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Akademik Sınavlarda ve günlük ingilizcede en yaygın kullanılan phrasal verbleri sizin için derledik.İyi çalışmalar dileriz.

1. break in sth: bir yere zorla girmek
The burglars broke in through the kitchen window.

2. get along: iyi geçinmek
I don’t really get along with my sister’s husband.

3. make for : gitmek, koyulmak, ilerlemek
He got up and made for the exit.

4. run into: rastmalak, karşılaşmak
The system had run into a number of technical problems.

5. throw away: atmak, atıp kurtulmak, çöpe atmak
He read the magazine and then threw it away.

6. lead to : neden olmak
A poor diet can lead to health problems in later life.

7. account for: bir bütünün parçası olmak, bir bölümünü oluşturmak
Iraqi oil exports account for about 1 percent of world supply.

8. go up: artmak
Prices have gone up 61 percent since deregulation.

9. pass out:bayılmak
I don’t remember any more because I passed out at that point.

10. show off: göstermek, gösteriş yapmak
He had been showing off for her at the poker table.

11. wipe out: tamamen ortadan kaldırmak
The oil spill could wipe out the area’s turtle population.

12. hand out : dağıtmak,vermek
A girl was handing out leaflets at the station.

13. abide by : kurallara uymak, itaat etmek
President Bill Clinton has asked Congress to abide by the result.

14. depend on: bağlı olmak ya da güvenmek
Which plan you choose depends on the needs of your family.

15. look after: bakmak, ilgilenmek
The Child Care Centre looks after about 25 children on campus.

16. seal off: giriş çıkışı engellemek
Workers planned to seal off the area around the building later Thursday.

17. take in: anlamak, kavramak
It was an interesting lecture but there was just too much to take in.

18.crop up : aniden meydana gelmek, baş göstermek
The same old problems kept cropping up.

19.hand down : nesilden nesile aktarmak
This custom has been handed down through the generations.

20.fall out: küsmek, arası bozulmak
Have you and Sam fallen out with each other again?

21. embark on: girişimde bulunmak
You’re never too old to embark on a new career.

22. fed up with sb/sth: bıkmak, usanmak
The majority in both peoples is fed up with the situation.

23. bring sth about: bir şeyin olmasını sağlamak, neden olmak
The protests have helped bring about democratic changes in South Korea.

24. carry out: yapmak, tamamlamak, başarmak
We will have to carry out some very precise navigational operations

25. come across: kazara bulmak ya da karşılaşmak
He came across some old love letters.

26. drop in/by: kısa bir ziyarette bulunmak; uğramak
I dropped in on George on my way home from school.

27. give away: (ücretsiz) elden çıkarmak, vermek
We have six copies of the book to give away.

28. hold out: dayanmak, yetmek, yeteri miktarda var olmak
He can only hold out a few more weeks.

29. hold up: (silah ve zorla) soymak, geciktirmek, yavaşlatmak
A thief ran off with hundreds of pounds yesterday after holding up a petrol station.

30. keep on: bir şeyi yapmayı sürdürmek; devam etmek
The best way to be innovative is to keep on learning.

31. look into: incelemek; (nedenini) araştırmak
They are looking into the causes of the accident.

32. make up: oluşturmak, meydana getirmek
Ethnic Albanians make up 90 percent of the population in Kosovo.

33. pull through: iyileşmek, sağlığına kavuşmak
She pulls through her illness and becomes closer to Blake and Krystle.

34. put on(2) : (tavır) takınmak; …mış/miş gibi davranmak
He’s not really upset, he’s just putting it on.

35. sort out: halletmek, düzenlemek
It would be best to sort out any problems through internal discussion.

36. try out: yaparak sınamak, uygulayarak denemek
We’re going to try out that new restaurant tonight.

37. turn sb away: geri çevirmek; girmesine izin vermemek
By 10 o’clock the club was already full and they were turning people away.

38. cut sb off : sözünü kesmek, telefonu kapatmak
She cut me off in the middle of our conversation.

39. back off: desteklemekten vazgeçmek, arka çıkmamak,geri adım atmak
The union has publicly backed off that demand

40. chip in: konuşmanın arasına girmek, sözünü kesmek
I’ll start and you can all chip in with your comments.

41. count on sb: birine güvenmek
You can always count on him in a crisis.

42. keep away: uzak durmak, yaklaşmamak, geride durmak
Many rural villages also have set up roadblocks to keep away outsiders.

43. look for: birşeyi aramak
We will continue to look for ways to strengthen these mechanisms.

44. pick up (2): kapmak, edinmek; (beceri/dil)
The robot can move and pick up objects on its own.

45. put away: her zamanki yerine koymak
She folded the towels and put them away in the cupboard.

46. put sb up:misafir etmek,barındırmak
If you need somewhere to stay, we can put you up for the night.

47. take place: meydana gelmek
The meeting will take place next week.

48. wear on: ağır ağır geçmek/ilerlemek; geçmek bilmemek
As time wore on she became more and more unhappy.

49. back up sb: birini desteklemek, arka çıkmak
Wilkie did not provide any documents to back up his claims.

50. come up with: fikir,çözüm bulmak
Innovative companies generously reward people who come up with bright ideas.

51. do away with: kaldırmak , kurtulmak, çözmek
We should do away with this holiday because it only divides people.

52. give up: vazgeçmek
Coastguards had given up all hope of finding the two divers alive.

53. make out: başarıyla sürdürmek/yapmak, başarıyla götürmek
How is Jake making out in his new school?

54. point out: bildirmek, işaret etmek, anlatmak, söylemek, belirtmek
If he makes a mistake I always think it’s best to point it out immediately.

55. put out:ışığı kapatmak, ateşi söndürmek,evin dışına çıkarmak
A small fire started by petrol bombs was quickly put out.

56. settle down: biryere yerleşmek
One day I’ll want to settle down and have a family.

57. stir up: ortalığı karıştırmak, kışkırtmak
He said senior government officials were trying to stir up ethnic tension.

58. wear out: fazlasıyla yormak, canına okumak, tüketmek
The past few days had really worn him out.

59. bring sb up: büyütmek, yetiştirmek
I had to bring up the two sons on my own.

60. call sth off: birşeyi iptal etmek
Conference organizers said they had no plans to call off the meetings.

61. cut down on sth: bir şeyi azaltmak
He has cut down on traveling because of his health problems.

62. give in: kabul etmek
Officials say they won’t give in to the workers’ demands.

63. keep up: yetişmek, aynı seviyeye gelmek, erişmek, ulaşmak
She was walking so fast I couldn’t keep up with her.

64. pass away : ölmek
She passed away peacefully in her sleep.

65. put aside: saklamak, biriktirmek
I’ve been putting a bit of money aside every month.

66. set off: yolculuğa çıkmak
What time are you setting off tomorrow morning?

67. stand for sth: …ı/ temsil etmek, anlamına gelmek
UFO stands for ‘undentfed flyng object’.

68. figure out : halletmek, çözmek
I never could figure out what she was doing.

69. break down: bozulmak, çalışmamak
Our car broke down and we had to push it off the road.

70. carry on sth: devam etmek, ilerlemek
I hope we can carry on our conversations politely.

71. die down : hafiflemek, dinmek ( Etki )
The fight died down after a visit to the police station.

72. draw up: (plan, resmi antlaşma, liste vb.) düzenlemek
Officials said they would draw up a privatization plan within two weeks.

73. lean on : (zor durumlarda) destek almak, dayanmak
In time the prime minister may lean on the president for advice.

74. pick out: seçmek, ayırt etmek, belirlemek
She picked out a red shirt for me to try on.

75. put off:ertelemek
More and more travelers put off planning until the last minute.

76. show up: ortaya çıkmak
I waited for nearly half an hour, but he didn’t show up.

77. take after: birine benzemek; özelliklerini taşımak; …a/e çekmek
Ted’s always been difficult, Mr Kemp–he takes after his dad.

78. break up : ayrılmak, yolları ayırmak
He’s just broken up with his girlfriend.

79. blow up: patlamak,patlatmak, birden ortaya çıkmak
They were carrying explosives to blow up warships in the harbor.

80. catch up : yetişmek
Will Western industry ever catch up with Japanese innovations?

81. drop out: bırakmak, terketmek, tamamlamamak
He dropped out of school at 14.

82. hand in: teslim etmek, vermek
I have just handed my history essay in.

83. look down on:küçümsemek
The other noble families began to look down on the Ma family.

84. miss out: kaçırmak, kaybetmek
I got there late and missed out on all the fun.

85. put on:giyinmek
You’d better put your coat on, it’s cold outside.

86. shake sth off: …dan/den kurtulmak/paçasını kurtarmak; atlatmak
I hope I can shake off this cold before the weekend.

87. take over: üstlenmek
They’ve recently been taken over by a larger company.

88. wear off : zamanla kaybolmak/etkisini yitirmek/azalmak
The anaesthetic is starting to wear off.

89. break out: patlak vermek, birden meydana gelmek
Fighting has broken out all over the city.

90. bump into sb: birine rastlamak
I bump into a lot of guys who are sleeping under bridges.

91. find out: öğrenmek
I must find out the train times.

92. get by: kıt kanaat geçinmek
Most residents get by on less than a dollar a day.

93. look over: hızlıca incelemek, gözden geçirmek
I’m just looking over what you’ve written.

94. pick up:toparlanmak, iyiye gitmek
Business is really starting to pick up now.

95. put up with: katlanmak
If you go to the Midwest you put up with tornadoes.

96. come down with: bir hastalığa yakalanmak
I think I’m coming down with flu.

97. get over: kendine gelmek, iyileşmek
We have to give him time to get over the trauma.

98. get rid of: kurtulmak
Get rid of most or all of your existing credit cards.

99. look up to: hayran olmak, saygı duymak
The younger guys could look up to him and learn from him.

100. make off with : çalmak
Masked robbers broke in and made off with $8,000.

101. make up for: telafi etmek
There’s nothing that will make up for her loss.

102. run out of: birşeyin bitmesi,tükenmek
Technically, the fund will run out of money in June.

103. see sb off:yolcu etmek, uğurlamak
My parents came to the airport to see me off.

104. stand by (2) : hazır beklemek; bekleme listesinde olmak
Doctors were standing by to treat the injured passengers.

105. stand by sb:desteklemek
She stood by him throughout his troubled career.

106. tear down: yıkmak, yerle bir etmek
Angry citizens have torn down the statue of the politician.

107. try on: (üzerinde) denemek
Could I try this dress on, please?

108. turn up : varmak, gelmek, ortaya çıkmak, görünmek
Fred turned up late again.

109. turn sb/ sth down: reddetmek; geri çevirmek; kabul etmemek
They did offer me the job, but I turned it down.

110. ask for : istemek, dilemek
He’s asked for a bike for his birthday.

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