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English Grammar : Phrasal Verbs – 2
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Gad about – Visit a lot of different places for pleasure.
Gad around – Visit different places for pleasure.
Gag for – Want something a lot.
Gang up – Form a group against something or someone.
Gang up against – Harass, bully (in a group).
Gang up on – Harass, bully.
Gear to – Organise or arrange something for a particular purpose, audience, etc. (Often passive).
Gear up – Get ready for a busy period.
Geek out – Talk at length about computing.
Get about – Visit many places.
Get above – Behave as if you are better or more important than others.
Get across – Communicate successfully.
Get across – Go from one side to the other.
Get after – Nag or exhort someone.
Get after – Chase.
Get ahead of – Move in front of.
Get along – Have a good relationship.
Get along – Have a good relationship with someone.
Get around – Become known.
Get at – Criticise.
Get away – Escape.
Get away from – Go somewhere different or do something different.
Get away with – Not get caught, criticised or punished for doing something wrong.
Get back – Return.
Get back into – Start doing something after stopping for some time.
Get back to – Respond to a contact.
Get behind – Support.
Get behind with – Be late paying instalments for something.
Get by – Have just enough money to live on.
Get by on – Manage on a certain amount of money.
Get down – Make someone depressed, unhappy, exhausted, etc.
Get down to – Start working seriously.
Get in – Arrange for someone to do a job in your home, workplace, etc.
Get in on – Become involved.
Get in with – Become friendly with, ingratiate with.
Get into – Become involved or interested.
Get off – Escape punishment.
Get off – Stop talking on the phone.
Get off it – A way of expressing disbelief, or telling someone that they’re wrong or have an incorrect opinion.
Get off – on Enjoy a drug.
Get on – Continue doing something.
Get on – at Criticise unfairly.
Get on for – Be near a time.
Get on with – Have a good relationship.
Get onto – Be elected, appointed.
Get onto – Appear on the radio or TV.
Get out – Leave the house to visit place and socialise.
Get out – Become known when people want it to remain secret.
Get out – Leave a place, escape.
Get out – Say what you want when it is difficult.
Get out of – Avoid doing something you dislike.
Get over – Solve, find a solution.
Get round – Become known.
Get through – Finish.
Get through – Succeed in an exam or test.
Get up – Get out of bed.
Get up to – Do something wrong or naughty.
Gin up – Boost, increase or exaggerate.
Give away – Tell a secret, often unintentionally.
Give back – Return something you’ve borrowed.
Give back – Return something that someone has lost.
Give in – Stop doing something because it’s too hard or requires too much energy.
Give onto – Open into a place, for a door or window.
Give out – Distribute.
Give out – Stop working, through age or overuse.
Give over – Stop doing something bad or annoying.
Give up – Stop doing something that has been a habit.
Give way – Stop to allow vehicles to pass.
Go after – Chase, try to get.
Go against – Lose a decision or a verdict of a court.
Go ahead – Proceed.
Go along with – Accept a decision or suggestion.
Go around – Be or have enough of something.
Go at – Attack or approach something with vigour.
Go away – Leave a place or disappear.
Go back – Have a long history.
Go back – Return to, start doing something again.
Go below – Leave the top deck of a ship.
Go down – Sink.
Go down – Sunset.
Go down – Stop working, especially computers.
Go down – Be received by people, in terms of their reaction.
Go for – Have something favourable.
Go forth – Leave a place.
Go forward – Move clocks ahead.
Go in – Fit.
Go into – Enter a profession, hospital, trade, market.
Go into – Be dedicated or devoted.
Go it – Move or drive very fast.
Go off – Explode (bomb), start ringing (alarm).
Go on – Happen.
Go on about – Talk too much.
Go out – Stop burning, be extinguished.
Go out – Leave a place.
Go out – Go on strike.
Go out – Become infashionable.
Go out – Move backwards, of a tide.
Go out to – Feel sympathy with someone.
Go out with – Have a relationship with.
Go over – Visit.
Go over Be – approved or accepted.
Go over – Clean.
Go over to – Go on a journey.
Go over to – Become converted.
Go past – Pass without stopping.
Go round – Be or have enough of something.