Phrasal Verbs with Examples (English & Turkish)

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A couple of phrasal verbs with examples and Turkish explanations.

  1. If you eat fast food every day, you will end up overweight or ill.
    end up: sonuçlanmak, olup çıkmak, bitirmek
  2. My sister and I get along very well now, but we used to fight a lot.
    get along: geçinmek, anlaşmak, uyuşmak; ilerlemek, devam etmek
  3. He didn’t drink enough water so he passed out at the end of the race.
    pass out: dağıtmak, vermek; bayılmak
  4. I didn’t have an excuse, so I made one up.
    make up: uydurmak, oluşturmak; makyaj yapmak
  5. Yakup hung up on me. He didn’t want to speak anymore.
    hang up: telefonu kapatmak
  6. Our car broke down at the side of the highway in the snowstorm.
    break down: bozulmak, parçalamak, yıkılmak
  7. I was tied up so I couldn’t answer the phone.
    tie up: meşgul olmak; bitirmek; bağlantı
  8. I have some loose ends to tie up.
    tie up: meşgul olmak; bitirmek; bağlantı
  9. Ali walked as fast as he could to catch up with Veli.
    catch up: aynı seviyeye ulaşmak, yetişmek
  10. I need to drop off a book at the library.
    drop off: bırakmak, teslim etmek; azalmak, düşmek
  11. The doctor told Ferhat to cut back on fatty foods.
    cut back: eksiltme, kısıntı; azaltmak; geri dönmek
  12. This movie is based on a true story.
    base on: dayandırmak, -e dayanmak
  13. I had to do my report over because my computer crashed.
    do over: yeniden yapmak; tekrar düzenlemek
  14. A: Can we start eating, mom? B: Sure, go ahead.
    go ahead: devam etmek, ilerlemek; önden buyurmak
  15. Zeynep heard shouting, so she went to the hallway to see what was going on.
    go on: ilerlemek, devam etmek; olmak
  16. When you fill out the form, try not to mess up.
    mess up: berbat etmek, karıştırmak, hata yapmak
  17. If he makes a mistake I always think it's best to point it out immediately.
    point out: belirtmek, işaret etmek, göstermek, bildirmek

Source: Enlem ve Boylam 87 - Phrasal Verbs

Publish: 2018-03-02 Update: 2018-03-03 | View: 348
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