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Autor:  André Oliveira
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Data:  12/NOV/2003 4:46 PM
Assunto:  Re: The most commonly used Phrasal Verbs
 
Mensagem:  Oi, Veja neste sire abaixo. http://www.eslcafe.com/pv/ Fiz até um pedaço, depois cansei. Até o &"L&". Obviamente não é completa. Depois dessa lista até o &"L&", tem mais uma lista, só que com significado em inglês. Espero que te ajude. Um abraço André PHRASAL VERBS 1 ) BRING OFF = realizar alguma coisa difícil BRING UP = mencionar BRING UP = criar ( uma criança ) 2 ) CALL OFF = cancelar um compromisso CALL ON = visitar CALL ON = chamar alguém na aula para responder 3 ) CATCH ON = aprender, “pegar” o que foi ensinado CATCH UP WITH = juntar-se a alguém 4 ) CHECK IN = registrar-se em um hotel CHECK OUT = realizar os procedimentos para deixar um hotel CHECK OFF = checar marcando o que foi conferido 5 ) CHEER UP = animar alguém quando está triste 6 ) CHICKEN OUT = acovardar-se CHIP IN = fazer uma vaquinha 7 ) CLAM UP = ficar quieto de repente 8 ) COME ACROSS = encontrar inesperadamente COME TO = perfaz um total de... COME TO = voltar à consciência COME UP = surgir COME OUT = constatar COME UPON = encontrar, achar COME AFTER = ir buscar COME ACROSS = topar com, encontrar-se com... COME AT = conseguir, atacar COME OFF = acontecer, terminar COME INTO = herdar, estar envolvido em... COME OVER = juntar-se a, vir 9 ) CROSS OUT = marcar com um “x” uma opção errada 10 ) CUT BACK ( ON ) = diminuir a quantidade. Ex: &"You should cut back on the amount of coffee that you drink.&" 11 ) DO IN = assassinar, matar DO OVER = fazer de novo, repetir 12 ) DRAG ON = demorar mais do que o necessário 13 ) DRAW UP = criar um documento formal DRAW OUT = prolongar além dos limites 14 ) DROP IN ( ON ) = visitar informalmente. Ex: Please try to drop in on us.&" DROP BY = visitar informalmente DROP OFF = dar uma carona DROP OUT ( OF ) = parar de freqüentar um curso, universidade, etc 16 ) EAT OUT = comer fora 17 ) EGG ON = encorajar, “empurrar” alguém a fazer algo 18 ) END UP = terminar, dar. Ex: We got lost last night and ended up in the next town. 19 ) FACE UP TO = encarar ( responsabilidade ) , admitir 20 ) FIGURE OUT = entender ( um comportamento ). Ex.: I can't figure Margie out. Sometimes she's very warm and friendly and sometimes she acts as if she doesn't know me.&" 21 ) FILL IN ( ON ) = dizer o que foi tratado. Ex.: Could you fill me in on what was discussed? FILL IN FOR = substituir em uma função. Ex.: Do you know who's going to fill in for her? FILL OUT = preencher totalmente um formulário FILL OUT = engordar fork out for – pay for freak out = perder o controle, enlouquecer I’m really crazy about that car, but I don’t have any buck to fork out for it! 22 ) FIND OUT ABOUT = dar-se conta de algo. 23 ) GET ACROSS = fazer alguma coisa ser entendida. Ex.: Alan is really intelligent but sometimes he has problems getting his ideas across. get after someone – tell someone to do something; urge or scold Every time Bob goes to the beach, his girlfriend has to get after him to take his sunglasses. GET ALONG WITH = dar-se bem com... GET ALONG ( IN ) = avançar, desenvolver-se. Ex.: How’re you getting along in school? GET AROUND = evitar de fazer alguma coisa. Ex.: Teresa got around the required math classes by doing well on a math proficiency test. GET AROUND = andar, movimentar-se de um lugar para outro. GET AROUND TO = fazer algo eventualmente. Ex.: I really should wash the dishes, but I don't feel like it. Maybe I'll get around to them tomorrow morning. GET BY = sobreviver a uma situação financeira difícil. GET IN = chegar GET ON = entrar em um veículo grande. Avião, navio, trem, ônibus, etc. GET OFF = sair de um veículo grande. GET OFF = gozar ( sexualmente ) GET OFF = ser liberado de uma atividade. Ex.: Some schools got President's Day off but ours didn't. GET OFF = livrar alguém de ser punido. Ex.: Everyone knew he was guilty, but his lawyer was clever and got him off. GET OUT OF = sair de um veículo pequeno. Carro, etc. GET OUT OF = escapar-se de fazer alguma coisa. Ex.: Lisa said she had a terrible headache and got out of giving her speech today. GET OVER = terminar GET OVER = recuperar-se de doença GET RID OF = ver-se livre de alguma coisa. Ex.: That shirt is really ugly. Why don't you get rid of it? GET UP = levantar-se 24 ) GIVE UP = parar de fazer algo ( hábito ). Ex.: He knows smoking isn't good for his health, but he can't give it up. GIVE UP = desistir por não alcançar o objetivo. GIVE IN = ceder GIVE AWAY = distribuir, dar, revelar um segredo GIVE OFF = soltar, expulsar 25 ) GO OUT WITH = sair para um encontro ( romântico ) com alguém GO WITH = combinar ( roupas, móveis, etc ). Ex.: You should buy that shirt. It will go well with your dark brown suit. GO AFTER = perseguir, correr atrás GO AT = atacar, atuar com força 26 ) GOOF OFF = lagartear, ficar sem fazer nada go for – have a special liking for Jennifer really goes for classic music. 27 ) HAND IN = entregar um trabalho, uma lição de casa. HAND OUT = distribuir HAND OVER = entregar, transferir, entregar para a polícia. 28 ) HANG UP = colocar o fone no gancho. HANG OUT = morar ( gíria ), pendurar para exibir 29 ) HOLD UP = levantar, erguer. HOLD UP = assaltar HOLD UP = fazer alguém se atrasar, demorar. HOLD ON = agüentar. HOLD OFF = repelir, afastar HOLD OUT = resistir, estender a mão 30 ) JACK UP = levantar, erguer com um macaco ( jack ) JACK UP = aumentar preços 31 ) JUMP ALL OVER = xingar furioso 32 ) KEEP ON = continuar a fazer algo KEEP ON = “ficar em cima” de alguém para que faça uma tarefa KEEP UP = preservar, manter um ritmo de trabalho constante. KEEP OFF ( AWAY ) = manter distância de... 33 ) LAY OFF = despedir por falta de serviço ou dinheiro. 34 ) LEAVE OUT ( OFF ) = omitir, esquecer. Ex.: Oh, no! When I made the list of those who attended the meeting, I left your name out! 35 ) LET DOWN = desapontar LET UP = diminuir de intensidade. Ex.:It's been raining hard for a long time. Will it ever let up? LET OFF = libertar, soltar LET IN = deixar entrar, estreitar uma roupa Phrasal verbs (separable) Ask out - invite to go somewhere Blow up - inflates; explode Blurt out - say something unexpectedly Bring back - return Bring up - mention; raise children Burn down - burn a building to the ground Burn up - destroy by burning Call up - telephone Call off - cancel Chase down - follow someone to catch them Cheer up - make someone happy Clear up - correct a misunderstanding Cross out - draw a line through Dream up - imagine Drown out - overwhelm with noise Dry off - remove moisture from a surface Egg on - encourage Explain away - give an excuse for something Fight off - defend successfully Figure out - find an answer Fill in/out - complete a form Find out - discover Fix up - repair or renovate Get across - make understandable Get down - depress Give away - distribute at no cost Give back - return something to the owner Hand in - submit Hand out - distribute Hand over - surrender something Keep away from - avoid Lead on - give false hope to someone Leave out - omit Let down - disappoint Look over - examine; inspect Look up - find information a reference book Make up - create; invent Mark down - discount a price Mess up - make something disorganized or dirty Mix up - confuse Pencil in - make a tentative appointment Pick out - select; choose Pick up - come to get; lift something Point out - show; mention Put away - store Put back - return to a customary place Put down - place something on a surface; insult Put off - postpone; delay Put on - start wearing Put out - extinguish something burning Rip up - tear into small pieces Screw up - make a mistake Slow down - make something go more slowly Take back - return; retract a statement Take in - give shelter; deceive; adjust in size Take off - remove clothes; leave Take on - accept a challenge Take out - act as host on a date Talk over - discuss Tear up - rip into small pieces Tell off - express angry response to someone Think over - consider Think up - create Throw away - discard Try on - test the way something fits Try out - test the way something works Turn down - refuses an offer or invitation Turn down - decrease the sound level Turn off - stop the operation of a machine Turn on - start the operation of a machine Turn up - increase the sound level Work out - resolve Write down - make a note of something Phrasal verbs (non-separable) Break down - stop working or functioning Break up with - end a relation ship Catch up with - become equal to; level with Chicken out - be afraid to continue an action Come up - happen Come up with - invent Fade away - gradually disappear Fizzle out - become ineffective Flunk out - fail in school Get over - recover from a shock or illness Get up - leave bed in the morning Give in - surrender Go on - continue Go over - review Go through with - continue with resolve Give up - quit Give up on - stop trying Go with - date exclusively Goof off - waste time Goof up - make a mistake Grow up - get bigger and older Hang out - spend free time somewhere Keep on - continue Lighten up - become less serious Look after - take care of someone Look down on - have a poor opinion of; disdain Look up to - admire Make up with - reestablish a relationship Pass out - faint Put up with - tolerate Run across - find or meet by chance Run into - collide; meet unexpectedly Run over - hit someone with a vehicle Show off - act conspicuously Stay up - not go to bed Turn around - face the opposite direction Work out - exercise


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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
The most commonly used Phrasal Verbs  –  Jorge Santos  12/NOV/2003, 4:31 PM
 Re: The most commonly used Phrasal Verbs  –  André Oliveira  12/NOV/2003, 4:46 PM
Re: The most commonly used Phrasal Verbs  –  Elsa  12/NOV/2003, 6:29 PM
Re: The most commonly used Phrasal Verbs  –  Jorge Santos  12/NOV/2003, 8:34 PM
Re: The most commonly used Phrasal Verbs  –  pat  13/NOV/2003, 11:13 AM
Re: The most commonly used Phrasal Verbs  –  David  14/NOV/2003, 2:16 PM

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