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What are the kids up to this time? The radio blared out an awful punk music. You can bank on it. I hate to put you outbut I need a ride to the train station and hope you can take me. Oferta dla stron WWW. The manager bawled him out for being impolite to the customer.
After a long discussion we finally manged to arrive at an agreement. I’m fed up with these phrasal verbs. Buy off – Pay someone to stop them causing trouble; They wanted to buy her off so that she doesn’t make any trouble. After returning home, they pitched into food – they hadn’t had a decent meal for 2 weeks.
We bogged down in a number of problems. Get by – Have just enough money to live on Get down – Make someone depressed Get down to – Start work Get in – Arrange for someone to do a job – Arrive train, plane, etc. Type up – Type a finished version Use up – Finish or consume all of something Veg out – Relax, do nothing Venture forth Wade in – Start something or get involved, often without thinking or to forcefully – Attack Wade into – Become embroiled or involved in a situation, without thinking or planning usually Wade through – Get to the end of something with difficulty Wait about – Wait somewhere doing nothing Wait around – Wait somewhere doing nothing Wait behind – Stay somewhere after other people have left Wait in – Stay at home because someone is going to visit Wait on – Serve people in a restaurant – Sell goods in a shop – Provide someeone with everything they need or want – Wait for a result before being able to make a decision Wait out – Wait till something has finished, usually something unpleasant Wait up – Not go to bed because you are waiting Wait up!
Mark off – Tick, cross out or otherwise mark something to show that it has been dealt with Mark out – Draw lines to enclose an area Mark out for – Show promise for the future Mark out from – Stand out because of certain qualities Mark up – Increase the price of something Marry in – Marry someone of the same ethnicity, religion, etc Marry out – Marry someone of a different ethnicity, religion, etc Mash up – Crush something until it becomes a paste – Mix sources of audio, video or other computer sources.
I bent over to tie my shoe. Put through – Connect someone by phone Put towards – Make a financial contribution Put up – Allow someone to stay at your house for a night or a few days.
I have to be at the concert and meet the band – I can’t let such an opportunity pass me by.
He was just putting us on. The party guests acted out stories for one another. They kept banging on about the homework. Pick on someone your own size! The whole office was buzzing with rumours about their affair. vrazowe
Could you frzzowe with me for a moment? Some aspects of the czasownki didn’t add up. They are away for two days. Bank into -To crush into. Reporters banged away at the president during the press conference.
They decided to bed down for the night. They both were in on our plan. He was feeling a little tired, so he drank a glass of orange juice. I’m out of money, yet still happy. I’ll be happy to put you up. Do you want me to put them back on the shelves? Blow over – When a scandal gets forgotten; Our argument blow over rather fast.
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He’s been up since 4. Psych out – Work out or anticipate someone’s intentions – Make someone less confident Psych up – Prepare someone mentally Pull ahead – Overtake, move in front Pull apart – Destroy an argument, theory, etc – Stop people or animals fighting – Make someone unhappy or upset Pull away – When a vehicle moves from a place Pull down – Demolish Pull in – When a train arrives at a station – Attract – Stop a car by the side off the road Pull off – Manage to do something difficult or tricky Pull on – Put clothes on Pull over – Stop by the side of the road Pull up – Slow and stop a car – Inform someone that they are wrong Push in – Get in a queue without waiting Put away – Put something back in the correct place – Put someone in prison Put back – Rearrange something for a later time Put by – Save for the future Put down – Kill an animal because it’s old, ill, etc.
He backed down as soon as he relized he was wrong. Nie ma sposobu zatrzymania lawiny. You can’t back out now. Live it up – Have a good time by spending a lot of money Live off – Use money earned Live on – Use money for basic necessities – Not be forgotten Live out – Stay somewhere until you die – Fulfill an ambition or fantasy – 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 – Have a relationship and live in the same place without marrying Load down – Burden Load up – Take illegal drugs – Fill a machine or vehicle Load up on – Consume a lot of something for a particular purpose Lock up – Close all doors, windows, etc.
The refugee ached for his homeland.
She blurted out all our secrets. He aseked after your mother, who is sick in hospital. He was in on this robbery. I bend over backwards for you and you don’t appricate it. Tom asked Mary out. Barge in into -Enter a place and interrupt: What makes your child act up? Get off with – Have casual sex with Get on – Continue doing something – Enter a bus, train, plane, etc.
The kids belted up in their seats and waited for me to start the car. He is angling for your heart.
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frazode Do you want to talk to her? When the snake got closer he quickly backed away. She is onto getting a job as an English teacher.
My trip to Chicago didn’t pan out. Having spent a day in jail, Tom was bailed out by his parents. The guy bashed the door down and enter the bar.