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English Grammar – Phrasal Verbs 9

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English Grammar : Phrasal Verbs – 6
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Land in – Get someone into trouble.
Land up in – Arrive, end a journey in a place, often without planning.
Land with – Create a problem for someone.
Lap up – Appreciate something.
Large it up – Have a good time when intoxicated.
Lark about – Behave in a silly way.
Lark around – Behave in a silly way.
Lark it up – Enjoy yourself noisily and exuberantly.
Lash down – Fall heavily (rain).
Lash down – Secure something with ropes or cords.
Lash into – Criticise someone strongly.
Lash out – Suddenly become violent.
Lash out –  React angrily.
Lash out – Spend a lot of money on luxuries.
Lash out against – Criticise something strongly.
Lash out at – Hit someone suddenly, usually without warning, or try to hit them.
Lash out at – Criticise someone or shout at them.
Lash out on – Spend a lot of money buying something.
Latch on – Understand, often after a long time.
Latch on to – Understand something, often after a long time.
Latch onto – Connect to something.
Latch onto – Decide or realise that something is good or profitable.
Laugh off – Pretend something (an injury, news, etc.) isn’t important.
Lay down – Establish rules or procedures.Lay down Kill, murder.
Lay into – Criticise angrily.
Lay off – Make an employee redundant.
Lay on – Organise, supply.
Lay out – Spend money.
Lead on – Falsely or cruelly raise hopes.
Lead to – Result in.
Leak out – Become public knowledge.
Lean on – Put pressure on someone to get them to do what you want.
Leap at – Take an opportunity enthusiastically.
Leap out at – Be very noticeable.
Leap upon – Show interest in or try to use something to your advantage.
Leave on – Not turn off.
Leave out – Not include.
Let down – Disappoint, fail to keep an arrangement.
Let down – Make clothes longer.
Let in – Allow someone to enter.
Let off – Not punish.
Let on – Tell a secret.
Let out – Allow to leave or go out.
Let out – Make a sound.
Let out – Make clothes bigger.
Level off – Stabilize the altitude of an airplane.
Level out – Stabilize the altitude of an airplane.
Lie around – Act in a lazy or unproductive way.
Lie down – Rest.
Lie with – Have the right to make a decision.
Lift off – Leave the ground- rocket or spaceship.
Light out – Leave suddenly.
Light up – Light or start smoking a cigarette.
Light up – Illuminate.
Lighten up – Be less serious.
Limber up – Do some exercises to warm up before playing a sport or other physical activity.
Limber up for -Prepare for something that will require a great effort.
Line up – Arrange in a line.
Line up – Arrange something in a line.
Line up – Arrange events for someone.
Link up – Connect, join.
Link up with – Connect with someone or contact them.
Listen out for – Listen for a particular noise or sound.
Listen up – Pay attention (often used as a command).
Live down – Stop being embarrassed about something.
Live for – Believe something is extremely important.
Live it up – Have a good time by spending a lot of money.
Live off – Use money earned.
Live off – Be financially supported.
Live on – Use money for basic necessities.
Live on – Not be forgotten.
Live out – Stay somewhere until you die.
Live out – Fulfill an ambition or fantasy.
Live out – Not live at the place where you study or work.
Live through – Experience different times.
Live together – Have a relationship and live in the same place without marrying.
Live up to – Meet expectations or standards.
Live with – Accept something unpleasant.
Live with – Have a relationship and live in the same I LIVED WITH her for a couple of years
place without marrying.
Load down – Burden.
Load up – Take illegal drugs.
Load up – Fill a machine or vehicle.
Load up on – Consume a lot of something for a particular purpose.
Lock away – Lock in a safe place.
Lock away – Put someone in prison or a mental hospital for a very long time.
Lock down – Make very secure.
Lock in – Lock a place to stop someone leaving.
Lock in – Commit someone in such a way that they cannot leave.
Lock onto – Find a target and head for it.
Lock out – Close a workplace to stop workers entering.
Lock out – Lock a place to stop someone getting in.
Lock up – Close all doors, windows, etc.
Lock up – Lock something in a safe place.
Lock up – Put in prison or a mental hospital.
Lock yourself away – Go somewhere away from people to study or work.
Log in – Enter a restricted area on a computer system.
Log into – Enter a restricted area of a computer system.
Log off – Exit a computer system.
Log on – Enter a computer system.
Log out – Exit a computer system.
Look after – Take care.
Look back – Think about the past.
Look down – Have a low opinion of.
Look for – Try to find.
Look in – Make a quick visit.
Look in on – Visit briefly to see if everything’s all right.
Look into – Research, investigate.
Look on Watch something like a crime without helping.
Look on as – Consider, regard.
Look out – Be careful.
Look out for – Take care of someone, make sure someone is cared for.
Look out for – Keep alert and try to see.
Look over – Inspect.
Look round – Inspect a house.
Look through – Read quickly.
Look to – Expect, hope.
Look up – Improve.
Look up – Find, trace an old friend.
Look up to – Respect.
Loosen up – Become more relaxed or comfortable.
Lord it over – Behave in a superior manner.
Lose out – Be at a disadvantage.
Lose out on – Not gain or have something advantageous.
Lose out to – Be less successful.
Luck into – Get something by chance.
Luck out – Be very lucky.
Lust after – Want something very much.