- What is the phrasal verb of take?
- What is the phrasal verb of stay?
- What is the phrasal verb of quarrel?
- What is the phrasal verb of resembles?
- What is the phrasal verb of arrived?
- What kind of verb is arrive?
- What is the phrasal verb for wear?
- Is phrasal verb put up?
- What is the phrasal verb of surrender?
- What is the phrasal verb of rejected?
What is the phrasal verb of take?
Phrasal Verbs with TAKEPhrasal VerbMeaningExampleTake upStart something e.g.
a job.While writing his first book Tony took up a job as a teacher.Take upMake something shorterThat skirt is too long for you.
It will need to be taken up.Take upContinue something interruptedShe took up the story where Bill had left off.21 more rows.
What is the phrasal verb of stay?
Stay on means to remain in a place or job longer than planned. “He stayed on in school after lessons to speak to his teachers.”
What is the phrasal verb of quarrel?
to disagree with someone or something Nobody could quarrel with your conclusions.
What is the phrasal verb of resembles?
(transitive – inseparable) This phrasal verb is used when you want to say that someone looks like (or resembles) an older member of the family, usually their mother or father. This similarity is either of physical appearance, temperament, a habit or general characteristic of that older family member or relative.
What is the phrasal verb of arrived?
arrive at Definitions and Synonymspresent tensehe/she/itarrives atpresent participlearriving atpast tensearrived atpast participlearrived at1 more row
What kind of verb is arrive?
Get It Right! The verb arrive is never used with the preposition to: ✗ He meets them at an inn before they arrive to the house….arrive Definitions and Synonyms present tensepast participlearrived4 more rows
What is the phrasal verb for wear?
Wear away, wear down, wear out and wear through can all be used in this sense, as in ‘The grass has been worn away by the constant tramp of tourists’ feet’ or ‘This type of road surface will wear down ordinary tyres pretty quickly’.
Is phrasal verb put up?
PUT UP (phrasal verb) definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary.
What is the phrasal verb of surrender?
The phrasal verb give up can mean ‘to surrender’ i.e. to stop trying and admit defeat. It can be used when we can’t answer a quiz/test question someone asks us.
What is the phrasal verb of rejected?
turn downThe phrasal verb of ‘rejected’ is ‘turn down’.