By K. Cullen, P. Hands

Each one phrasal verb has its personal access with a full-sentence definition, which permits phrasal verbs to be proven of their right grammatical context. details can also be given on which sign in or point of language the phrasal verb belongs to. Synonyms or near-synonyms are proven on the finish of definitions, as are cross-references to different phrasal verbs in the event that they are valuable for comparability. additionally, you will locate examples of ways phrasal verbs are literally used, all in accordance with corpus fabric. beginners may possibly locate phrasal verbs tricky to exploit simply because they don't seem to be convinced the place to place the adverbial particle. numerous varied positions should be attainable, or there may be one mounted place. either full-sentence definitions and examples express the place the adverbial particle can go.
This advisor additionally incorporates a component to Language learn panels at the adverbial debris used to shape phrasal verbs. those supply the wide variety of meanings that every particle has, and exhibit which of the debris are utilized by local audio system to shape new phrasal verbs. those panels might help you to advance your wisdom of ways phrasal verbs are shaped and the way they functionality in English. additionally they comprise extra phrasal verbs to these present in the dictionary.

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The m en m otioned me to go away. □ So they asked him to go away and come back in a week. 3 S om ething goes away w hen it d isap p ears: The issue would not go away. □ The recession they have caused and which so nearly ditched them will not go away autom atic­ ally. j The rash seems to be going away now. 3 go back 1 You go back w hen you r e tu rn to a place or position th a t you have been in before, or a m ethod th a t you have used before: She should go back hom e. S h e ’s old. □ T il go back tonight and see w hat’s to be done.

4 Som ething comes up in a conversation or discus­ sion when it is mentioned; a question on a particular topic comes up in an ex­ amination paper when it is included in the paper: The question of the trade def­ icit is bound to come up in today’s Cabinet meeting. □ I hope y o u ’ve done some revision on the life cycles o f the butterfly and the frog; one o f them always comes up in the biology paper. 3 com e up w ith You come up with an idea when you think of it; you come up with a sugges­ tion when you make it: Who was it that came up w ith the bright idea to have a barbecue in M arch?

2 Som e­ th in g goes ahead when it ta k e s place as planned: Do you think their marriage w ill go ahead now that sh e ’s found out about his criminal record ? j B oth events w ill go ahead am id tightened security. □ I assum e that this can go ahead im m e­ diately. 3 You go ahead w ith som ething when you do it as intended; if som eone tells you to go ahead they m ean th a t you should begin som ething, or they give you perm ission to do w hat you have said you w ant to do: ‘Paul is going to tell us about his hobbies.

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