Phrasal verbs with " M "

Magic away: Make something disappear quickly.

Example: He MAGICKED the bill AWAY and paid for us all before I could get my wallet out.

Phrasal verbs with " N "

Naff off: Get lost, go away (used as imperative).

Example: He was making a fuss, so I told him to NAFF OFF.

Phrasal verbs with " O "

Occur to: Enter one's mind.

Example: Didn't it OCCUR TO you to help me when you saw how much trouble I was in?

 

Phrasal verbs with " P "

Pack away: Put something where it belongs.

I PACKED AWAY the suitcases in the loft after we had emptied them.

 

Phrasal verbs with " Q "

Quarrel out: Argue with someone about a specific subject.

Example: The girl's mother was QUARRELING OUT with her daughter about the party.

Phrasal verbs with " R "

Race off: Hurry away, leave somewhere quickly.

Example: They RACED OFF when the police arrived.

Phrasal verbs with " R "

Saddle up Put a saddle on and prepare an animal to ride.

Example: She SADDLED UP the horse and rode off.

 

Phrasal verbs with " S "

Saddle up Put a saddle on and prepare an animal to ride.

Example: She SADDLED UP the horse and rode off.

 

Phrasal verbs with " T "

Tack on Add something that wasn't planned.

They TACKED ON a new ending to the film when they found that test audiences didn't like the original.

Phrasal verbs with " U "

Urge on Encourage.

The crowd URGED the players ON.

 

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