4 PHRASAL
VERBS

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INTRODUCTION

Hello, my name is Phillip and this is 4 Phrasal Verbs, a website to make finding my videos easy.
There is an introduction video that explains all you need to know about me, my channel and the videos.
Below that is a table with a list of the videos I have released.
I only started making videos in early September 2020, so there's not much here at the moment, but I will be adding more videos regularly.



VIDEO LIST

Video CodePublishedPhrasal verbs
and video link
Poster &
definition images
01525th DecBuild up
Burn off
Put on
Work out
015 Poster

Build up . Burn off
Put on . Work out

01418th DecFall behind
Keep up
Look up
Take in
014 Poster
01311th DecCatch up
Give up
See through
Take up
013 Poster
01206th DecDress up
Give out
Put up
Wrap up
012 Poster
01128th NovQUAD QUIZ TWONo poster
01023rd NovCheck In
See Off
Set Off
Take Off
010 Poster
00914th NovRun Across
Run Down
Run Out
Run Over
009 Poster
00807th NovPut Up With
Get Through
Deal With
Resign To
008 Poster
00731st OctLook Up To
Look Down On
Look Forward To
Look Through
007 Poster
00623rd OctQUAD QUIZ ONENo poster
00516th OctFigure Out
Focus On
Run Into
Sort Out
005 Poster
00409th OctBreak Up With
Get On With
Fall Out With
Make Up With
004 Poster
00302nd OctCut Out
Down On
Eat Out
Live On
003 Poster
00225th SepTurn on
Turn Off
Turn Up
Turn Down
002 Poster
00125th SepA Basic
Introduction to
Phrasal Verbs
No poster
00025th SepAbout Me,
This Channel,
and The Videos
No poster

PLAYLISTS

THEMES

Reference . Christmas . Education . Fitness . Food . Health . New Year's Resolutions . Relationships . Travel

YEAR PUBLISHED

2020


PHRASAL VERBS LIST

Jump to a letter of the main verb:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

VERBBASIC DEFINTIONVIDEO LINK
& CODE
Break up withTo stop being in a romantic relationship.004
Build upTo increase something, especially muscle.015
Burn offTo get rid of fat from your body by doing physical activity.015
Catch upTo talk to someone you have not seen for some time and find out what they have been doing.013
Check inTo register arrival.011
Cut down onTo reduce the quantity of something.003
Cut outTo remove something completely.003
Deal withTo take action to do something, especially solve a problem.008
Dress upTo wear formal clothes or a fancy-dress.012
Eat outTo eat outside of the home, in a restaurant for example.003
Fall behindTo go slower than other people doing the same activity or task014
Fall out withTo stop being friends with or being friendly with somebody.004
Figure outTo understand or solve a problem.005
Focus onTo concentrate on or put effort into something.005
Get on withTo have a good or friendly relationship with somebody.004
Get throughTo experience and survive a difficult situation.008
Give outTo distribute something, often documents or presents.012
Give upTo stop doing something that you do regularly.013
Keep upTo maintain the same speed or progress as other people doing the same activity or task014
Live onTo consume mostly one type of food.003
Look down onTo feel superior to somebody.007
Look forward toTo anticpate the future with pleasure or excitement.007
Look upTo find information in a reference storage system.014
Look up toTo admire or respect.007
Look throughTo review or search.007
Make up withTo become friends with or being friendly with somebody after a period of non-friendship.004
Put onTo become fatter or increase weight.015
Put upTo place or display something.012
Put up withTo accept an unpleasant situation.008
Resign toTo accept a situation that can't be changed, probably a negative situation.008
Run acrossTo encounter by chance, with no planning.009
Run downTo say negative things about a person or thing.009
Run intoTo encounter by chance, with no planning.005
Run outTo use all of something.009
Run overTo collide and then go over somebody or something.009
See offTo go somewhere to say goodbye to somebody.011
See throughTo continue doing something until it is finished, especially something unpleasant or difficult.013
Set offTo begin a journey.011
Sort outTo organise, filter or control.005
Take inTo understand and remember information.014
Take offTo leave the ground.011
Take upTo start doing something regularly as a habit, job, or interest.013
Turn downTo decrease the intensity, especially sound.002
Turn offTo stop a piece of equipment, for example electrical or plumbing.002
Turn onTo start a piece of equipment, for example electrical or plumbing.002
Turn upTo increase the intensity, especially sound.002
Work outTo do physical exercise as a way of keeping fit015
Wrap upTo cover something, often with decorative paper.012

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