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PHRASAL VERBS

Phrasal verb is a phrase that consists of a main verb and preposition or a main verb and an adverb. For example: to get on (get+on); to ask after (ask+after). The meaning of a phrasal verb is different from the meaning of its main verb. Phrasal verbs often have several meanings.

Phrasal verbs by topics
Telephone


Lists of phrasal verbs 


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The symbol (S) indicates the separable idioms.


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