Фразовые Глаголы уровень В2

Get away with

get out of

get down to (business)

get round to (Ving)

grow out of (clothes/likes)

eat awat at somebody

run out of

run off with (a wife)

end up

go down with

come up with

come across as

get over

tell off    

fall out (with)

get off

make up

make uр for

put off

call off

take after

take off

do up (a house)

go off

put up with

put down (a person)

put down (a dog)

look up to

look down on

let down

mess around/about

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

face up to  (the fact)

 

stand in for

 

Escape unpunished He can get away with murder (Ему все сходит с рук)

avoid doing something you don't want to do

to start doing something seriously Let's get down to business

find time to do something

become big enough for clothes/cartoons

worry (emotionally destroy): jealousy eats away at one

not to have enough

жену увести и убежать воcвояси :)

do something in the end which you didn’t intend to do

become ill with something

to have good ideas

to seem at first sight

recover from illness/shock

reprimand (отругать кого-то за что-то)

stop being friends (поругаться, разругатьсчя)

alight (leave a bus/train, etc)

become friends again; invent; 

compensate

1) postpone 2) discourage

cancel

resemble

become successful (business)

decorate a flat

bad (about food)

tolerate

humiliate

give drugs to animals to stop them from suffering

admire and respect

treat others if you were better never look down on someone unless you are helping them up

disappoint

 

1 to spend time lazily, doing things slowly and in a way that is not planned:
He spent his vacation messing around on the farm.
2 to behave in a silly way when you should be paying attention or doing something sensible [= fool around]:
Stop messing around and get ready for school.
3 mess somebody around to cause a lot of problems for someone, especially by changing your mind often and not being completely honest:
Don't mess me about - I want the money you promised me.
mess around with somebody/something phrasal verb
1 to have a sexual relationship with someone that you should not have a sexual relationship with:
She'd been messing around with another man.

1 to spend time lazily, doing things slowly and in a way that is not planned:

He spent his vacation messing around on the farm.

2 to behave in a silly way when you should be paying attention or doing something sensible [= fool around]:

Stop messing around and get ready for school.

3 mess somebody around to cause a lot of problems for someone, especially by changing your mind often and not being completely honest:

Don't mess me about - I want the money you promised me.

mess around with somebody/something phrasal verb

1 to have a sexual relationship with someone that you should not have a sexual relationship with:

She'd been messing around with another man.

Accept the fact

 

cover / do someone else's duties at work