Phrasal verbs

Gramática inglesa. Listado de verbos. Significado. Perífrasis verbal # Adjectives. Describing people

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Phrasal Verbs

  • Answer back: answer impolitely

  • Ask after: inquire about the health of(preguntar por alguien)

  • Ask sb in: invite to enter

  • Back sb up: support (apoyar)

  • Be up to: be doing/ be the responsible of/ be capable

  • Be in for: run the risk

  • Be back: return

  • Be over: be finished

  • Be against: be opposed to

  • Blow up: inflate/ cause to explode

  • Break up: finish/ disperse

  • Break out: start

  • Break down: stop functioning/ have a mechanical failure/ fail

  • Break into: force entry into

  • Break off: interrupt

  • Break in: train (entrenar o prepararse)

  • Bring up: rear/ vomit/ raise as a child

  • Bring out: give

  • Bring down: defeat

  • Bring about: cause

  • Bring round: persuade/ revive

  • Call up: telephone/ order to join in the army

  • Call for: require/ collect/ demand

  • Call in : visit briefly

  • Call off: cancel

  • Catch on#: become popular

  • Catch up: reach (alcanzar)

  • Carry on: continue

  • Carry out: obey

  • Carry away: cause to lose one's self control

  • Cheer up#: make someone feel happier

  • Come off: succeed (tener exito)

  • Come out: bloom/ to be on strike/ be punished (1.Florecer)

  • Come down: lose one's social position

  • Come on: progress

  • Come up: happen

  • Cut off: disconnect/ isolate

  • Cut back: reduce

  • Cut out: stop/ omit

  • Cut down: reduce

  • Cut in: suddenly move in front

  • Do up: decorate/ fasten (decorar/ abrochar)

  • Do away with: abolish

  • Hard done by: treated badly (tratar malamente)

  • Have nothing to do: not concern

  • Have to - without: not have

  • Could do with: need/ want

  • Do for: ruin

  • Die down: become extinguished (apagar)

  • Draw up: stop

  • Dress up#: put on different clothes

  • Drop out: withdraw (retirar/sacar)

  • Drop in: visit briefly

  • Eat up#*: use or consume in great quantities

  • Fall off: decrease (disminuir)

  • Fall in: agree to/ collapse

  • Fall out: quarrel (discutir)

  • Fall through: fail (suspender)

  • Fall back: retreat (retirarse)

  • Fall back on: have recourse to

  • Fall for: be attracted by

  • Feel like: want (tener ganas)

  • Feel up: be capable of

  • Find out: discover

  • Fill out: put on weigh

  • Fill in: complete

  • Fit out#: provide with everything that will be needed

  • Get on: make progress

  • Get up: arise (levantarse)

  • Get out: leave

  • Get across to: communicate successfully

  • Get off: post/ send/ mail

  • Get back: return

  • Get through: make contact on the phone

  • Get to : reach

  • Get away: escape/ flee/ avoid doing sth

  • Get over#: recover from

  • Give out: distributed

  • Give up: stop/ surrender

  • Give out*: finish/ announce/ broadcast/ distribute

  • Give off*: send out

  • Give in: surrender (rendirse o entregarse)

  • Give away: surrender/ reveal

  • Go off: go bad

  • Go up: rise

  • Go down: decrease

  • Go in for: enjoy/ take part in

  • Go out with#: have a romantic relationship with sb

  • Go on: continue

  • Go through: spend

  • Go into: investigate

  • Grow out for: become to elder for

  • Grow up: become adult

  • Hand out#: give sth to everyone in a group

  • Have sb in: have as guests

  • Have sth on: be socially engaged (tener un compromiso)

  • Have sth out: discuss fully

  • Hang on: wait

  • Hang out with#: spend time with sb doing nothing

  • Head for#: go towards

  • Hold up: rob/ delay (robar/retrasar)

  • Hold on: wait

  • Hold out: resist

  • Hold over: postpone

  • Hold back: prevent form making progress

  • Keep on: continue

  • Keep up: go as the same speed as

  • Keep down: control

  • Keep in after: oblige to remain (obligar a permanecer)

  • Keep out: stay outside

  • Keep off: not walk on

  • Keep back: conceal (ocultar o disimular)

  • Keep in: stay on good terms with

  • Knock off: stop work

  • Lay down: establish

  • Lay up with: forced to stay in bed

  • Lay off: send home from work

  • Lay on: arrange

  • Leave off: stop

  • Leave out: omit

  • Live through: survive

  • Live down: recover from

  • Lock up: imprison/ jail (estar en la cárcel)

  • Let off: treat leniently

  • Let in: admit/ leak (2.filtrar(liquido))

  • Let out: allow to go out/ make wider

  • Let up: stop

  • Let down: break one's trust/ disappoint (2.decepcionar)

  • Let back: allow to return

  • Look up: admire/ visit/ find in a dictionary/ visit

  • Look out: be careful

  • Look for: seek

  • Look forward to: anticipate with pleasure

  • Look after: take care of

  • Look over: inspect

  • Look down: despise (despreciar)

  • Look into#: investigate

  • Make out: understand/ write/ pretend/ succeed

  • Make up: apply cosmetics/ prepare/ be reconciled/ invent

  • Make off: run away

  • Move on#: change to a different job or place

  • Move out#: stop living somewhere

  • Own up#: admit to doing something

  • Pass over: leave out

  • Pass up: not take the advantage

  • Pass out: faint (desmayarse)

  • Pass away: die

  • Pass through: to be in transit

  • Pass round: circulate/ offer to everybody

  • Pass down: transmit

  • Pick up: give a lift/ call for/ acquire/ receive/ correct

  • Pick out: identify

  • Pick through: inspect

  • Pick on: victimize

  • Pull into: stop

  • Pull down: demolish

  • Pull through: recover

  • Pull up: stop by

  • Put of: delay

  • Put across: communicate to

  • Put by: save

  • Put off: kill one's taste of

  • Put down: attribute/ kill painlessly

  • Put on: pretend/ organize

  • Put out: inconvenience

  • Put forward#*: suggest for consideration

  • Run down: speak badly about/ become unwound

  • Run into: meet

  • Run over by: kill by

  • Run out: come to the end of

  • Run up: encounter

  • Run off: print

  • Run through: read quickly

  • Set off: leave

  • Set up: establish

  • Set in: settle

  • Set out: intend/ express

  • Set upon: attack

  • Set back: cost/ hinder

  • See off: say goodbye to

  • See through: finish

  • See to: attend

  • Show off#: try to impress people

  • Sign up#: sign something with interest

  • Splash out on#: buy sth expensive

  • Split up#: end a relationship

  • Stay up: not to go to bed

  • Stand in: take the place of

  • Stand out: to be easily notice/ resist

  • Stand down: to be withdrawn

  • Stand up: defend oneself against/ not to keep an appointment

  • Stand by: be ready/ watch without doing anything

  • Take after#: resemble a member of your family

  • Take back: apologize

  • Take off: leave the ground

  • Take in: make smaller

  • Take up*: start

  • Take aback: to be astonished

  • Take down: write

  • Take on: accept/ employ

  • Take away: remove

  • Throw up: abandon

  • Throw away#: get rid of something you don't need more

  • Tell off: reprimand

  • Turn over: capsize (darse la vuelta)

  • Turn down: reject

  • Turn in: go to bed

  • Turn off: extinguish

  • Turn up: appear/ arrive

  • Turn out: developed

  • Turn away: refuse to entry

  • Wear out: ruin/ to be exhausted

  • Wear down: weaken (debilitar)

  • Wear off: disappeared

  • Work out: plan

  • The noun is used after the particle in verbs marked with an asterisk*. However the pronoun must be used before the particle.

  • Verbs marked with # are not necessary for college.