Make a hard copy of a computer document.
Prop up – Support something, both physically and financially, politically, etc..
Psych out – Work out or anticipate someone’s intentions.
Psych out – Make someone less confident.
Psych up – Prepare someone mentally.
Pull ahead – Overtake, move in front.
Pull apart – Destroy an argument, theory, etc.
Pull apart – Stop people or animals fighting.
Pull apart – Make someone unhappy or upset.
Pull away – When a vehicle moves from a place.
Pull back – Score a goal or point when losing.
Pull back – Move away from a place, especially when talking about soldiers.
Pull back – Move away from someone.
Pull back – Decide not to do something or not to be involved with it any longer.
Pull down – Demolish.
Pull down – Make someone depressed.
Pull down – Earn.
Pull for – Support.
Pull in – When a train arrives at a station.
Pull in – Attract.
Pull in – Stop a car by the side of the road.
Pull in – Areest or take someone to a police station for questioning.
Pull off – Manage to do something difficult or tricky.
Pull off – Start moving (vehicles).
Pull on – Put clothes on.
Pull out – Start moving (train).
Pull out – Move into traffic.
Pull out – Withdraw.
Pull over – Stop by the side of the road.
Pull over – Make a vehicle stop.
Pull through – Recover from and illness or problem.
Pull to – Close a door or window that has been left open.
Pull together – Work together as a team.
Pull up – Slow and stop a car.
Pull up – Inform someone that they are wrong.
Pull yourself together – Become calm or regain control of your emotions.
Push in – Get in a queue without waiting.
Put across – Communicate, convey a message.
Put away – Put something back in the correct place.
Put away – Put someone in prison.
Put back – Rearrange something for a later time.
Put by – Save for the future.
Put down – Kill an animal because it’s old, ill, etc.
Put down – Stop holding (but withdraw support gently).
Put down = for Commit to make a payment.
Put down – to Give as an explanation.
Put in – for Make a request.
Put off – Postpone.
Put off – Stop liking something or somebody.
Put on – Get fat.
Put on – Deceive, lie.
Put on – Start wearing.
Put out – Disturb or trouble someone.
Put out – Extinguish a cigarette, fire, etc.
Put over – Successfully execute (a scam, trick, etc.)
Put through – Connect someone by phone.
Put towards – Make a financial contribution.
Put up – Allow someone to stay at your house for a night or a few days.
Put up – Increase prices, taxes, duties, etc.
Put up – Show skill or determination in a contest, competition, fight, etc.
Put up to – Encourage someone to do something.
Put up – with Tolerate.