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English Grammar : Phrasal Verbs – 1
English Grammar : Phrasal Verbs – 2

Damp down – Calm or reduce feelings, emotions.
Damp off – When there is too much moisture and a plant is affected by fungal parasites.
Dash down – Write something quickly.
Dash off – Do something quickly, especially writing.
Dawn on – Finally realise or understand something.
Decide on – Choose, select.
Die away – Become quieter or inaudible (of a sound).
Die back – When the parts of a plant above ground die, but the roots remain alive.
Die for – Want something a lot.
Die off – Become extinct.
Die out – Become extinct or disappear.
Dig in – Excavate a protective shelter (military).
Dig into – Reach inside to get something.
Dig out – Find something you haven’t used, seen, etc, for a long time.
Dig up – Remove something from the ground.
Dine out – on Tell a story repeatedly that is well received.
Dip in – Put something in a liquid for a short time.
Dip into – Read parts of a book, but not all.
Dip out – Leave a place without telling anyone.
Dish out – Serve food.
Dive in – Start eating.
Divide up – Share.
Divvy up – Divide, share.
Do up – Repair and renovate.
Dob in – Pressure someone into doing something.
Dole out – Give out, distribute.
Doss down – Sleep somewhere temporarily because you don’t go home.
Double up – Bend over at the waist.
Double up – Share accommodation because there are too many people.
Doze off – Fall asleep.
Drag on – Be unnecessarily long.
Draw back – Retreat, move backwards. He DREW BACK when the dog barked.
Draw down – Reduce levels.
Draw down – Get funding.
Draw down – To deplete by consumption or heavy spending.
Draw even – Equalize one’s competitive position.
Draw in – Get dark earlier.
Draw in – Arrive at a station (for trains).
Draw into – Get involved in something unpleasant.
Draw on – Pass slowly (time).
Draw on – Inhale smoke from a cigarette, cigar, etc.
Draw out – Make a shy person more outgoing.
Draw up – Prepare a contract.
Draw up – When a vehicle stops.
Dream of – Not think or consider.
Dream up – Invent something, have an idea.
Dress down – Dress casually.
Dress up – Dress very smartly.
Drift apart – Slowly cease to be close to or friends with someone.
Drift off – Start to fall asleep.
Drill down – Search through layers of information on a computer.
Drink up – Finish a drink. DRINK UP, please; it’s closing time.
Drive by – Do something out of a car.
Drive out – Force someone to leave a place.
Drive up – Make something increase.
Drone on – Talk boringly for a long time.
Drop away – Become smaller- amount, numbers.
Drop back – Move towards the back of a group.
Drop by – Pay a brief visit.
Drop in – Visit without having made arrangements.
Drop off – Take something or someone to a place and leave it or them there..
Drop off – Fall asleep.
Drop off – Decrease in number or amount.
Drop out – Quit a course.
Drop over – Visit for a short time.
Drop round – Visit someone, often without making an arrangement.
Drop through – Come to nothing, produce no results.
Drown in – Cover excessively.
Drum out – Force someone out of their job or position.
Dry out – Dry something fully.
Dry up – Lose all the water from a river, lake, source, etc.
Duck out – of Avoid doing something.
Duff up – Beat or hit someone repeatedly.
Dumb down – Reduce the intellectual level of something in search of popularity.
Dump on – Treat someone badly.
Dwell upon – Spend a lot of time on something.
Eat up – Consume.
Edge out – Gradually push someone or something out of their position.
Edge up – Approach slowly.
Egg on – Encourage.
Eke out – Make something like money last as long as possible.
Embark on – Start a project or venture.
Embark upon – Start a project or venture.
Empty out – Empty something completely.
Empty out – Remove some things or everything from a container.
End in – Finish a certain way.
End up – Become or do something unplanned.
Enter for – Join or enter a competition.
Enter into – Become involved in or accept.
Eye up – Look carefully at someone.