Phrasal Verbs for IELTS

  • Phrasal Verb Z

    zero in on: Direct or focus attention on: The police have ZEROED IN ON the man they believe to be…

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  • Phrasal Verb Y

    Yack On: Talk continuously, especially if it is an annoying way: He YACKED ON for an hour.Yammer On: Talk continuously,…

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  • Phrasal Verb W

    Wade through: Get to the end of something with difficulty: It took me ages to WADE THROUGH the book.Wait about:…

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  • Phrasal Verb V

    vacuum up: Consume: He VACUUMED UP all of the food.vamp up: Make something more exciting, attractive: The place is dull…

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  • Phrasal Verb U

    Urge on: Encourage: The crowd URGED the players ON.Urge upon: Persuade or pressure to accept something: They URGED the contract…

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  • Phrasal Verb T

    Tail back: Form a traffic jam: The traffic TAILED BACK for several miles after the accident.Talk into: Persuade someone to…

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  • Phrasal Verb S

    sack out|Fall asleep|I SACKED OUT in front of the TV.|1saddle up|Put a saddle on and prepare an animal to ride|She…

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  • Phrasal Verb R

    Rain down on: Fall in large numbers: Bombs RAINED DOWN ON the city all night.Rake in: Earn, make money easily:…

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  • Phrasal Verb Q

    Quarrel out: Argue with someone about a specific subject: The girl’s mother was QUARRELING OUT with her daughter about the…

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  • Phrasal Verb P

    Pack up: Stop doing something: You should PACK UP smoking.Pair off: Begin a romantic relationship: They PAIRED OFF shortly after…

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