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    which phrasal verbs mean 'give a good explanation for','stoopped suddenly',' allow sb to enter'.

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    Re: phrasal verb

    For the mere meaning of explain I would use account for, clear up, point out, put in plain English.

    For stopped suddenly = Switched off, turned off, cut off, conk out.

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    Re: phrasal verb

    Quote Originally Posted by Pooh2711 View Post
    which phrasal verbs mean 'give a good explanation for','stoopped suddenly',' allow sb to enter'.
    allow in is to allow someone to enter.

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