Phrasal Verb

Phrasal Verb

Phrasal Verb

Important Phrasal Verbs for Board Exam

1. Act on (प्रभाव डालना)

Use – The poison acted on the mind of the patient.

2. Act for (किसी के स्थान पर काम करना)

Use – During the absence of the President, Vice President acts for him.

3. Act upon (के अनुसार कार्य करना)

Use – We must act upon our elders.

4. Account for (जवाब देना)

Use – I had to account for all the money that was missing.

5. Abide by (स्वीकार करना)

Use – We have to abide by what the court says.

6. Act out (प्रदर्शित करना)

Use – They acted out the story on the stage.

7. Back out (मुकर जाना)

Use – A good man never backs out of his promise.

8. Back up (समर्थन करना)

Use – India backed up Bangladesh in her struggle against Pakistan.

9. Break out (फैल जाना)

Use – Plague broke out in my city last year.

10. Break into (सेंध लगाना)

Use – The thief broke into the house last night.

11. Bring up (पालन पोषण करना)

Use – After the death of his father, he was brought up by his uncle.

12. Bring home (समझाना)

Use – My teacher brought home several important points in extra class.

13. Break down (काम करना बंद हो जाना)

Use – My computer broke down yesterday.

14. Break out (शुरू होना)

Use – A war broke out in Pakistan.

15. Burst into (खिलखिलाकर)

Use – She burst into laughter when she heard the joke.

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16. Black out (बेहोश हो जाना)

Use – Ravi blacked out and fall on the floor.

17. Bank on (भरोसा करना)

Use – Ravi is banking on your help.

18. Bear with (सहन करना)

Use – It is difficult to bear with stupid people.

19. Blow away (हत्या करना)

Use – He grabbed a gun and blew the police officer away.

20. Blow up (गुस्सा करना)

Use – Ravi blew up when he heard what I had done wrong.

21. Bear down (दबाव डालना)

Use – Don’t bear down on the pen otherwise you will break it.

22. Bear with (धैर्य रखना)

Use – Ravi has to bear with all the hardships in his life.

23. Back off (पीछे हटना)

Use – The police told the protesters to back off.

24. Back up (सहारा देना)

Use – The rest of the staff backed her up when she complained about working conditions.

25. Bring back (याद दिलाना)

Use – Your letter brought back the memories for your marriage ceremony.

26. Bring about (उत्तरदायी होना)

Use – The principal of the college was brought about for undiscipline among the students.

27. Bring out (प्रकाशित करना)

Use – The new edition of the book will be brought out soon.

28. Carry out (अंजाम देना)

Use – An experiment was carried out in order to know the results.

29. Come across (संयोगवश मिलना)

Use – I came across with one of my old friends.

30. Call on (अपील करना)

Use – I called on my friend to help me.

Active and Passive Voice –

31. Call upon (जोर से पुकारना)

Use – Ravi called upon my name in the hall.

32. Call in (बुलाना)

Use – The manager called in Ravi.

33. Call off ( समाप्त करना)

Use – Workers called off the strike.

34. Call at (मिलने जाना)

Use – My father was called at my grandfather’s house.

35. Call upon (निवेदन करना)

Use – I was called upon to discuss the problem of water pollution.

36. Come out (प्रकाशित होना)

Use – I hope that the book will come out in the next month.

37. Come about (घटित होना)

Use – She does not know how it came about.

38. Come by (प्राप्त होना)

Use – It is difficult to come by old coins.

39. Come off (आरंभ होना)

Use – The annual function will come off in the month of January.

40. Cut out (समाप्त करना)

Use – You must cut out smoking for your good health.

41. Cut down (कम करना)

Use – If you want to get thin, you must cut down sweets.

42. Cut off (काट देना)

Use – The power supply of the +own has been cut off.

43. Doze off (झपकी लेना)

Use – I was dozing off in the room.

44. Do up (थक जाना)

Use – After day’s hard labour, the poor labourer is completely done up.

45. Drop in (अचानक किसी स्थान पर पहुंच जाना)

Use – I did not invite my friend at my birthday but he dropped in.

46. Fall off (कम होना)

Use – The attendance has fallen off today due to heavy rain.

47. Get up (उठना)

Use – When do you get up?

48. Get through (पास होना)

Use – We must work hard to get through.

49. Get under (काबू पाना)

Use – The fire was so terrible that it could not be got under easily.

50. Get out (बाहर निकालना)

Use – The teacher asked the boy to get out.

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51. Get along (मिलकर रहना)

Use – We should get along for our progress.

52. Get away (भाग जाना)

Use – The servant got away with the ornament yesterday.

53. Get off (छुटकारा पाना)

Use – He wants to get off smoking as it is a bad habit.

54. Get over (निपटना)

Use – I don’t know how to get over these difficulties.

55. Give away (बांटना)

Use – The chief guest gave away the prizes to the winners.

56. Give up (त्यागना)

Use – We should give up our bad habits.

57. Give off (छोड़ना)

Use – That white flower gives off a beautiful smell.

58. Get about (घूमना फिरना)

Use – I got about a lot with my friends last year.

59. Give way (टूटना)

Use – Due to heavy rains, the old bridge gave way.

60. Go through (गुजरना)

Use – My friend was going through a dense forest yesterday.

61. Go into (जांच करना)

Use – He requested me to go into the matter carefully.

62. Go by (अपनाना)

Use – Honesty is good rule to go by.

63. Go off (सफलतापूर्वक संपन्न होना)

Use – The Republic Day celebration went off well.

64. Go away (चले जाना)

Use – My friend went away from here to Delhi yesterday.

65. Go on (जारी रखना)

Use – Go on with your work as before.

66. Go ahead (आगे बढ़ना)

Use – Don’t be discouraged, go ahead.

67. Go about (इधर-उधर घूमना)

Use – It is bad to go about the whole day.

68. Go for (आक्रमण करना)

Use – The dog went for the stranger as soon as he entered the street.

69. Go down (स्मरण किया जाना)

Use – Mahatma Gandhi will go down in history as the Father of the Nation.

70. Give out (घोषित करना)

Use – It was given out that he was a bankrupt.

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71. Get rid of (छुटकारा पाना)

Use – I want to get rid of my bad habits.

72. Give over (त्याग देना)

Use – My friend suggested me to give over the bad habits.

73. Hold back (छिपाना)

Use – We should not hold back our bad habits from our friends.

74. Hold out (डटे रहना)

Use – I think, the strikers will be able to hold out for long.

75. Hold over (स्थगित करना)

Use – The principal has held over the examinations forbade a week due to election.

76. Hold on (रुकना)

Use – Could you hold on for a minute, I will be free in a minute.

77. Hunt down (पीछा करना)

Use – The police hunted the killer down.

78. Hang out (ठहरना)

Use – Ravi is hanging out.

79. Hold up (लूटना)

Use – The stranger was held up by the robbers.

80. Hold fast (मजबूती से पकड़ना)

Use – The boy held fast to his mother.

81. Iron out (समाधान करना)

Use – We need to have a meeting his week in order to iron out the distribution problems.

82. Keep away (दूर रखना)

Use – If you want to loose weight, keep away from sweets.

82. Keep on (जारी रखना)

Use – Ravi kept on talking.

83. Keep up (जारी रखना)

Use – You are doing a great job. Keep it up.

84. Knock down (नीचे गिराना)

Use – The car knocked her down and she broke her arm.

85. Look after (देखभाल करना)

Use – Ravi looked after his sick mother.

86. Look for (तलाश करना)

Use – What are you looking for?

87. Let down (निराश करना)

Use – He did not want his family let down so he studied hard to get the top position.

88. Look up (खोजना)

Use – Ravi tried to look up the words in a dictionary.

89. Look on (मानना)

Use – Ravi look on you as his brother.

90. Let off (क्षमा करना)

Use – The teacher let off the student with a warning.

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91. Make out (समझाना)

Use – I could not make out what you said.

92. Make off (भाग जाना)

Use – The servant made off with his master’s cycle.

93. Make up (पूरा करना)

Use – Ravi has made up his lost strength.

94. Open up (खुलकर बोलना)

Use – Ravi hates to open up and discuss her feelings.

95. Pass on (गुजर जाना, देना)

Use – Ravi passed on last Sunday.

96. Pull down (नष्ट करना)

Use – The old building has been pulled down.

97. Put out (बुझाना)

Use – We tried to put out the fire.

98. Pass away (गुजर जाना)

Use – His uncle passed away in an accident.

99. Put down (शक्ति से दबाना)

Use – The terrorists should be put down.

100. Put on (पहनना)

Use – Ravi has Putin his clothes.

101. Put off (उतारना)

Use – Ravi has put off his clothes.

102. Put off (स्थगित करना)

Use – The meeting was put off.

103. Pass by (ध्यान न देना)

Use – Just before the examination some students pass by what they think unimportant.

104. Pass off (समाप्त होना)

Use – The danger has passed off.

105. Put up with (सहन करना)

Use – I can not put up with this insult.

106. Run after (पीछा करना)

Use – The police was running after the thief.

107. Run out (समाप्त हो जाना)

Use – Old stocks have run out.

108. Run over (कुचल देना)

Use – The old man was run over by a bus.

109. Run away (भाग जाना)

Use – Seeing the police, the thief ran away.

110. Run down (कमजोर होना)

Use – Ravi has run down due to illness.

111. Rely on (भरोसा करना)

Use – Rely on your hard work as there is no shortcut of success.

112. Put in (डालना)

Use – Put in the thread into the needle now.

113. Queer up (बर्बाद करना)

Use – I queered the exam up.

114. Stand by (समर्थन करना, साथ देना)

Use – You stood by me in my difficulties.

115. Set up (स्थापित करना, फसाना)

Use – The police set the thief up.

Use – He has set up his business.

Active and Passive Voice –

116. Set in (प्रारंभ होना)

Use – The winter has set in, use woolen clothes.

117. Set aside (अस्वीकार करना)

Use – The judgement was set aside by the High Court.

118. Set off (प्रस्थान करना)

Use – We set off for work at eight thirty.

119. Screw up (गड़बड़ कर देना)

Use – Dinesh screwed up his written exam but still he got passed.

120. See off (विदा करना)

Use – I went to see off my sister.

121. Stand against (विरोध करना)

Use – Rana Pratap stood against Akbar.

122. Set out (यात्रा पर जाना, निकल पड़ना)

Use – The pilgrims have set out for Kedar Nath

123. Strike off (हटा देना)

Use – His name has been struck off from the register.

124. Show off (दिखावा करना)

Use – Ravi wanted to show off his new car.

125. Stand for (पछ लेना)

Use – Nehru stood for peace.

126. Start up (शुरू करना)

Use – They started up of marketing in Europe.

127. See through (समझना)

Use – I shall see through this project before starting it.

128. Take away (दूर करना)

Use – The police took the protestors away.

129. Take after (समान होना)

Use – The boy takes after his elder brother.

130. Take down (लिखना)

Use – Ravi can not come out as he is busy taking down class notes.

131. Take over (दूसरे से अधिकार में ले लेना)

Use – Ravi has taken over as Principal from Mohan.

132. Take up (घेरना, स्थान लेना)

Use – The new printing machine takes up too much space.

133. Turn out (बाहर निकालना)

Use – Ravi was turned out of the class.

134. Turn up (आना)

Use – Why did you not turn up when you made a promise to come?

135. Take on (आमने सामने होना)

Use – India will take on Pakistan in the final.

136. Turn down (ठुकरा देना)

Use – He turned down my proposal.

137. Urge on (प्रोत्साहित करना)

Use – The crowd urged the players on.

138. Work up (धीरे-धीरे बनाना)

Use – He was worked up a business for his children.

139. Work upon (प्रभाव डालना)

Use – Your words work upon my feelings.

140. Yack on (बकबक करना)

Use – Ravi yacked on for an hour.

142. Zoom in (आकार बढ़ाना)

Use – The camera zoomed in to show people’s faces.

143. Zoom out (आकार घटाना)

Use – The camera zoomed out to show the entire crowd.

144. Yield to (आत्मसमर्पण करना)

Use – I tried hard to resist, but in the end I yielded to temptation and ate it all.

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