Phrasal Verbs With 'Jack'

Jack around phrasal verb

  1. Meaning: Make trouble for someone, fail to keep promises
    (Separable [obligatory] | American English)
    » Example: Don't listen to him- he always JACKS people AROUND.

Jack in phrasal verb

  1. Meaning: Quit, give up
    (Separable [optional] | British English)
    » Example: I JACKED my job IN because my boss refused to give me a raise.

Jack up phrasal verb

  1. Meaning: Raise a car to be able to do mechanical work
    (Separable [optional] | International English)
    » Example: We JACKED the car UP and changed the tyre.
  2. Meaning: Increase sharply
    (Separable [optional] | International English)
    » Example: They have JACKED UP the price of oil this month.