Phrasal verbs 10

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example
Part with to give something to somebody else, especially something that you would prefer to keep Make sure you read the contract before parting with any money.
Pass away to die. People say ‘pass away’ to avoid saying ‘die’. Sadly, Georgia’s uncle PASSED AWAY yesterday after a short illness.
Pass by to go past The procession passed right by my front door.
Pass off (of an event) to take place and be completed in a particular way The demonstration passed off peacefully.
Pass on to give something to somebody else, especially after receiving it or using it yourself Pass the book on to me when you’ve finished with it.
Pass over to not consider somebody for promotion in a job, especially when they deserve it or think that they deserve it They PASSED him OVER and made his assistant the new director.
Pass over to ignore or avoid something They chose to pass over her rude remarks.
Pass through to go through a town, etc., stopping there for a short time but not staying We were passing through, so we thought we’d come and say hello. I didn’t see much as I was only PASSING THROUGH the town.
Pull off (of a vehicle or its driver) to leave the road in order to stop for a short time একটু থেমে জিরিয়ে নেওয়া I pulled off the road and rested for a while.
Put aside to save something or keep it available to use-সরিয়ে রাখা We put some money aside every month for our retirement.
Put away to put something in the place where it is kept because you have finished using it-ছেড়ে বা রেখে আসা I’m just going to put the car away (= in the garage).
Put by to save money for a particular purpose-সঞ্চয় করা বা সরিয়ে রাখা I’m putting by part of my wages every week to buy a bike.
Put down a remark or criticism that is intended to make somebody look or feel stupid-সমালোচনা করে দমিয়ে রাখা She couldn’t think of a good put-down quickly enough.
Put off Take off – খুলে ফেলা Put off your shoe before entering the mosque.
Put off Postpone-মুলতবী রাখা The concert been PUT OFF until next month because the singer’s got a throat infection.
Put on Deceive, lie-ধোঁকা বা ভাওতা দেওয়া I am not PUTTING you ON.
Put out to stop something from burning or shining-নিভান Firefighters soon put the fire out.
Put to to cause somebody trouble, difficulty, etc. সমস্যা সৃষ্টি করা I hope we’re not putting you to too much trouble.
Put up to raise something or put it in a higher position-টাঙান বা উপরে তোলা She’s put her hair up.
Run after Chase, pursue-ধাওয়া করা The police RAN AFTER the guy who’d stolen it, but he was too fast for them.
Run away Escape from people chasing you-পালিয়ে যাওয়া He RAN AWAY from his
Run away Leave home because of problems with other family members or to elope-বারী থেকে পালিয়ে যাওয়া She RAN AWAY to avoid a forced marriage.
Run into to meet somebody by chance-দৈবাৎ দেখা পাওয়া I RAN INTO James in a bar in the City on Friday.
Run into to reach a particular level or amount-নির্দিষ্ট পরিমানে পৌঁছান Her income runs into six figures (= is more than £100000, $100000, etc.).
Run on Be powered by-চালিত হওয়া The van RUNS ON diesel.
Run on to continue without stopping; to continue longer than is necessary or expected-চালু রাখা The meeting will finish promptly—I don’t want it to run on.
Run out of Have none left-নিঃশেষ হওয়া We’ve RUN OUT OF sugar; I’m going to the shops for some.
Run over to read through or practise something quickly-চোখ বুলিয়ে নেওয়া She ran over her notes before giving the lecture.
Run over Hit with a vehicle-গাড়ী(দিয়ে) চাপা দেওয়া The driver couldn’t stop in time and RAN the fox OVER when it ran in front of his car.
Round out Make something more complete-সম্পূর্ন করা They ROUNDED OUT the team when they played.

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