Phrasal Verbs - What's New

The latest 30 entries added to our Phrasal Verb database.
Entry Share in
Have a part in a project, activity, etc (Added: 10th Jul)
Entry Share out
Divide and distribute (Added: 10th Jul)
Entry Bear on
Be connected or relevant to something (Added: 10th Jul)
Entry Turn around
React negatively (Added: 20th Jun)
Entry Turn around
Produce or complete work (Added: 20th Jun)
Entry Turn around
Make something successful or profitable that has been doing badly (Added: 20th Jun)
Entry Knock over
Rob (Added: 16th Jun)
Entry Stretcher off
Carry an injured player off the pitch, field, etc. (Added: 23rd May)
Entry Push about
Bully, treat badly (Added: 3rd May)
Entry Push around
Bully, treat badly (Added: 3rd May)
Entry Push through
Force something to be accepted or legal (Added: 3rd May)
Entry Push out
Force someone to leave (Added: 3rd May)
Entry Push ahead
Continue, especially when something is difficult (Added: 3rd May)
Entry Push along
Leave, go home (Added: 3rd May)
Entry Push on
Continue (Added: 3rd May)
Entry Push off
Push against the side of a pool, river bank, etc, tostartswimming (Added: 3rd May)
Entry Push off
Go away (imperative) (Added: 3rd May)
Entry Turf out
Get rid of, throw away (Added: 18th Apr)
Entry Turf out
Force someone to leave (Added: 18th Apr)
Entry Jockey into
Persuade or deceive someone into doing something (Added: 17th Apr)
Entry Fritter away
Waste time, money or chances (Added: 17th Apr)
Entry Trigger off
Start, set off (Added: 23rd Mar)
Entry Trigger off
Make someone angry (Added: 23rd Mar)
Entry Marry up
Marry someone from a higher social class or level (Added: 12th Mar)
Entry Marry up
Join together or compare to see if they're the same (Added: 12th Mar)
Entry Marry up
Match, correspond (Added: 12th Mar)
Entry Marry off
Find a husband or wife for someone, especially your children (Added: 11th Mar)
Entry Swallow up
Destroy, make disappear (Added: 17th Feb)
Entry Swallow up
Consume or take a lot of time, money, etc (Added: 17th Feb)
Entry Swallow up
Take control of something much smaller, like a company or state (Added: 17th Feb)
29 September, 2012 14:14