Phrasal Verbs - Inglês #2

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Phrasal verbs are idiomatic expressions, combining verbs and prepositions to make new verbs whose meaning is often not obvious from the dictionary definitions of the individual words. They are widely used in both written and spoken English, and new ones are formed all the time as they are a flexible way of creating new terms.

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show up aparecer, dar as caras *Day after day, Efrain showed up for class twenty minutes late. *The party started at 8.00, but he didn’t show up until 9.30
show off exibir-se, amostrar-se *Whenever he sat down at the piano, we knew he was going to show off
pass out desmaiar *He had drunk too much; he passed out on the sidewalk outside the bar.
keep on não parar de fazer algo *He tried to keep on singing long after his voice was ruined. *She kept on asking me questions.
grow up crescer, ficar mais velho *Charles grew up to be a lot like his father.
get by sobreviver, se virar (com o que tem) *How can he get by on so little money? *Uncle Heine didn't have much money, but he always seemed to get by without borrowing money from relatives.
eat out comer fora *Let’s eat out tonight. *When we visited Paris, we loved eating out in the sidewalk cafes.
come in entrar em um lugar *Come in and have a cup of coffee. *They tried to come in through the back door, but it was locked.
break down quebrar, avariar, enguiçar *My car broke down on the way to work.
walk out on desertar/abandonar (sem explicar) *He walked out on his wife and two kids. *All the parents walked out on (of the meeting) in protest.
think back relembrar: *I often think back on my childhood with great pleasure. *It might help you to understand Elaine if you think back to when you were her age
talk back responder rudemente/insolentemente *Children who talk back are regarded as cheeky and disrespectful. *The star player talked back to the coach and was thrown off the team
take care cuidar, tomar conta *My oldest sister took care of us younger children after Mom died.
put up with tolerar *He’s so rude! I don’t know how you put up with him.
watch out Cuidado/atenção (com o que você faz) *Watch out your steps on the stairs.
look out Cuidado/atenção (com o que acontece) *Look out! A car is coming!
look in on visitar alguem *We were going to look in on my brother-in-law, but he wasn't home *It helps if older people have a nearby relative who will look in on them.
keep up with to continue to be informed about something *He’s never made an effort to keep up with current events. *It's hard to keep up with the news when you lose your job!
get up levantar-se, ficar de pé *The whole audience got up and started clapping.