Tag: phrasal verbs

Ten Phrasal Verbs With ‘Hold’

Do you know the word ‘hold’ has got close to fifty meanings? Well, we aren’t kidding a bit! And to make matters worse, this commonly used word can function both as a verb and a noun! While as a noun it has roundabout ten meanings, as a verb it has around forty.

Ten Phrasal Verbs With ‘Look’

If you look up the word ‘look’ in a good dictionary, you will end up finding close to thirty meanings. And this word, like many words in English, can function as both a noun and a verb. We, therefore, suggest you click on the link given at the end of this post to get to know all the meanings of this commonly used word. In this post, nevertheless, we have listed ten phrasal verbs with ‘look’ that we feel you ought to know as a learner of the English language. Also, we have stated all the meanings of the phrasal verbs and given several example sentences.

Ten Interesting Phrasal Verbs With โ€˜Playโ€™

Do you know that a good dictionary will give you close to forty meanings of the word โ€˜playโ€™? Yes, you read that right! You might also find it interesting to note that this cool word is actually derived from the Dutch word โ€˜plienโ€™, which means โ€˜to leap for joyโ€™ or โ€˜to rejoiceโ€™. Nevertheless, I donโ€™t think Iโ€™d be wrong in saying you will have used this word in more than one way while indulging in generic conversations.

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