Category: Phrasal VerbsPage 2 of 2

Phrasal Verb – Give Away

Phrasal Verb – Give away. Meaning 1 – To give something to someone for free. Something can be given away as part of a promotion or because something…

Idiom – Get Away With

English Idiom – Get away with (something). Meaning – To not get punished for doing something wrong. To escape punishment, criticism, or negative consequences for one’s actions or…

Phrasal Verb – Take off

Phrasal Verb – Take off. Meaning 1 – To leave the ground and begin to fly. This phrasal verb is not separable. “Your plane will be taking off…

Slang – Hang Out

Slang – Hang out. Meaning – To spend leisure time with someone. To spend time in a certain place or with certain people. To waste time – to do…

Slang – Pig Out

Slang – Pig out. Meaning – To eat too much or to eat a lot.  To make a pig of yourself. To eat to excess. A food binge. This slang…

Idiom – Kiss And Make Up

English Idiom – Kiss and make up. Meaning – To make friends after a disagreement or argument. This is a phrase used to encourage two people who have…