Online Phrasal verbs series | English Vocabulary | Part – 6

Online Phrasal verbs series | English Vocabulary | Part – 6

Online Phrasal verbs series | English Vocabulary | Part – 6

1.blow away

Usage- It means to surprise or amaze someone in a good way

Example- I was blown away my feet when I saw the Taj in the moonlight.

2.blow out

Usage- It is used when a flame blows out, it goes out because someone blows on it or because of the wind.

Example-  The wind will blow the lamp out if you keep the lamp outside.

The following can be blown out – lamp, lantern, candle, flame, match

3.bow out

Usage- It is used by a person to end his career, usually after a long time

Example- The thirty year old captain has decided to bow out after the World cup.

4.die away

Usage- It means to become softer or fade away

Example- The sound of the moving train died away as it moved further from the station.

Example- The pain died away within a week of the surgery.

5.die down

Usage- When something becomes gradually weaker in strength or lower in volume or magnitude

Example- No matter how big a controversy it eventually dies down.

Example- It took time for her family’s anger to die down and accept her marriage in another community.

Used with wind, storm, protest, controversy, anger, rage, fighting

6.die off

Usage- It is used when a group of people, animals, or plants die, all of them die over a period of time and none are left.

Example- The plants in our garden slowly died off due to lack of water in our absence.

7.jam into

Usage- It means to force too many things or people into a small space

Example- The students were forcefully jammed into the auditorium although they were not interested in the speech.

8.jam up

Usage- If something jams up, it can’t work properly.

Example- The door had been locked for a long time and it got jammed up.

Used with- printer, fax machine, lock, door, window, gears

9.lay down

Usage- It means to officially state something like a policy, or rules, regulations, conditions, guidelines etc.

Example- The rules relating to the reservation policy of the government have been clearly laid down.

Used with- rules, regulations, guidelines, laws, policy, conditions, requirements, procedures, standarda

10.laze around

Usage- It means to relax and do very little

Example- I would laze around in the house all day during the vacations.

11.nail down

Usage- It means if you nail something down, you fasten it to a surface, such as the floor, with a nail.

Example- We nailed down the edges of the carpet on the stage so that no one would trip and fall.

12.nail up

Usage– It means If you nail something up, you use a nail to attach it to a vertical surface like a wall or a door.

Example- Could you get a hammer and nail the picture up in the bedroom?

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SSC CGL 2018 Phrasal verbs Online series | Part – 5

SSC CGL 2018 Phrasal verbs Online series | Part – 5

SSC CGL 2018 Phrasal verbs Online series | Part – 5

1.Act for

Usage- It is used when we represent some person.

Example- During the legal proceedings you can appoint a lawyer to act for you

2.Act on

Usage- It is used when one follows someone’s advice instructions, orders etc.

Example- The young batman acted on the advice of his coach and changed his technique

3.Act out

Usage- It is used when something is performed out well with actions and gestures.

Example- The story of Ramayan is acted out in various parts of Delhi around Diwali.

4.call back

Usage- when you call someone back/make a telephonic call

Example- I can’t talk to you now so I will call back

5.call for

Usage- when someone demands something, they state in public that it’s needed/it is publically demanded

Example- The opposition leader called for an enquiry into the matter

Used with- investigation, ban, enquiry, laws, change, regulations, resignation, removal, reform

6.ease off

Usage- It means to becomes weaker or less powerful.

Example- The pain eased off after the doctor gave me a pain killer.

7.embark on/upon

Usage- It means to begin something, usually something that will be challenging and time-consuming

Example- I wished her all the best when she embarked on her new job

Used with- career, campaign, venture, program, policy, project, course

8.gather around

Usage- It means people gather around, something or someone.

Example- People gathered around the boy injured in the accident but no one took him to the hospital.

9.get across

Usage- It means to communicate something or make something understood by others

Example- It is always easier to get across our ideas in our mother tongue

10.lash out

Usage- It means to verbally or physically attack someone or something

Example- An angry customer lashed out at the salesman but thankfully the other customers intervened.

11.laugh off

Usage- It means to joke about something in order to make it seem less serious

Example- Fat people often laugh off their joke.

12.nag at

Usage- It means if someone is being nagged at by a fear, a doubt or a regret, they can’t stop thinking about it.

Example- The thought of not being able to arrange money for his wife’s treatment nagged at him lifelong

Used with- fear, doubt, worry, regret, guilt, thought

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Phrasal Verbs Quiz Questions for SSC CGL 2018 || Part 4

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Phrasal Verbs Quiz Questions for SSC CGL 2018 || Part 4

1.bite off

Usage- It is used when something is separated from something to which it was attached by biting it with the mouth

Example- The greased cartridges were to be bitten off before loading.

2.black out

Usage- It means to lose consciousness/it means to faint

Example- Some students blacked out during the drill practice of Republic Day Parade.

3.believe in

Usage- It is used when we really believe that something really exists.

Example- Buddhism believes in life after death

4.deal with

Usage- It simple means handle or tackle.

Example- A good salesman deals with the pressure very well

5.decide on

Usage- When we decide on something, we choose one thing from among two or more possible options.

Example- After talking to their family and relatives the young couple has decided on getting married during christmas

6.Face up to

Usage- It is used when there is a difficult or challenging situation before us, we accept that we have to deal with it, and then do something about it.

Example- He had to face up to the fact that he needed to go to a rehabilitation centre to get rid of his alcohol problem.

Used with- challenge, fact, reality, truth

7.fall behind

Usage- when one has fallen behind other people, they have advanced faster.

Example- Most countries in Asia have fallen behind China in industrial develpoment.

8.fall for

Usage- It means to fool or trick by something.

Example- Don’t fall for schemes which promise to double your money in six months.

9.hand around

Usage- It means to offer around things like drinks/tea/biscuits, you give one to each person in group.

Example- My mother handed out tea to everyone who was present there.

10.hand back

Usage- It means to give something back to someone by hand

Example- I handed back the brochure to her after I saw it.

11.hand down

Usage- It means to pass knowledge or skill from one generation to the next

Example- My grandmother handed down her pickle making skills to the younger females of the family.

12.jam into

Usage- It means to force too many things or people into a small space

Example- The students were forcefully jammed into the auditorium although they were not interested in the speech.

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SSC CGL Phrasal Verbs List | English Vocabulary Daily dose | Part 3

SSC CGL Phrasal Verbs List | English Vocabulary Daily dose | Part 3

SSC CGL Phrasal Verbs List | English Vocabulary Daily dose | Part 3

1.back up

Usage 1- It means to make an extra copy of something in case the original is lost.

Example- It is always good to have a back up of your important mails

Usage 2- when one has evidence and support to show that what he is saying is true and correct.

Example- She produced the receipts before the consumer court to back up her case.

2.beef up

Usage- when we wish to make something stronger or more powerful/to strengthen something

Example- The PM’s security has been beefed up in view of the recent terrorist attacks.

3.bet on

Usage – when we are sure that something will happen

Example- I can bet on the actor receiving the best actor award for this movie.

4.date back

Usage- to show the time when something was made.

Example- Some of the coins date back to thousands of years

5.delight in

Usage- It is used when we get a great deal of pleasure from doing something

Example- As a child I took delight in climbing trees.

6.deter from

Usage- It is used to discourage someone from doing something

Example- Strict implementation of the laws deters people from committing offences

7.face with

Usage- when there is a problem or a challenge before us, and we have to deal with it.

Example- We are faced with the challenge of meeting such a huge order within three days.

Used with: challenge, problem, difficulty, competition, decision

8.fade away

Usage- It means to slowly become weaker, softer or dimmer/vanish

Example- The stretch marks on his legs faded away after he applied the lotion.

9.fall apart

Usage- When something falls apart, it breaks into pieces or parts start falling off.

Example- The framers of the indian constitution never wanted india to fall apart therefore they gave the states limited power.

10.make of

Usage- It means to understand, or to make sense of, someone or something

Example- I could not make anything of the secret code.

11.make over

Usage- It means to make someone or something look better

Example- Our drawing room looked much better after the make over.

12.screw up

Meaning- If you screw something up, you ruin it or you do it the wrong way.

Example- The rain screwed up the outdoor party.

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SSC CGL Phrasal verbs List | English Vocabulary – Part 2

SSC CGL Phrasal verbs List | English Vocabulary – Part 2

SSC CGL Phrasal verbs List | English Vocabulary – Part 2

1.Ask over/come over

Meaning- It is used we want to invite someone to our house.

Eg. We asked our new neighbour over for dinner to know them better?

2.Attend to

Meaning- to look after something/someone

Eg. We need a nurse to attend to my grandmother

The old man attends to his plants as if they were his children.

3.bail out

Usage 1 : It is used when help is given to someone or something that’s in serious trouble, especially financial trouble

Example- The government had to bail out many financial institutions in the 2008 financial crisis.

Usage 2 : It is used when money is given to a court so that an accused person doesn’t have to stay in jail until their trial begins

Example : Not even his family members were willing to bail him out as he had become a habitual offender

4.Bank on

Usage : It means to depend on something to happen or someone to do something, you depend on it or count on it

Example : The State government is banking on the Supreme court to revoke Presidents’s rule in the state.

5.bear on/upon

Usage : It means to have an influence on something.

Example :  In an interview grooming and appearance bears on the final selection.

6.call off

Usage : means to cancel a planned or scheduled event.

Example : The match was called off due to the rain.

Used with-meeting, deal, talks, wedding, match, game, concert, event

7.call on/upon

Usage :  It means to visit someone for a short time

Exmple : On the way to the market I called on a school friend.

8.cater to

Usage : It means to provide people with what they need

Example :  This store is catching up as it caters to women who are more than 80Kgs in weight

9.cheat out of

Usage : It means to get something from somebody by cheating them

Example : Investing in a bogus scheme cheated out of his life saving.

10.hammer out

Usage : It means to reach an agreement or solution after a lot of negotiation or discussion

Example :  The deal was to complicated to be hammered out.

Used with : agreement, contract, settlement, deal, plan, policy, guidelines, regulations

11.hand on

Usage : It means to pass something on, you pass it to somebody else.

Example : He handed on the baton to the next runner

12.lay aside

It means to Keep something for the future, such as money/set aside, save

Everyone must lay a small amount aside every month for their old age.

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English Vocabulary – Phrasal verbs List for SSC CGL | Part 1

English Vocabulary – Phrasal verbs List for SSC CGL | Part 1

English Vocabulary – Phrasal verbs List for SSC CGL | Part 1

1.Ask around

It is used when we ask the people around for something (information, address, direction etc)

Eg- When the body fainted suddenly in the park his mother asked around for help.

2.Ask over/come over

It is used when we want to invite someone to our house.

Eg- We asked our new neighbor over for dinner to know them better?

3.back down

Usage  It is used when one decides not to do something because of opposition or because of pressure from authorities.

Example- CBSE had to back down oon their decision of grading system due to stiff opposition from the students.

4.Become of

Usage : Curious to know what happened to someone

Example- I am curious to know what has become of Urmila who used to be an actress.

5.eat into

Usage- It means to use up, or reduce the amount of, something of value

Example- The medical bills are eating into my savings

Eat into is used with savings, profits, income, time, free time.

6.egg on

Usage- It is used when we encourage someone to do something risky or foolish

Example-  His drunk friend egged him on to increase the speed of the car to 100 Kms per hour which was the cause of the accident.

7.get along

Usage- It means two people like each other and are friendly to one another.

Example- I was able to get along well with my roommate although she was a chinese

8.get away with

Usage- It means to do something illegal or immoral and not get caught or punished

Example-  It is not easy to get away with an offence in Dubaii as they are very strict

Used with: cheating, stealing, lying, robbery, theft, fraud, corruption, murder

9.make up for

It means to do something to improve the situation after you’ve done something wrong.  He had missed a lot of classes when he was sick but now he is making up by attending extra classes

10.urge on

If you urge somebody on, you encourage them to continue trying to do something / encourage

Good teachers urge on their weaker students, and help tthem to do their best.

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Phrasal Verbs list for SSC CGL / CHSL English Grammar beginning with I

Phrasal verbs list for SSC CGL / CHSL English Grammar

Phrasal verbs list for SSC CGL / CHSL English Grammar

In this article, we are sharing some important Phrasal verbs: English Grammar for SSC CGL. It is very important to have an understanding of  “Phrasal verbs” in English Grammar.

It will be helpful for the students preparing for SSC CGL and CHSL exam.

identify with

It means you have a connection with them and you can understand them and share their feelings.

I can identify with the problems of a young working mother

impact on

It means to have a significant effect on something

The wrong company leaves a lot of negative impact on teenaged children

Technology has left a great impact on very aspect of life.

impose on

It means you force someone to accept something  even if they don’t want to.

In a secular country religious beliefs can’t be imposed upon others.

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improve on/upon

It means to make something better than it was.

He has improved on his handwriting during the last summer vacations.

infer from

It means to believe something is true because you have some indirect evidence of it/It means to draw some conclusions from indirect evidence

It could be inferred from his behaviour and body language that he expected us to bribe him

insist on

It means that something must be done.

My mother insists on leaving and putting things back from where they are taken

interfere with

It means to prevent something from happening in the usual way or stop it from developing normally

The noise of the grinding machine in the next house is interfering in my day to day’s work

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invest in

It means to put your energy and resources into something that you think will help you to achieve your goal

She had invested a huge amount of time and work in setting up her business, and at last it is doing very well.

involve in

It means that one takes part in it.

His phone records show that he was involved in the deal

iron out

It means to sort out the final problems or issues.

If we have any differences or issues, we’ll have to iron them out before we sign a deal.

Used with: differences, disagreements, issues, problems, hitches, misunderstandings

itching for

It means you really want something.

He is itching for a chance in the film industry.

Used with: fight, drink, chance, opportunity

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phrasal verbs J : Phrasal verbs series for SSC CGL English

Phrasal verbs series for SSC CGL English : J

phrasal verbs J : Phrasal verbs series for SSC CGL English

In this article, we are sharing some important Phrasal verbs: English Grammar for SSC CGL. It is very important to have an understanding of the “Phrasal verbs” in English Grammar.They prove to be very helpful in questions based on spot the error in the sentence, sentence improvement, fill in the blanks and cloze test

It will be helpful for the students preparing for SSC CGL, CHSL & other competitive exams.

jam into

It means to force too many things or people into a small space

The students were forcefully jammed into the auditorium although they were not interested in the speech.

jam up

If something jams up, it can’t work properly.

The door had been locked for a long time and it got jammed up.

Used with: printer, fax machine, lock, door, window, gears

 

join in

It means to  take part or participate in something

Used with: discussion, conversation, game, fight

jot down

It means to quickly write something down on a pad or piece of paper.

I jotted down your address in my address book.

Used with: name, number, address, note, message

juice up

It means to make something more exciting, more impressive, or more powerful

The actors of any movie juice up the movie with some controversies before it is released

Phrasal verbs beginning with G
jumble up

It means you mix things so that they are no longer in their proper order or formation.

The important dats of medieval Indian history got jumbled up in my mind during the exam.

Used with:times, dates, names, faces, numbers, files, papers

jump at

It means to accept an offer or an opportunity, with enthusiasm.

When I was offered the lead role in the movie, I jumped at it.

Used with: chance, opportunity, offer, idea, suggestion

jump in

It means to interrupt in a conversation

He jumped in our conversation with a very embarrassing question.

jump on

It means that someone is badly criticized.

National Commission for children jumped on the government for causing the deaths of so many girls.

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Phrasal Verbs SSC CGL beginning with G

Phrasal Verbs SSC CGL beginning with “G”( Part of the series A-Z)

Phrasal Verbs SSC CGL

In this article, we are sharing some important Phrasal verbs: English Grammar for SSC CGL. It is very important to have an understanding of the “Phrasal verbs” in English Grammar.

It will be helpful for the students preparing for SSC CGL and CHSL exam.

gather around

It means people gather around, something or someone.

People gathered around the accident victim but no one took him to the hospital.

get across

It means to communicate something or make something understood by others

It is always easy to get across our ideas in our mother tongue

get ahead

It means to make progress in your career.

Honest hard work is the surest way to get ahead in life

get along

It means two people like each other and are friendly to one another.

I was able to get along well with my roommate although she was a Chinese

get away

It means to leave a place

I wanted to get away from the house of the highway so I shifted my house in the interiors

get away with

It means to do something illegal or immoral and not get caught or punished

It is not easy to get away with an offence in Dubai as they are very strict

Used with: cheating, stealing, lying, robbery, theft, fraud, corruption, murder   Phrasal verbs by Pinnacle Coaching

get back

It means to return to a place

When I got back from work I found the front door open.

get back

If you get something back, it means it is returned to you after you’ve lent it, lost it, or had it stolen.

If you leave something in a taxi, you might get it back if you call the taxi company.

get down

It means to move close to the ground, or to move from a higher position to a lower position

When my gold earring fell, we all got down and looked for it.

The man got down on his knees and begged for mercy before the judge.

get in

It means to enter a place or a vehicle

There were no signs of forced entry which made it clear that the robbers got in easily and probably they knew the victim.

Used with : car, taxi, house, apartment, office, tent

get off

It means to leave a means of transport such as a bus or a train

At 12 I got off the train and took an auto outside the station.

Don’t ever try to get off a moving vehicle.

Used with:  bicycle, motorbike, horse, cart, bus, train, plane, boat, rollercoaster, ride

get on

It means to step onto a bus, train, ship, etc.     Phrasal verbs by Pinnacle Coaching

She was an old lady so I helped her to get on the bus

Used with :  bus, train, plane, boat, ship, bicycle, motorbike

get over

It means to recover from something like an illness or a shock

How long did it take you to get over the illness?

It took him ages to get over his brother’s death.

Used with: illness, virus, cold, operation, accident, injury, shock, trauma, heartbreak

get through

It means to complete a task/clear something.

Within an hour I had got through all the mails.      Phrasal verbs by Pinnacle Coaching

get through

It means to reach the person you want to talk to when making a telephone call

It was difficult for me to get through during the peak hours as all lines were busy.

get together

It means to meet and spend time together

We wanted to arrange a get together after the exams.

give away

It means to give something to someone without expecting anything in return.

I gave away all my old clothes to charity on Diwali.

give back

If you give something back, you return it to whoever you got it from.

After we make our name in the education sector we plan to give back to the society.

give off

It means to produce something like a smell, a gas, heat or light/ to emit

Atomic power stations give off a lot of radiations.

Used with: smell, gas, fumes, odour, scent, aroma, stink, heat, light

give out

It means you distribute it to many people, usually by hand.

Promotional material was given out to all the guests at the trade fair.

give up

It means you stop trying to do something because it’s too hard or because it can’t be done/surrender

I did not give up trying for government jobs as long as I did not reach the age of 30.

give up

It means you give up something, you stop doing it because it’s bad for you/quit

If one wishes to lose weight one must give up fried and fatty food.

Used with: cigarettes, alcohol, smoking, drinking, meat, desserts, sweets

go after

It means to chase and try to catch someone or something/chase

I went after the chain snatcher but he was too fast for me.

Phrasal Verbs SSC CGL
go against

It means to oppose, or disagree with, something or somebody     Phrasal verbs by Pinnacle Coaching

His parents disinherited him as he had gone against their wishes and converted to another religion.

go ahead

It means to start doing something, or to continue doing something, usually after being given permission or encouragement to do so

We have got the go ahead signal from the environment ministry which was very crucial for our project.

go along with

It means to agree with someone or to support something

All the workers have decided to go along with the union leader and put forward their demands more forcefully

go down

It means to become less/decrease, fall

Petrol prices have gone down.

go down

It means to be received in a certain way, or to create a certain reaction

His decision to send his five year old son to the hostel did not go down well with his wife.

go down

It means to be remembered or recorded in some way

Alexander’s name will go down in History as an overambitious general.

go for

It means to try to get something or achieve something

Are you planning to go for that job?

go for

It means to be sold for a certain amount of money

At the auction the house went for 20 lacs only.

go off

It means to explode.

As the fireworks went off in the sky people cheered and clapped at the closing ceremony.

Used with: bomb, grenade, gun, land mine, fireworks, cracker

go on

It means to keep doing something.

If you go on with this kind of careless behavior we will have to terminate you.

go on

It means to talk for too long

Some old people go on and on about their health problems

go over

It means to look carefully at something like a report, essay, document, etc. to check for mistakes or to make improvements/check, scrutinize

The teacher asked the students to go over their answers before they submitted it.

Used with:report, essay, article, answers, accounts, figures, details

go through

It means to live through a bad time or a difficult situation

A lot of people go through a very bad time during recessions.

Used with: illness, depression, loss, heartbreak, bankruptcy, grief, pain, difficulty

go together

If two things go together, they harmonize/to match well

Do you think this dress goes together with this dress

go up

It means to become higher/rise, increase

Gold prices go up during the festive season.  Phrasal verbs by Pinnacle Coaching

grow up

It means to change from being a child to being an adult, or from being an immature adult to being a mature adult

I grew up in Jamshedpur.

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Phrasal verbs beginning with “F”

Phrasal verbs beginning with “F”

In this article, we are sharing some important Phrasal verbs: English Grammer for SSC CGL. It is very important to have an understanding of the “Phrasal verbs” in English Grammar.

It will be helpful for the students preparing for any competitive exam like SSC CGL, CHSL & other competitive exam etc.

By Neeru Madam  (Part of the series from A-Z)

face up to

Usage: It is used when there is a difficult or challenging situation before us, we accept that we have to deal with it, and then do something about it.

Example-He had to face up to the fact that he needed to go to a rehabilitation centre to get rid of his alcohol problem.

Used with – challenge, fact, reality, truth

face with

Usage: It is used when there is a problem or a challenge before us, and we have to deal with it.

Example-We are faced with the challenge of meeting such a huge order within three days.

Used with: challenge, problem, difficulty, competition, decision

fade away

Usage:It means to slowly become weaker, softer or dimmer/vanish

Example-The stretch marks on his legs faded away after he applied the lotion.

fall apart

Usage:When something falls apart, it breaks into pieces or parts start falling off.

Example-The framers of the Indian constitution never wanted India to fall apart therefore they gave the states limited power.

fall behind

Usage:It is used when one has fallen behind other people, they have advanced faster.

Example-Most countries in Asia have fallen behind China in industrial development.

fall for

Usage:It means to be fooled or tricked by something.

Example-Don’t fall for schemes which promise to double your money in six months.

fall off

Usage:It means to become less in amount or lower in level. It means to drop off, decrease,decline

Example-The number of tourists visiting Kashmir has fallen off due to terrorism     Phrasal verb by Pinnacle Coaching

The sales of scooters has fallen off from the time scooty has entered the two wheeler market.

Phrasal verbs beginning with "F " by Neeru madam

fall out

Usage:It means one is no longer friendly because of a disagreement or a problem they hadExample-The two fell out over sharing of profits.

Used with Friends, relatives, partners, colleagues, lovers etc can fall out

fall through

Usage:It is used with a plan or a deal. It means it doesn’t work out and it’s dropped.

Example-All my plans for our baby fell through when my wife had a miscarriage.

Used with-plan, deal, arrangement, sale, purchase

feel for

Usage:When we feel for someone, we have sympathy for them or feel sad because they are suffering.

Example-I feel for the children who beg on the streets

fight back

Usage:It is used when one decides to do what’s needed to win a conflict or a battle after being attacked or threatened.

Example-Although people advised him to apologise to his boss as he was powerful but he decided to file a case and fight back

fight off

Usage:It is used to stop someone or something from attacking you or hurting you

Example- Girls should be trained in self defence so that they can fight off any molesters and eve teasers.

figure out

Usage:It means to understand something.

Example-Her mood swings are so frequent that I am unable to figure out what she wants.

I could figure out from his body language that he expected us to pay him.

fill out

Usage:It is used for filling a form etc.

Note: Both “fill in” and “fill out” can have this meaning, and both are correct.

Example-I filled out the form and gave it to the receptionist.

fill up

Usage:Fill up is used when something is made full

Example-By when will all the vacancies be filled up.

Used with container, glass, jar, bottle, tank, car, bag, suitcase,vacancy.

find out

Usage:It is used when a fact or information gets to be known about something

Example-The police soon found out the address of the accused. Phrasal verb by Pinnacle Coaching

Used with information, details, facts, news, answer

finish off

Usage:It means to complete something, or to eat the last piece of something

Example-I’ve want to finishes off his homework before he goes to play.

fire up

Usage:It is used to create enthusiasm or excitement, usually among a group of people or a crowd

Example-The coach fired up his players with his half-time talk, and they tried much harder in the second half.

He is all fired up to win the next bout.

fit in

Usage:It means to have enough space for something, or to have enough time for something

Example-I was thrilled to fit in my old clothes after the birth of my son.

I want to fit in a morning walk in my daily schedule.

fix up

Usage:It is used when one repairs something or to improve the condition of something, especially something old or second-hand

Example-The tap has been leaking all night and I called a plumber to fix it up. Phrasal verbs by Pinnacle Coaching

fix up

Usage:It is also used to arrange something for someone

Example-I need to fix up an appointment with the dentist as I have a tooth ache.

fizzle out

Usage:It is used when something slowly loses its power or strength, and then ends weakly.

Example-The TV serial was the most popular one on tv but it fizzled out after the main actor quit.

flood in

Usage:It means to be available in plenty and abundance

Example-Chinese goods are flooding the Indian markets.

focus on

Usage:It means to concentrate on something.

Example-These days the Delhi government is focusing on controlling the pollution levels in the city after the Supreme Court’s order.

fool around 

Usage:It is used when one takes his work lightly and is not serious about it.

Example-Most students fool around the whole year and study only before the exams.

force into   

Usage:It is used to make someone do something they don’t want to do

Example-Many kidnapped children are forced into begging.   Phrasal verb by Pinnacle Coaching

Phrasal verbs beginning with "F " by Neeru madam

freak out

Usage:When someone freaks out, it means they get very scared or upset by something.

Example-I freaked out when I realized that my purse was missing.

freshen up

Usage:When one washes his face and hands and makes himself look and feel better.

Example-After I wake up in the morning I freshen up and pray for 10 minutes.

 

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