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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #38427: Phrasal Verbs
The special thing about phrasal verbs is that they mean something different from their parts. So it can be quite difficult to guess their meanings. The best thing to do is learn phrasal verbs one at a time as idioms.
Ų go for = take the opportunity of doing
Ų turn up = arrive
Ų take after = resemble
Ų hold up = delay
Ų go in for = enter (in competition)
Ų chill out = relax
Ų look into= examine
Ų go off = explose
Ų check out = try
Ų run out of = used up our supply of
Ų get over = recover from
Ų call off = cancel
Ų go along with = accept
Ų come up with = think of
Ų get away with = do something bad without getting in trouble
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