CHSE Odisha Class 11 Alternative English Grammar Phrasal Verbs

Odisha State Board CHSE Odisha Class 11 Approaches to English Book 1 Solutions Grammar Phrasal Verbs Exercise Questions and Answers.

CHSE Odisha Class 11 Alternative English Grammar Phrasal Verbs

Some Of The Important Phrasal Verbs

1.Bear out: to support – The spectators did not bear out the true of her statement
2. Bear with: to tolerate – Mira cannot bear his arrogance.
3. Bear away: to receive – I hope to bear away the first prize.
4. Bear down: to overpower – I shall bear down my adversaries
5. Blow away: to drive away – The wind blew away his hat.
6. Blow out: to put out – Blow out the candle.
7.Blow, oyer: to pass away – Thank God, the storm has blown over
8. Break down: to grow weak – His health broke down due to overwork
9. Break into: to enter by breaking the walls – The thieves broke into his house last night.
10. Break forth: to cry – He broke forth at the sight of the snake.
11. Break off: to shatter relations- Why has she broken off with you?
12. Break out: to spread suddenly- Cholera has broken out in our locality.
13. Breakup: to disperse, – The meeting has not yet broken up
: to close – Our college has broken up for summer vacation
14. Bring about: to cause – Something has brought about a breach of their hearts.
15. Bring forward: to present – Bring forward your witnesses.
16. Bring up: to rear/ maintain – His stepmother has brought him up.
17. Bring round: to convince/persuade – Who can bring round the fort?
18. Bring out: to publish – The new edition of the book will be brought out soon.
19. Bring forth: to produce – The trees bring forth new leaves during spring
20. Call at: to visit somebody’s house – When will you .call at my house?
21. Call for: due for – Your behavior calls for, an explanation.
22. Call in: to send for – Call in the doctor at once
23. Call off: to declare an end – The strike has been called off.
24. Call on: to pay a brief visit – I shall call on the Chief Minister tomorrow.
25. Call up: to recall – Call up the meaning of this word
26. Carry away: moved aside – The strong current carried away the log of wood
27. Carry off: to spell death on – Plague carried off many people in our village.
28. Carry on: to continue – Carry on your speech
29. Carry out: to execute – You will have to carry out the Principal’s order.
30. Come about: to occur – How did the accident come about?
31. Come off: to take place – The. marriage of my sister will come off next month.
32. Come across: to meet – I came across Rohit this morning.
33. Come off: to belong to – She comes from a family of writers.
34. Cut down: to reduce – We should cut down our expenses
35. Cut off: to die – His daughter was cut -off in youth
36. Cut short: to make short – Cut short your hair
37. Do away with: to abolish – We have to do away with our blind superstitious
38. Do for: to ruin – After her husband’s death the old lady has been done for.
to serve the purpose of -This tool will do for a chair.
39. Do without to manage the absence of – The cattle cannot do without in fodder
40. Deal in: to trade in – My brother deals in sugar.
41. Deal out: to distribute – Shuffle and deal out the cards
42. Deal with: to associate – Do not deal with flirts.
43. Draw near: to approach – My examination is drawing near.
44. Draw up: to prepare – I have drawn up the scheme.
45. Fall away: to rebel – The soldiers have fallen away against the government.
46. Fall out with: to quarrel – Why did you fall out with your mother?
47. Fell in: to stand in a line – The soldiers were ordered to fall in
48. Fall off: to desert – His false friends fell off in the hour of his need.
49. Fall flat: to prove – All my schemes fell flat for want of money.
50. Fall through: to fail – AH die plans of the government fell through due to a lack of honest staff.
51. Fall to begin – He fell to eating as he was hungry.
gluttonously – The armies fell back after the cease-fire.
52. Fallback: to retreat – The old lady is unable to get about.
53. Get about: to move – The police could not get at the truth
54. Get at : to reach
55. Get on: to pull on – She is getting on well nowadays
56. Get over: to overcome – It is not easy to get over
57. Get through: to pass – We will get through the examination by all means.
58. Get up: crooked up / fabricated – I don’t believe in your got up story.
59. Get up: to wake up – Try to get up early in the morning
60 Give away: to distribute- The Chief Minister gave away the prizes
61. Give in: to yield – The Pakistan army had to give in.
62. Give out: to emit – The marigold gives out a sweet smell
63. Give up: to abandon/ Cease – Give up smoking and bad stop/company
64. Give to addicted to – He is given to drinking and gambling.
65. Give way: to yield – The chair gave away under his weight.
66. Go about: to attend/mind – Please go about your business
67. Go astray: to wander about to lose one’s way – Be careful lest your brother should go astray.
68. Go back on: to fail to keep – Do not go back on your promise.
69. Go in for: to buy – I want to go in for this car
70. Go off: to be discharged – The hunter’s gun did not go off.
71. Go out: to be extinguished – The lamp went out due to a storm.
72. Go through: to read – I have gone through the Gita from beginning to dying end
73. Go without to do in the absence of – I had to go without food for. two days.
74. Go up: to progress – May you go up day by day.
75. Hold on: to wait or stop – If you hold on for some time, you will” succeed.
76. Hold out: to offer – Do not hold out false promises to anyone.
77. Holdup: to stop and rob – A gang of robbers held up the car in broad daylight
78. Hold good: to be valid – This principle cannot hold good everywhere.
79. Hold off: to avoid – God knows,.why he holds off from me?
80. Handover: to give – I can not hand over my scooter to you.
81. Keep back: to conceal – I keep back nothing from you.
82. Keep aloof: to refrain – Please keep aloof from me.
83. Keep out: to hinder from anything – The umbrella keeps out the sun and shower.
84. Keep up: to preserve to – Keep up your spirits in the hour of grief.
85, Keep on: keep pace With – The old generation cannot keep up with the youth.
86. Knockdown: to maintain – Keep on studying and you shall attend success.
87. Knock off: to dash/throw down – I shall knock you down if you do not talk sense,
88. Lay by (up): to cease/stop – At what time do you Jcnock off your studies?
89. Lay down: to save – Lay by (up) something for (against) a rainy day
90. Lay out: to sacrifice – Do not hesitate in laying down your life for your country.
91. Lay up with: to be confined to bed – My sister is laid up with a fever.;
92. Look after: to take care – Parents should look after their, children carefully.
93. Look down upon: to despise/ hate – Never look down upon the poor.
94. Look up: to Locate/find – Look up the meaning of this word in the dictionary.
95. Look on (upon): to regard – I look on Mita as my sister.
96. Look to: to depend on – I look to you only for help
97. Look for: to search for – I am looking for my lost purse.
98. Look forward to expect pleasure – 1 am looking forward to my sister’s return
99. Look into: to give attention to – Please look into this matter attentively.
100. Make after: to pursue -The mob made after the pickpocket.
101. Make for: to go – The bride made for her town.
102. Make out: to understand – 1 cannot make out the meaning of this phrase.
103. Makeup with: to be reconciled – I have made up with my neighbor.
104. Makeup: to recoup/ regain – 1 shall try to make up my deficiency in Mathematics
105. Makeup mind: to determine – I have made up my mind to help you
106. Made off with: to run away with – The thief made off with my scooter.
107. Pass oil: to overtake – Let the Director’s car pass on
108. Pass away: to die – The old man passed away peacefully.
109. Pass for: to be regarded as – A millionaire passes for a wealthy man in a rural area.
110. Pull down: to demolish – The bulldozer pulled down the building within no time.
111. Pull through: to recover – There is full hope that the patient will pull down
112. Pull together: to coexist/cooperate – It is difficult for the bride and the mother-in-law to pull together
113. Put down: to crush – The king put down the revolt instantly.
114. Put up: taste – In which hotel are you putting up?
115. Put up with: to tolerate – I cannot put up with this silly joke.
1 16. Put out: to extinguish – Put out the candle
117. Put on: to wear – Do not put on dirty clothes.
118. Put off: to postpone – Do not put me off with a hollow promise
119. Put am, end to discontinue – He has put an end to his studies.
120. Run after: to crave for – Do not run after sensual objects
121. Run down: to stop – My watch has run down because 1 did not wind it.
122. Run into: to dash/collide with – A car ran into a tree and got smashed
123. Runout: to exhaust – The oil in the lamp has run out
1 24. Run over: to be crushed under – A bus runs over an old woman.
125. See to: to attend to – I shall see to your problems sympathetically
126. See off:I shall see to your problems sympathetically – I shall accompany you to see off you to the station
127. Set apart: to keep on reserve – I have set apart some money for my son’s education
128. Set aside: to reject – He set aside my proposal.
129. Set about: to commence (to inaugurate)- When will you set about your work?
130. Set in: to begin – The rains are likely to set in next week.
131. Set off/out: start a journey – He has set off/out his long journey
132. Setup: to establish – He has set up a factory.
133. Standby: to support – I shall stand by you through thick and thin.
134. Stand up for: defeat – You should stand up for your, tights.
135. Take after: to resemble – He takes after both his daddy and mummy.
136. Take down: to put down/ remove from – I took down the burden from my head.
137. Take for: to confuse – I took the rope for a snake.
138. Take to: to become addicted to – He took to smoking at the age of sixty
139. Take off: to put off/to remove – I took off my coat because 1 was feeling hot.
140. Take to heart: to feel/mind – Do not take my jokes to heart.
141. Take heart: to pick up the courage – He took heart and nabbed the thief
142. Tell upon: to affect (adversely) – Overwork tells upon one’s health.’
143. Turn aside: to turn in another’s direction – On seeing me, he turned aside his face.
1 44. Turnout/ away: to dispose of the service to – The result of the match turned out to be a thrilling one.
145. Turn off: to stop the function of – Turn off the tap.
146. Turnup: to appear/reach – fie turned up the meeting in time.
147. Turn on: to make the function start – Turn on the tap and wash your hands.
148. Work out: to solve – Work out the sums.
1 49. Work up: to incite – Don’t work up the old lady’s anger.

Exercise For Practice

Use appropriate phrasal verbs for the following italicized verbs:

1. The baby resembles its mother.
2. He has read this- novel.
3. I cannot tolerate his insulting words.
4. I have postponed the meeting.
5. They cannot understand his speech.
6. My father has stopped smoking.
7. He is searching for his lost pen.
8. The man cheats every man in this way.
9. We should not despise the poor.
10. The police followed the thief.
11. His grand father died last night
12. The two women cried loudly
Appropriate phrasal verbs are used.
1. The baby takes after its mother.
2. He has gone through this novel.
3. I cannot put up with his insulting wo
4. I have put off the meeting.
5. They cannot make out his speech.
6.My father has given, up smoking.
7. He is looking for his lost pen.
8. The man takes in every one in this way.
9. We should not look down upon the poor.
10. The police ran after the thief.
11. His grand father passed away last night.
12. The two women fell out loudly loudly.

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