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TOEFL Vocab: Phrasal Verbs

Subjects : toefl, english, vocabulary
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. Descend






2. Accompany; match or harmonize with






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






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






5. Continue






6. Bring to notice; resign from; vomit






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






8. Last






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






10. Make sure someone is ok






11. Cease making an effort; resign oneself to failure






12. Disconnected






13. Despatch; circulate






14. Bring or come to an end






15. To have no more of something to sell






16. Prepare; arrange according to a plan






17. Something transferred or resulting from a previous situation or context






18. Endure






19. Accumulate






20. Become unattached






21. Begin a journey






22. Expel; produce by work






23. Have no more supplies






24. Confuse; involve






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






26. Complete (a form)






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






28. Take care of






29. Eat in restaurant






30. Respect






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






32. Provide






33. Enter by force






34. Put into practice






35. Examination






36. Begin to fly; remove






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






38. Obtain






39. Make a success of something against all expectations






40. Write something quickly






41. Relax






42. Distribute or present






43. Quarrel






44. Announce; become exhausted or used up






45. Repay money borrowed; an act of revenge or retaliation






46. Die






47. Refrain






48. Investigate






49. Pay a visit






50. Register on departure