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English Grammar : Phrasal Verbs – 1
English Grammar : Phrasal Verbs – 2
English Grammar : Phrasal Verbs – 3

Face off – Confront.
Face up – to Accept an unpleasant truth.
Faff about – Behave indecisively.
Faff around – Behave indecisively.
Fall about – Laugh a lot.
Fall apart – Break into pieces.
Fall back – Retreat.
Fall back – on Be able to use in an emergency.
Fall behind – Make less progress.
Fall down – Fall on the ground.
Fall for – Be attracted to somebody, fall in love.
Fall for – Believe a lie or a piece of deception.
Fall – in Collapse.
Fall into – Start doing something unplanned.
Fall off – Decrease.
Fall out – Argue and be on bad terms with someone.
Fall out – Lose hair.
Fall over – Fall on the ground.
Fall under – Become controlled.
Farm out – Give or contract work to someone else.
Fasten – up Close, attach.
Fathom out – Understand something.
Fatten up – Give an animal a lot to eat to make it fat.
Fawn on – Praise someone in an excessive way to get
Feed off – Eat a food as part of an animals diet.
Feed on – Grow stronger.
Feel up – Touch sexually, grope.
Fence in – Enclose an area.
Fence off – Enclose an area to keep animals or people out.
Fend for – Take care of yourself or someone with help from other people.
Fend off – Resist something successfully.
Ferret out – Search and discover something.
Fess up – Confess, admit something reluctantly.
Fess up – Give.
Fess up – to Confess, admit reluctantly to something.
Fiddle around – Waste time doing silly things, or unsuccessful things.
Fiddle away – Waste time.
Fight back – Defend yourself, resist an attack.
Fight back – Try to control and emotion and keep it hidden.
Fight it out – Struggle to see who wins, both by arguing or fighting.
Fight off – Fight an attacker and force them back.
Figure out – Find the answer to a problem.
File away – Put a document in the correct place for storage in a filing system.
File for – Apply for something legally, like divorce or bankruptcy.
Fill in – Complete a form.
Fill in on – Give someone information.
Fill out – Complete a form.
Fill up – Fill something completely.
Filter in – Move into a lane of traffic without making other cars stop.
Filter out – Remove something unwanted.
Find out – Discover.
Finish off – Finish completely.
Finish off – Kill a person or animal, often when they have already been hurt.
Finish off – Beat, make victory certain in sport.
Finish up – Finally get somewhere, usually without planning to go there.
Finish with – End a relationship.
Finish with – Stop dealing with someone.
Finish with – Finish using or requiring.
Fink on – Give away secrets about someone.
Fink out – Fail to keep a promise, arrangement, etc.
Fire away – Ask questions.
Fire up – Start a computer.
Fire up – Excite, become excited.
Firm up – Make things clearer in a negotiation or discussion.
Fish for – Try to get some information or to get He’s always FISHING FOR compliments.
Fish out-  Remove from water, such as the sea, rivers, etc.
Fit in – Get on in a group of people.
Fit in with – Occur or happen in a way that shows that
Fit into – Become part of.
Fit out – Provide with necessary equipment.
Fit up – Frame someone- make them look guilty of something they haven’t done.
Fix up – Make an arrangement.
Fizzle out – End in an unsuccessful way.
Flag up – Raise an issue, or highlight its importance.
Flake out – Fall asleep from exhaustion.
Flame out – Fail.
Flame up – Burn brightly.
Flare out – Get angry suddenly.
Flare up – When trouble suddenly appears.
Flesh out – Add more details or information.
Flick Change – TV channels repeatedly.
Flick through – Look through something quickly.
Flip off – Extend your middle finger as a gesture of contempt.
Flip out – Become very excited and lose control.
Flog off – Sell something cheaply to get rid of it.
Floor it – Drive a vehicle as fast as possible.
Flounce off – Leave a place or walk away from someone angrily.
Flounce out – Leave a place angrily.
Fluff up – Shake or pat a cushion so that it fills with air.
Fly about – Circulate (rumours, etc).
Fly around – Circulate (rumours, etc).
Fly at – Attack.
Fly by – When time appears to move quickly.
Fly into – Change emotion quickly.
Fob off – Make or persuade someone to accept something.
Fob off – on Make or persuade someone to accept something you don’t want.
Fob off with – Make or persuade someone to accept
Follow on – Leave to meet someone after they have left the place you’re at.
Follow through – Continue moving limbs after hitting a ball.
Follow up – Do something to check or improve an earlier action.
Fool about – Be unfaithful.
Freak out – Become very disturbed or angry.
Free up – Make money or time available by not using it elsewhere.
Free up – Do work or a task for someone to make them available for something.
Freeze out – Shut out or exclude by unfriendly treatment.
Freeze out – Force to retire or withdraw from membership, a job, etc.
Freeze over – Become covered with ice (lake, river, pond, etc).
Freeze up – Be blocked with ice.
Freeze up – Stop working because the parts of a machine won’t move.
Frighten away – Scare or worry someone enough to stop them doing something they had planned.
Frighten off – Scare someone so much that they go away.
Front off Confront someone and let them know you are prepared to fight.
Front onto – Face (of a building).
Front out – Face up to someone, withstand criticism.
Front up – Appear somewhere for a short time.
Frown on – Disapprove.
Fuel up – Put petrol or other fuel into a vehicle.