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English Grammar – Phrasal Verbs 2

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English Grammar : Phrasal Verbs – 1

Call after – Name someone after somebody else.
Call around – Visit.
Call back – Return a phone call.
Call for – Demand.
Call for – Go to collect something.
Call forth – Make something happen.
Call in – Get someone to come and do a job.
Call in – Stop and visit.
Call off – Cancel.
Call on – Ask for help.
Call on – Visit.
Call on – Challenge.
Call on – Ask someone to do something, especially
Call out – Expose or accuse someone of wrongdoing
Call up – Summon someone for military service.
Carry off – Win, succeed.
Carry on – Continue.
CARRY ON – quietly with your work until
Carry on – Behave badly.
Carry out – Perform a task.
Carry out – Food bought from a restaurant to take away.
Carve out – Create or get a area where you can be special or successful.
Carve up – Overtake someone and then pull directly
Cash out – Illegally access a bank account or credit card and steal money.
Cash out – Exchange something for money, collectwinnings.
Cast up – Be left on the shore by the sea.
Catch at – Take or grab hold of something.
Catch on – Become popular.
Everyone else realised what was
Catch out – Trick.
Catch up – Get work, etc, up to date.
Catch up on – Do something that should have been done earlier.
Catch up with – Do something that should have been done earlier.
Chalk up – To achieve something good.
Chalk up – to Explain the reason for a problem.
Chase down – Try hard to find or get something.
Chase off – Force a person to leave or go away.
Chase up – Try to get someone to pay a bill, debt, etc.
Chase up – Try to get more information about the progress of something.
Check off – Mark something on a list as done.
Check out – Pay the bill when leaving a hotel.
Check out – Get information about or inspect something to see if it’s satisfactory.
Check out – of Settle up and pay before leaving a hotel.
Check over – Check something very carefully.
Cheer on – Encourage.
Cheer up – Be less unhappy.
Chew off – Remove by biting.
Chew out – Criticize someone angrily.
Chew over – Think about an issue.
Chill out – Relax.
Chip in – Contribute some money.
Choke out – Clog or overwhelm.
Choke up – Become tearfully emotional.
Choke up – Grip a handle farther from the end for better control.
Choose up – Form groups or teams.
Chop up – Cut into small pieces.
Chuck away – Dispose of something you no longer need or want.
Chuck in – Quit something.
Chuck out – Dispose of something you no longer need or want.
Chuck up – Vomit, be sick.
Chuck up – Quit something.
Churn out – Produce, usually quickly or in large amounts without much regard to quality.
Clag up – Make something sticky.
Clam up – Be quiet, refuse to speak.
Claw back – Get money back.
Clean off – Remove dirt or something dirty.
Clean out – Tidy up thoroughly and throw away unwanted things..
Clean out – Cause someone to spend all their money.
Clean up – Tidy and clean.
Clear off – Leave somewhere quickly.
Clear out – Tidy up thoroughly and throw away unwanted stuff..
Clear out – Leave somewhere.
Clear up – Cure or recover from an infection.
Clear up – Tidy up.
Clear up – Explain.
Clear up – Improve (weather).
Climb down – Accept that you are wrong and change your position.
Cling on – Hold tight.
Cling on – to Try to keep something.
Clog up – Block, slow movement right down.
Close down – Close a shop, branch or business permanently.
Close down – Stop an opponent being a challenge.
Close in – Surround, envelop.
Close in – on Get near someone.
Close in – upon Get near someone.
Close off – Block a place to stop people entering.
Close on – Get nearer.
Close out – Bring something to an end.
Close up – Completely close something.
Cloud over – Get very cloudy.
Clown about – Behave stupidly or waste time.
Clown around – Behave stupidly or waste time.
Coast along – Do something without making much effort or trying to improve.
Cock up – Ruin or spoil something.
Come about – Happen, occur.
Come across – Find by accident.
when I was clearing out my desk.
Come across – Agree to have sex with someone.
around to – Agree with or accept something you had previously disapproved of or disliked..
Come down on – Criticise heavily.
Come down – with Fall ill.
Come forth with – Provide information.
Come from – Country or town where you were born.
Come in – Place or ranking in a competition, etc.
Come in – Receive news.
Come off – When something breaks off.
Come off – Be successful.
Come off – it I don’t believe what you’re saying; used as an imperative.
Come on – Start an illness.
Come on – Start functioning (machines, etc).
Come out – A secret is revealed.
Come out – Be published or otherwise available to the public.
Come out – in Have a rash or similar skin problem.
Come out – of Recover consciousness.
Come out – with Make something available.
Come out – with Say something publicly and unexpectedly.
Come over – Feel strange.
Come over – Affect mentally in such a way as to change behaviour (possibly related to ‘overcome’).
Come round – Change your opinion.
Come through – Arrive (messages and information).
Come through – Communicate an emotion.
Come through with – Provide something needed.
Come to – Result in.
Come up – Appear.
Come up – Rise (the sun).
Come up – against Encounter problems or difficulties.
Come up – with Think of a solution, excuse, etc.
Conk out – Suddenly breakdown or stop working.
Coop up – Confine in a small area.
Cop off – Leave work or school early.
COUNT UP – the number of tickets sold, please.
Count upon – Expect something to happen and base plans on it.
Count upon – Depend, rely.
Cover up – Conceal, try to stop people finding out.
Crack down – on Use more authority than usual.
Crack on – Continue doing something with energy.
Crack up Have a nervous breakdown.
Crack up – Have bad reception on a mobile phone.
Crack up – Damage a car badly.
Crank out – Produce a lot of something fast.
Crank up – Inject non-medical drugs.
Crank up – Start a machine, originally with a handle.
Crash out – Sleep at someone’s house because you are too tired, drunk, etc. to leave.
Crash out – Fall asleep.
Cream off – Separate the best or most talented people so that they can receive special or different treatment.
Creep in – Get included despite attempts to keep it or them out.
Creep out – on To do the same activity for a very long time.
Creep over – Start to have a negative feeling.
Creep up – on Approach without someone realising.
Crop up – Appear unexpectedly.
Cross out – Put as line through some writing to show it is wrong.
Cry out – Shout because you are in pain.
Cut across – Go across a place rather than around it to make the journey quicker.
Cut across – Affect people of different groups, classes, etc.
Cut back – Reduce.
Cut back – Remove branches from a plant or tree to encourage future growth.
Cut down – on Reduce.
Cut in – Start functioning.
Cut in – Interrupt.
Cut in – Include someone in a deal that makes money.
Cut in – Mix fat and flour until the combine.
Cut off – Disconnect.
Cut off – Isolate or make inaccessible.
Cut out – Exclude.
Cut out – Cut a picture or similar from a magazine, etc.
Cut out – Leave quickly.
Cut out – Separate livestock from a group.
Cut out on – Let down, snub.
CUT OUT ON – the charity when offered more money.
Cut up – Cut into smaller pieces.
CUT it UP – into logs.
Cut up – Upset.
Cut up – Have a lot of small injuries.