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TOEFL Vocab: Phrasal Verbs

Subjects : toefl, english, vocabulary
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1. Look for info in a dictionary

2. Make sure someone is ok

3. Produce

4. Think about something till you understand it

5. Elope

6. Postpone; to delay doing something because you do not want to do it now

7. Pass off gradually

8. Ask for help

9. Rise

10. Constitute; invent (a story - etc); compensate (for a loss - etc); become reconciled after a quarrel; apply cosmetics

11. Pay a debt in full

12. Meet by chance

13. Pass responsibility to someone else

14. Expel; produce by work

15. Continue

16. Establish

17. Prepare; arrange according to a plan

18. Accept

19. Search for something

20. To demolish a building that is no longer used

21. Look and feel weak or sick; speak badly of people

22. Fulfill (expectation)

23. Examination

24. Tolerate

25. Progress at same pace as others; maintain

26. Sink or crash; be defeated in a contest

27. Proceed; to take place as planned

28. To extinguish something - e.g. a fire or cigarette

29. Improve - revise your language skills

30. Return something to someone

31. Arise; to appear or happen in a way that requires attention

32. Support a person for the duration of a difficult time.

33. Be used until no longer usable; tire out

34. Retreat

35. Move towards something

36. Appear; emerge

37. Return

38. Appear; increase the volume

39. Finish or complete

40. Escape

41. Accumulate

42. Quarrel

43. To show how silly something or somebody is by imitating them in a funny way (informal)

44. Put into practice

45. Pass something on to a younger person or a successor; announce something - esp. a judgment or sentence - formally or publicly.

46. Try to impress others

47. To have no more of something to sell

48. Decide on or choose; attack

49. Attend to; deal with something

50. Total