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TOEFL Vocab: Phrasal Verbs

Subjects : toefl, english, vocabulary
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1. Be built; explode or suddenly burst into flame

2. Enter

3. Cancel

4. Stay away

5. Attend to; deal with

6. Examination

7. To sing a song or play an instrument (informal)

8. Decide on or choose; attack

9. Pass responsibility to someone else

10. Make visible; arrive

11. Move towards something

12. Refrain

13. Finish your drink

14. Fail to achieved

15. Have a friendly relationship with someone

16. Improve - revise your language skills

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

18. Order to be brought

19. Ask for help

20. To be communicated or understood

21. Allow to be released

22. Fire

23. Reduce; defeat

24. Last

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

26. Be careful

27. Find the time to do something

28. To give something to a person in authority

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

30. Become unattached

31. Think of the past

32. Respect

33. Appear; increase the volume

34. Shut securely

35. Continue

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

37. Establish

38. Disappoint

39. Say that you'd like someone to give you something

40. Look or behave like someone in the family

41. Store

42. Investigate

43. To relax. become quiet or calm - especially after a state of agitation

44. Accept extra work or responsibility

45. Endure

46. Emit

47. Hinder; stop and rob by use of threats or force

48. 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 :

49. Make a success of something against all expectations

50. Think about something carefully