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English Grammar : Phrasal Verbs – 5
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Iron out – Remove small problems or irregularities.
Issue forth – Come out of a place.
Jabber away – Talk fast or incomprehensibly.
Jack around – Make trouble for someone, fail to keep promises.
Jack in – Quit, give up.
Jack up – Raise a car to be able to do mechanical work.
Jack up – Increase sharply.
Jam on – Apply or operate something forcefully.
Jaw away – Talk just for the point of talking rather than having anything to say.
Jazz up – Make something more interesting or attractive.
Jerk around – Behave stupidly. T
Jerk off – Waste time doing unimportant things.
Jot down – Make a quick note.
Juice up – Make something more exciting or perform better.
Jump at – Accept eagerly.
Jump in – Enter a conversation.
Jump off – Start quickly, often well.
Jump on – Criticize, attack. Everyone JUMPED ON me when I raised the issue.
Keel over – Surrender, give in.
Keel over – Fall to the ground.
Keep around – Keep something near you.
Keep at – Continue with something difficult.
Keep away – Don’t allow someone near something.
Keep back – Maintain a safe distance.
Keep down – Not vomit.
Keep from – Control yourself, refrain.
Keep in – Not allow someone out.
Keep off – Not talk about.
Keep on – Continue.
Keep out – Not allow someone to enter.
Keep to – Stay within limits.
Keep up – Not let someone go to bed.
Keep up – Maintain a continuous action, persist.
Keep up – at Continue, not quit.
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Keep up – with Move at the same rate.
Keep up – with Stay up to date.
Key down – Relax, unwind.
Key in – Enter numbers or information into a computer or electronic system.
Key in – on Focus attention on, single out.
Key on – Target, focus on (sport).
Key to – Plan things to fit or suit people or situations.
Key up – Make someone excited or nervous.
Kick about – Discuss.
Kick around – Discuss.
Kick around with – Spend time with.
Kick back – Pay someone illegally as part of the price.
Kick back – Resist.
Kick down – Break something with your feet.
Kick in – Break something with your feet.
Kick in – Contribute money.
Kick in – Start having an effect.
Kick off – Start a game of football.
Kick off – Die.
Kick off – When trouble starts.
Kick off – Argue, protest and refuse to co-operate.
Kick out – Expel.
Kick up – Cause trouble or pain.
Kill off – Reduce or exterminate a population by hunting, pollution, development, etc..
Kip down on – Sleep on something other than a bed.
Kiss off – Used to tell someone to go away.
Kiss up to – Try to get into someone’s favour.
Knock about – Beat someone.
Knock around – Discuss casually.
Knock back – Cost someone a lot of money.
Knock back – Finish a drink quickly, drink a lot of alcohol.
Knock back – Shock.
Knock down – Demolish.
Knock down – Hit and injure someone.
Knock off – Finish work for the day.
Knock off – Reduce the price of something.
Knock off – Reduce the time required to do something.
Knock off – Steal.
Knock off – Produce or create something quickly.
Knock out – Hit and make somebody unconscious.
Knock out – Sell, distribute.
Knock up – Become or get someone pregnant.
Knock up – Play a bit before a match to get ready.
Knock up Produce or create something quickly.
Knuckle down – Make a great effort.