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Most Important Phrasal Verbs pdf for SSC,Bank exams

Most Important Phrasal Verbs pdf for SSC,Bank exams; Phrasal verbs pdf for SSC,bank exams

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💠Compilation of most important phrasal verbs for SSC-BANK exams
1) Account for- To explain the reason for
 
Example- “Asking government to account for its work is a trend now”, PM Narendra Modi
 
 
2) Answer for – To be responsible for
 
 Example-  “Julian Assange needs to answer for what he has done”,Hillary Clinton.



3) Ask after – To make inquiries about the health of someone
 
 Example – Is Deepika Padukone Pregnant?” fans ask   after she flaunts her IIFA 2019 look.



4) Ask for To demand
 
 Example- Gold medalist don’t ask for Gold in marriage”, Anandiben Patel
 
 
5) Back out- To withdraw from something before completion/to fail to keep promise
 
Example –  Major payment companies back out of Facebook’s Libra Cryptocurrency.



6) Back up- To support
 
 Example –    “50% of women in relationships  have a  back-up partner”, a study says
 
 
7) Bank upon/count on To rely on
 
 Example- “You can’t bank upon Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli only”, Ganguly to other players.
 
 
8) Bear down- To overthrow or crush by force
 
 Example-  Landslide and flood warning as 2 typhoons bear down on Japan.

9) Bear up – To withstand stress or difficulty

Example- Everyone has to bear up some difficulties.

 
10) Bear with- to tolerate with someone
 
Example –  Please bear with us. We do have a few ghosts in the machine. Trying to rectify these quickly.”Company’s  spokeperson on website crash.
 
11) Become of- To happen
 
 Example-  I wonder, what became of Parineeti Chopra’s career.

12) Branch out- To spread

Example-  Las Vegas Healing garden co-creator plan to branch out across the nation.

13) Break down- To stop working

 Example-  North Korea said that discussions with the U.S. on Pyongyang’s nuclear program have broken down.



14) Break into- To enter by force

Example- A teenager attempted to break into a German prison to win back his Ex-gf.

 
15) Break off- To stop suddenly/to end a relationship

 Example- Virat Kohli broke off in the middle of a match, when he heard the news of his father.

 

16) Break out- To start suddenly(disease, war etc)

 Example- Dengue has broken out in delhi.



17) Break up- To end/disperse

 Example-  Selena Gomez opens up about her romance and ultimate break up with Justin Bieber.



18) Break through- To discover a secret


Example- Google announced a breakthrough in Quantum computing.



19) Bring about- To cause to happen

Example- “Sourav Ganguly as BCCI President can bring about improvement ”,Wriddhiman Saha.

 
20) Bring along To take someone/something

 Example-  Uber is making it easier to bring pets along for the ride.



21) Bring down- To overthrow(a government)/to reduce in position


Example- Tata sky has introduced an optimization feature for its subscribers to bring down monthly subscription cost.

 
22) Bring forwardTo present


Example- The International Parlympic committee has told that it has powers to bring forward events if typhoons strike during Tokyo games.



23) Bring in- To produce, yield or earn


Example- “Day- Night Test cricket will certainly bring in the crowds”, Anil Kumble.



24) Bring on- To cause to happen


Example- Upcoming movie “Conjuring 3” will bring on the scares,chills and frights.

 
25) Bring out- To present to the public/to make some quality noticeable


Example- This Diwali let Ram’s spirit bring out best in us.

26) Bring round- To bring to one’s senses/ to make one  agree to one’s opinion


Example- The trade Union succeeded in bringing the management round to their point of view.

 
27) Bring under- To control


Example- Reliance is planning to bring all digital units under one roof.

 
28) Bring upTo raise/ to rear/ to increase


Example- Deepika Padukone wants to bring up her children exactly the way she was brought up” , Filmfare.



29) Call on To visit a person


Example- Devendra Fadnavis and Shiv Sena leaders separately calls on Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari.



30) Call for To demand


Example- Call for Jihad in J&K against the Indian forces”, Imran Khan



31) Call off- To cancel


Example- Bangladesh Cricketers have called off their strike after getting assurance from the country’s board.



32) Carry away- To arouse too much emotion/zeal


 Example- I was carried away by the emotional scenes of Swadesh movie.



33) Come byTo get


Example- It is difficult to come by a good job now-a-days.



34) Carry on- To continue


Example- Young leg spinner Usman Qadir has vowed to carry on the legency of his late father Abdul Qadir.
35) Carry out- To complete of fulfill/to execute


Example- “Our success will lie in how we carry out Modi’s vision” Devendra Fadnavis.

 
36) Chance upon- To meet/get by chance


Example- I chanced upon one of my friends when I was going to market.

37 Clear of- To free from blame


How LinkedIn steered clear of controversy?

 
38) Come about- To happen


 Example- How did these huge losses in your business come about?



39) Come across- To find (unexpectedly) or meet by chance


Example- Ayushmann’s Bala movie has all hair loss tips we have ever come across on the Internet.



40) Come down- To become lower or cheaperExample- “Onion prices will come down soon”, Bangladesh PM Hasina




41) Come forward To offer help


Example- Shiv Sena should come forward for alternative agreement.”,BJP



42) Close down- To stop operating


Example- The petrol pumps of Reliance closed down.

 
43) Come out- To come into public view happen


Example- Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed that he was motivated to publicly come out as gay.

 
44) Come to- To gain consciousness or to recover/ to get result


Example- US and China have  come to understanding on Trade relationship.



45) Come up Mooted or raised for discussion


Example- The issue of safety came up twice during the meeting.
46) Count on- To depend on, to rely on


Example- Secret to a happy wedding- don’t count on contributions.



47) Cut in To interrupt


Example- You should not cut in with your uncolicited advice.



48) Deal in- To have business of something


Example- He deals in sugar.



49) Deal with- To handle


Example- “No 50-50 deal with Shiv Sena, I will be CM for next 5 years.”, Devendra Fadnavis.

 
50) Die out- To get extinct


Example- Several species died out because of climate change.



51) Dispose of To sell off/ to get rid of


Example- CBDT sets June 30 deadline to dispose of demonetisation cases.



52) Drag on- To stretch


Example- The court cases in India drag on for years.



53) Enter into To start or get involved


Example- India and Saudi Arab will enter into new pact on security.”, MEA



54) Fall back- To retreat


Example- PSUs fall back as private firms move ahead.
55) Fall off- To become less, decrease


Example- Stock prices have fallen off.



56) Figure out- To understand


Example- It took me only one net session to figure   out that Sikhar Dhawan had extraordinary talent”, Coach
 
57) Gain on To come close to someone or something that you are chasing


Example- I am gaining on them in my business. Soon I will leave them behind.



58) Get about/ around- Spread, move around or be socially active


Example- Good news are getting about EnglishKendra.com in market.



59) Get away withTo do something wrong or illegal without getting caught or punished


Example- The thieves got away with all my belongings.



60) Get down- To direct attention toward something


Example- Please get down to your work.



61) Get on- To make progress, to be on harmonious   terms


 Example- He gets on well with all his neighbors.
62) Get rid of To dispose of/ to leave


 Example- I want to get rid of my bad habits.



63) Get through- To finish or assist in finishing


Example- If you work hard, you will get through this task in a week.



64) Give away- To distribute, to reveal, to betray


Example- The chief guest gave away the prizes.

 
65) Give up To leave, to stop doing something/to yield


Example- She has given up smoking.



66) Go ahead- To start or continue to do something


Example- Go ahead if you are willing to get success in your business.



67) Go along- To cooperateExample- I will go along with them on this issue.

68)  Go through- To pass through a time


Example- Let me go through this book.
69) Go up- Increase


Example- Price of food grains went up due to famine.



70 Hold back – To retain in one/s possession, to restrain oneself


 Example-  Please hold back your emotions when you are talking to strangers.



71) Hold down- To prevent, to limit


Example- The militants were held down by the Indian army.



72) Hold on To maintain one’s grip, to continue to do something despite difficulties, to wait for something wanted or requested


Example- Please hold on while we transfer your call   to the executive.



73) Jump at – To draw conclusion in a hurry


 Example- You should not jump at any conclusion without due deliberation.



74) Keep up- To maintain


Example- Keep up your confidence in every situation.

 
75) Knock down- To bring to the ground with a blow


Example- Three people were knocked down by a speeding car.

 
76) Laugh at- To make fun of


Example- We should not laugh at others.



77) Lay aside/ by- to make savings for future use


Example- Please lay some money aside for the rainy days.



78) Lay downTo give up for future use or surrender


Example- There is no alternative but to lay down your weapons.



79) Lay out- To arrange according to plans


Example- Lay out your plans before investing money.

 
80) Let someone down- To disappoint someone


Example- Trust me, I will not let you down.



81) Live upto To live or act in accordance with


Example- I couldn’t live up-to my parents’ expectation.

 
82) Look afterTake care of


 Example- She has five children to look after.

 
83) Look for- To try to find


Example- I am looking for my lost book.

 
84) Look forward to- Expect with pleasure


Example- I am looking forward to meeting you soon.

 
85) Look into- Investigate


Example- Please look into this matter as soon as possible.



86) Make of- To understand, to produce or construct


Example- from What do you make of this news?



87) Make over-  Convert, redo, renovate


 Example- This place needs a complete makeover.



88) Mess up-  to make an error 


Example- I messed up a question and hence scored fewer marks.



89) Move onTo concentrate one’s other matter in recovering from a setback or difficulty


Example- Control your emotions and move on in life.



90) Note downTo write something so that you don’t forget it


Example- Please note down the important points.



91) Pass away To die


Example- He passed away in sleep.



92) Pay for-  To suffer for doing some mistake


 Example- We have to pay for our sins.



93) Play on –  To take advantage of


Example- He played on her emotions.



94) Put down –  To suppress/ to criticize


Example- Never put down your friends in public.



95) Put off –  To postpone/ to repel ( as from bad manners)


Example- The meeting was put off due to heavy rains.

 
96) Put on –  Assume/ to clothe oneself


Example- Put on your sweater.



97) Pay off –  To be successful


Example- Hard work pays off.

 
98)  Run down –  Become weak/disparage/to criticize/to crush


Example- Do not run down your spouse in public.



99) Run into Transform into/amount upto/to face/to meet by chance


Example- I ran into my childhood friends in the market.



100) See through –  To realize the truth


Example- I saw through his evil intention.



101) See offTo take leave of


Example- I went to the station to see off my friends.



102) Send for To call, summon


Example- Please, send for a doctor.



103) Set upTo establish


  Example- He set up a new business. 
 
104) Sor out To find a solution


Example- Please sort out my problems.
 
105) Stand by To remain loyal/ to be ready


Example- I will stand by you through thick and thin.

 
106) Step down To resign from a high post


 Example- He stepped down after being alleged of corruption.
 
107) Step in- To intervene


Example- The boss stepped in when the fight turned ugly.

 
108) Step out To quit


Example- Step out of my way.

 
109) Taken aback- To be surprised


Example- I was taken aback by his audacity.

 
110) Take after –  To resemble a close, older relative


Example- He has taken after his father.



111) Take down –  To write down


Example- Please take down the important points.



112) Take over –  To take responsibility for or control of


 Example- A new secretary has taken over the key post.



113) Turn down To refuse or reject


Example- He turned down my offer.

 
114) Turn out (to be) To prove to be


Example- He turned out to be a crook.



115)  Wear off – To lose effect Soon 


Example-  The polish started wearing off .

 
116) Weigh down –
To make anxious, to burden

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