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    Phrasal verbs

    Please tell me the meaning of the folowing phrasal verbs:
    bring about, build up, deal with a problem, go under,
    plough back profits, put up funds, wind up, wipe out,
    write off.

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    Re: Phrasal verbs

    Thank's for the link, but I search for the first phrasel verb and I coudn't find anything.

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    Re: Phrasal verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivi2006 View Post
    Thank's for the link, but I search for the first phrasel verb and I coudn't find anything.
    You didn't look very hard ;-D

    >bring sth about phrasal verb [M]
    >to cause something to happen:
    >He brought about his company's collapse by his reckless spending.
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    >(from Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary)

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