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TOEFL Vocab: Phrasal Verbs

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1. Begin or start

2. Decide on or choose; attack

3. To have no more of something to sell

4. Keep(a danger - etc.) at a distance

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

6. Continue

7. Cause to happen

8. Explode

9. Be removed by brushing / rudely ignore someone

10. Bring people together; a summary of facts or figures

11. Total

12. Cease making an effort; resign oneself to failure

13. Draw attention to

14. Attend to; deal with

15. Tolerate

16. Investigate

17. To look at or check something very carefully

18. To construct or build; accommodate; provide (money - etc)

19. Arrange

20. Have enough place for something in a place

21. Search for something

22. Seek

23. Develop a liking or ability for

24. Manage to live using the money - knowledge - equipment that you have

25. Write out (a list - etc); manage to read; understand

26. Hinder or slow down the progress of

27. Abolish; get rid of

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

29. Emit

30. Recover from (an upsetting experience); over come (difficulty)

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

32. Enter by force

33. Unite

34. Pass off gradually

35. Fail to achieved

36. Return something to someone

37. Last

38. Obtain

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

40. Pass something to the next person in a series or succession; pass responsibility for something to someone else; delegate.

41. Finish your drink

42. Descend

43. Return

44. Look or behave like someone in the family

45. Prepare; arrange according to a plan

46. Stop having faith or belief in

47. Accompany a person who is leaving to their point of departure; Brit. repel an invader or intruder; informal deal with the threat posed by; get the better of :

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

49. Support in a difficulty; keep 2 a promise

50. Be built; explode or suddenly burst into flame