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English Grammar – Phrasal Verbs 7

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English Grammar : Phrasal Verbs – 4
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Hack around – Waste time.
Hack into – Break into a computer system.
Hack off – Annoy.
Hack up – Chop or cut into small pieces.
Ham up – Perform or act in an excessive way to
Hammer away at – Work relentlessly.
Hammer into – Repeat something over a period of time to make someone remember it.
Hammer out – Negotiate and reach an agreement.
Hand back – Return.
Hand down – Pass on to the next generation.
Hand down – Give a formal decision.
Hand in – Submit work for appraisal.
Hand on – Give to someone else.
Hand out – Distribute.
Hand over – Give.
Hang about – Spend time somewhere not doing much.
Hang around – Stay in a place.
Hang back – Not move forwards to avoid doing something.
Hang back from – Delay or avoid doing something.
Hang on – Hold tightly.
Hang onto – Keep.
Hang out – Spend time socially.
Hang out for – Wait or refuse to do something until you get what you want.
Hang over – Worry or trouble.
Hang together – Work together when things are difficult.
Hang up – End a phone call.
Hang up on – End a phone call with someone.
Hang with – Spend time with.
Hanker after – Want something a lot, especially if you shouldn’t want it or can’t have it.
Hanker for – Want something a lot, especially if you shouldn’t want it or can’t have it.
Harp on – Talk repeatedly about something.
Hate on – Be jealous, abuse or have an active hatred of someone.
Have against – Dislike, disagree or hold a grudge (Usually negative).
Have around – Entertain someone in your home.
Have down as – Think of someone or something in a particular way.
Have in – Have a supply of something in a particular place.
Have in – Get someone to do some work. We HAD the decorators IN last week.
Have on – Be wearing.
Have on – Have an electronic device switched on.
Have on – Know something about someone that could harm them.
Have over – Receive a guest.
Have round – Entertain someone in your home.
Have up – Make someone appear in court.
Head off – Prevent something bad happening.
Head off – Leave somewhere to go to another place.
Head out – Go out.
Head up – Be in charge.
Hear about – Get to know some information.
Hear from – Receive a phone call, email, letter or other communication from someone.
Hear out Listen to everything someone has to say.
Help out – Give assistance.
Hide away – Put something in a place where it won’t be found.
Hide away – Go or stay somewhere where you won’t be found or away from people.
Hide out – Go or stay somewhere to avoid being caught or found.
Hinge on – Depend very much or completely.
Hinge on – Be an essential point for the development of a story.
Hinge upon – Depend very much or completely.
Hit back – Attack or criticise.
Hit for – Get someone to pay or donate money.
Hit it off – Have a good relationship from the first time you meet a person.
Hit on – Ask for money.
Hit out at – Respond angrily to criticism.
Hit up – Inject drugs.
Hive off – Separate part of a company or service, often by selling it.
Hold against – Have a grudge against someone, or little respect.
Hold back – Not show emotion.
Hold back – Prevent something moving forwards or progressing.
Hold back from – Not allow yourself to do something.
Hold down – Keep a job.
Hold down – Stop someone or something from moving.
Hold forth – State your opinions about something, especially when talking for a long time and boringly.
Hold off – When bad weather doesn’t appear.
Hold off – Stop someone from attacking or beating you.
Hold on – To hold tightly.
Hold onto – Keep as long as possible.
Hold out – Hold in front of you.
Hold out against – Try to reject.
Hold out for – Wait for something better or refuse something now for something better in the future.
Hold out on – Not pay someone or give them information.
Hold over – To continue something for longer than planned.
Hold together – Not break up.
Hold up – Delay when travelling.
Hold up – Rob with violence or threats thereof.
Hone in on – Target, focus.
Hook up – Meet someone.
Hook up to – Connect to a machine.
Hoon around – Act in a dangerous or reckless way, especially when driving fast.
Horse around – Not be serious.
Hose down – Use a hose to wet, clean or wash something.
Hose down – Invest heavily in or throw a lot of money at something.
Hound out – Force someone out of a place, job, position, etc.
Hover around – Move about a place.
Hunker down – Settle in a place as comfortably as possible to stay there.
Hunt down – Search for someone to punish or kill them.
Hunt up – Search for and manage to find something.
Hush up – Try to keep something bad from becoming widely known.