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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.

She’s been snowed under this paperwork for weeks. Her allergies acted up frasowe. This information may bear on the case.

They will answer for their deeds. Power shortages were the cause of the black out in the city. Get by – Have just enough money to live on Get down – Make someone depressed Anhielski down to – Start work Get in – Arrange for someone to do a job – Arrive train, frazowr, etc. The kids belted up in their seats and waited for me to start the car. Having spent a day in jail, Tom was bailed out by his parents.

You can’t back out now. I bend over backwards for you and you don’t appricate it. The whole office was buzzing with rumours about their affair. Wanna come with us? She acted on his advice. Tommy blew out the candles when everyone was singing “Happy Birthday”. Add in the tip too! The test is tomorrow. They blanked out the passage so that nobody could anngielski it. I could hear her banging around in her room.

Roll up – To appear in large numbers for an event Roll up! They both were in on our plan. 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’m fed up with these phrasal verbs. Show around – Take someone to a place to show them certain parts Show in – Take someone into an office or other room Show off – Behave in a way so as to attract attention – Display something you are proud of – Make the qualities of another thing more apparent Show out – Take someone to out of a room or building Show over – Take someone frzaowe a site Show round – Take someone to a place to show them certain parts Show through – When a feeling can be seen despite attempts to conceal it Show up – Attend something or arrive somewhere – Become clear or apparent – Make someone feel embarrassed or ashamed Shut away – Imprison or remove someone’s freedom Shut down – Close a business, shop, etc.

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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 on – Have a low opinion of Look for – Try to find Look forward to – Wait for or anticipate something pleasant 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 over – Inspect Look round – Inspect a house Look to – Expect, hope Look up – Consult a reference work dictionary, phonebook, etc.

The radio is off. She is onto getting a job as an English teacher. Icouldn’t account for what I was doing yesterday.

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Clear up – Cure or recover from an infection – Tidy up Click through – Open an advertisement on the Internet Climb down – Accept that you are wrong and change your position Clog up – Block, slow movement right down Close down – Close a shop, branch or business permanently Cloud over – Get very cloudy Clown about – Behave stupidly or waste time Clown around – Behave stupidly or waste time Cock up – Ruin or spoil something Colour Color up – Blush Come about – Happen, occur Come across – Find by accident – Agree to have sex with someone – The way other people see you Come apart – Break into pieces Come before – Appear crazowe court charged with a crime or offence Come by – Visit – Acquire Come down – Rain – Travel Come down on – Criticise heavily Come down with – Fall ill Come forth – Appear Come forth with – Provide information Come from – Country or town where you were born Come czasownoki – Arrive for flights – Place or ranking in a competition, etc.


Tom asked Mary out. They will be in soon. Please, stop writing and put away your pens. My car was banged up by a careless lady driver.

They bailed us out of the trouble. She failed the test and has been down for a week.

They backed up my story. He bashed out his essey and got a lousy mark. He’s been up since 4. We were taken aback by the stupid look on his face. We booked into the hotel in the morning. She blurted out all our secrets. He was in on this robbery. She was taken with my charming smile. Blow out – Extinguish candles, matches: What are the kids up to this time?

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Bad weather accounted for the heavy traffice. She’s barged into the meeting as if she suddenly were on the Board od Directors. The racket blasted off and was on its way to the Moon.