Phrasal Verb: Strike out

Phrasal Verb: Strike out


Meaning: Start doing something new and different

Example: After doing the same job for five years, I decided to STRIKE OUT and change careers.

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Phrasal Verb: Strike out


Meaning: Try to hit someone

Example: When he pushed me, I STRUCK OUT.

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Phrasal Verb: Strike out


Meaning: Start going towards a place

Example: We got up early and STRUCK OUT for our final destination.

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Phrasal Verb: Strike out


Meaning: Cross writing out

Example: As they arrived, I STRUCK their names OUT on the list I had.

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Phrasal Verb: Strike out


Meaning: Fail

Example: I tried to get the government to support us but I STRUCK OUT.

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