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TAKE UP definition (phrasal verb)

1. occupy time: This English assignment is taking so much up of my time. 2. to start doing something regularly: I've just taken up Karate. More for you: 19...

LOOK UP meaning (phrasal verb)

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); Look up: to improve Last week business was really slow but this week it's looking up. to find...

CALL OFF meaning (phrasal verb)

Call off: to cancel something, to decide to stop something that is already happening 15 Phrasal Verbs with CALL: call up, call out, call around ... Call after...

8 Phrasal Verbs with BREAK [Infographic]

Share This Infographic On Your Site<p><strong>Please include attribution to MyEnglishTeacher.eu with this graphic.</strong></p><br /><br /> <p><a href='https://www.myenglishteacher.eu/blog/phrasal-verbs-with-break/'><img src='https://www.myenglishteacher.eu/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/phrasal-verbs-with-break.png' alt='Phrasal Verbs with Break' width='750' border='0' /></a></p><br...

CHIP IN meaning (phrasal verb)

Chip in (phrasal verb): to help, to put money toward something More for you: Idioms and Slang words for Money with Examples from Hip Hop Songs Phrasal Verbs...

ASK OUT meaning

Ask out (phrasal verb): to ask somebody or invite somebody to go on a date More for you: Phrasal Verbs with ASK in Image! Difference Between Asking and...

14 Phrasal Verbs with Play

Play about Play along Play around Play at Play away Play back Play down Play off Play off against Play on Play out Play up Play up to Play with Play about to behave in a silly way Stop playing...

To Pig Out Meaning (phrasal verb)

Image source To pig out on something: to eat a lot or too much I've eaten well all week so tomorrow night I'm going to pig out. I...

15 Most Useful Phrasal Verbs [Infographic]

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