Phrasal Verbs (sentence examples: call back – cut up) – List

1. Act up: The computer is acting up. I think it might have a virus.

2. Break down: My car broke down in the middle of nowhere.

3. Call back: I'll call you back once I'm free.

4. Call off: They called off the meeting due to unforeseen circumstances.

5. Cheer up: He tried to cheer her up after her loss.

6. Chip in: We all chipped in for the birthday present.

7. Cool down: You should cool down before you say something you'll regret.

8. Cut off: The phone call was cut off mid-conversation.

9. Cut out: He decided to cut out sweets from his diet.

10. Cut up: She cut up the vegetables for the soup.

11. Drop by: I decided to drop by my friend's house after work.

12. Drop out: He dropped out of college to start his own business.

13. Eat up: The kids ate up all the cookies.

14. Fall apart: The plans fell apart at the last minute.

15. Fill out: He filled out the application form.

16. Give in: After his persistence, she gave in and agreed to go on a date with him.

17. Give up: She refuses to give up, despite the challenges.

18. Hang on: Hang on, let me grab my coat.

19. Hang out: We used to hang out together all the time.

20. Hold on: Can you hold on a second? I need to finish this email.

21. Keep up: I can't keep up with the latest technology.

22. Kick off: The event will kick off with a welcome speech.

23. Knock out: He was knocked out in the boxing match.

24. Let down: I felt let down by my friend.

25. Look into: I will look into the matter personally.

26. Make up: They decided to make up after their argument.

27. Move on: After the breakup, she found it hard to move on.

28. Pass by: Time seems to pass by so quickly.

29. Pick up: Could you pick up some milk from the store?

30. Put on: He put on his jacket and left the house.

31. Run out: We've run out of bread and milk.

32. Set up: They set up a committee to investigate the matter.

33. Show up: He showed up late to the meeting.

34. Stand out: Her bright outfit made her stand out from the crowd.

35. Take off: The plane will take off in 20 minutes.

36. Tear up: She tore up the letter after reading it.

37. Turn down: He turned down the job offer because it was too far from home.

38. Turn up: She didn't turn up to the party as expected.

39. Wake up: You need to wake up early tomorrow.

40. Wash up: After dinner, it's your turn to wash up.

41. Work out: I need to work out more to stay healthy.

42. Wrap up: Let's wrap up the meeting and call it a day.

43. Write down: Make sure to write down all the important points.

44. Bring up: He always brings up that one embarrassing moment.

45. Check in: I'll check in with you later to see how it's going.

46. Draw up: They need to draw up a contract for the merger.

47. Fold up: Fold up the clothes and put them away.

48. Grow up: I want to be a doctor when I grow up.

49. Pop in: I thought I'd just pop in and say hello.

50. Use up: The kids have used up all the printer paper.