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Phrasal verbs

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Random quiz sui phrasal verbs


1 come down with something



2 do something over



3 eat out



4 find something out



5 get away with something



6 give up



7 keep on doing something



8 look into something



9 put something down



10 show off






 




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Traduzione in italiano ed esempi dei più comuni phrasal verbs


LOOK

LOOK AFTER = badare a  (indivisibile)

* The baby-sitter looks after the children

LOOK AROUND = guardarsi attorno (indivisibile)

* The thief looks around himself

LOOK FOR = cercare (indivisibile)

* The lady is looking for jewellery

LOOK IN ON = visitare (qualcuno) inaspettatamente (indivisibile)

* The child looks in on his old grandmother

LOOK INTO = estrapolare, investigare (indivisibile)

* The psycologist looked into my problems

LOOK OUT FOR = stare in guardia (indivisibile)

* The sentinel looks out for the intruders

LOOK THROUGH = guardare attraverso, ispezionare (indivisibile)

* The policeman looked through the lock to find the thief

LOOK UP TO = stimare (indivisibile)

* I look up to Sergio

LOOK UP = consultare (divisibile)

* The student looks up the encyclopedia

LOOK OVER = ispezionare (divisibile)

*The general looks over his soldiers

 

TAKE

TAKE AFTER = somigliare (indivisibile)

* Alice takes after her father

TAKE DOWN = scrivere (divisibile)

* Alice takes down every word the teachers say (Religion too), so she’s scandalous

TAKE OFF = decollare (indivisibile)

* The plane took off at 7 p.m.

TAKE TO = infatuarsi (indivisibile)

* Alice takes to Ridge in Beautiful

TAKE UP = intraprendere (indivisibile)

* Alice took up volley ball when she was 10 (so on Sunday she never picks up)

TAKE AWAY = sottrarre (indivisibile)

* Marco and Claudio took away Benetti from death for collapsing

TAKE BACK = restituire (indivisibile)

* Marco took back some books to the library after 5 months

TAKE IN = imbrogliare (indivisibile)

* Alice takes in all of us saying she’s a woman

TAKE OVER = prendere il controllo (indivisibile)

* Alice took over her father’s company

TAKE ON = accettare una responsabilità (indivisibile)

* Anna doesn’t take on Alessio Scabro as boyfriend

 

PUT

PUT IN FOR = fare domanda per un lavoro (indivisibile)

* The girl put in for a job as secretary

PUT UP WITH = tollerare (indivisibile)

* Some teachers put up with bad children

PUT OFF = lasciare / posticipare (divisibile)

* The boy put off the appointment with his girlfriend

PUT ON = accendere / vestirsi (divisibile)

* My mother put on her best dress

* The scouts put on a fire

PUT THROUGH = telefonare (divisibile)

* The secretary put through the telephone call

PUT OUT = togliere / spegnere (divisibile)

* The fireman put out the fire

PUT UP = alzare il prezzo / erigere / proporre (divisibile)

* The teacher put up her best student for a contest

 

ASK

ASK FOR = chiedere per ottenere (indivisibile)

* The woman asked for a drink

ASK AFTER = chiedere informazioni riguardo ad una persona (indivisibile)

* Viviana asks after Jessica’s grandmother

 

RUB

RUB OUT = cancellare (indivisibile)

* Peter accidentally rubbed out some important informations

 

GET

GET ACROSS = far capire (divisibile)

* Alice gets across to Massi that she’s in love with him

* Politicians nowadays can’t get their message across the people

GET BACK = recuperare (divisibile)

* The pirates got their treasure back

GET DOWN = annotare, demoralizzare

* Alice gets down everything in her copy-book

GET ALONG = andare d’accordo

* I get along with Paola

GET AWAY = scappare

* Massy gets away from Alice

GET AWAY WITH = passarla liscia

* Massy gets away with Alice’s kisses

GET BY = cavarsela, sopravvivere

* They got by on very little money

GET THROUGH = portare a termine

* I promise to get through this work

GET OVER = riuscire a superare (una malattia)

* I hope to get over at the end of the school

GET ON WITH = continuare, proseguire il proprio lavoro

 

 

MAKE

MAKE OUT = compilare (un elenco, una lista)

* The teacher made out a list of his students

MAKE UP = inventare / riappacificare

* The students had to make up a story for homework

MAKE FOR = dirigersi

* The plane was making for the North of the country

MAKE UP FOR = recuperare, riguadagnare

* That man made up for his wallet

 

CUT

CUT OFF = disconnettere (telefono)

CUT OUT = ritagliare (forbici)

* I cut out on article from the newspaper

CUT UP = tagliare (affettare, a pezzi)

* The mum cut up the bread

CUT DOWN ON = ridurre

 

WEAR

WEAR OUT = consumare

* They wore out all the water in the bottle

WEAR OFF = svanire (effetto di medicine, alcolici)

 

 

COME

COME ACROSS = incontrare per caso

* While I was going to school I came across on old friend of mine

COME BY = passare vicino

* To arrive to the church you have to come by the river

COME DOWN = ridurre di prezzo

COME FORWARD = presentarsi, apparire

COME OFF = avere successo

COME OUT = uscire (sole, fiori…)

* The sun came out from the clouds

COME ROUND = visitare

COME UP AGAINST = scontrarsi, affrontare un problema

COME UP WITH = produrre, venir fuori con un’idea

 

BACK

BACK UP = sostenere, spalleggiare, dare conforto

* Those two boys back up each other

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