Phrasal Verbs With 'Keel Over'

We have 3 phrasal verb definitions related to 'Keel Over'.

Keel over

Meaning:

Turn upside down

Example:

The boat KEELED OVER in the storm and the crew drowned.

Keel over

Meaning:

Surrender, give in

Example:

He was going to confront his boss, but KEELED OVER and didn't mention the matter.

Keel over

Meaning:

Fall to the ground

Example:

The drunk KEELED OVER when trying to leave the pub.


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