Three-Word Phrasal Verbs (Transitive) –
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Three-Word Phrasal Verbs (Transitive)

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With the following phrasal verbs, you will find three parts:

  • break in on (interrupt = a intrerupe)

My father broke in on our conversation little time after we started it.

  • catch up with (keep abreast = a pune la curent cu, a tine pasul)

After a long trip, it was time to catch up with my friends.

  • check up on (examine, investigate = a verifica)

I called Rachel every day to check up on her.

  • come up with (to contribute (suggestion, money) = a contribui)

I’ve been asked to come up with some new ideas for our team project, but I couldn’t find any.

  • cut down on (curtail (expenses) = a reduce)

I cut down on the money I was spending on books.

  • drop out of (leave = a abandona)

My mother dropped out of school because she got married.

  • get along with (have a good relationship with = a se intelege bine cu cineva)

I always got along with my brother when we were kids.

  • get away with (escape blame = a scapa)

The cat ate the fish and get away with it.

  • get rid of (eliminate = a elimina)

John wanted to get rid of his enemies, but his plans failed.

  • get through it (finish = a termina, a trece peste)

That chapter was so boring that I couldn’t get through it.

  • keep up with (maintain pace with = a tine pasul cu …)

I keep up with my school friends.

  • look forward to (anticipate with pleasure = a astepta cu nerabdare)

I am looking forward to seeing my grandparents this summer.

  • look down on (despise = a se uita cu ciuda la cineva)

The entire class looked down on her because she got a bad mark.

  • look in on (visit (somebody) = a vizita)

I was going to look in on my grandparents, but they weren’t home.

  • look out for (be careful, anticipate = a avea grija de cineva)

I always have to look out for my little brother when my parents are gone.

  • look up to (respect = a respecta, a avea consideratie pentru cineva)

The kid looks up to his English teacher.

  • make sure of (verify = a se asigura, a verifica)

The teacher made sure of the student’s identity before the final exam.

  • put up with (tolerate = a tolera)

I don’t know why she puts up with him after all he did to her.

  • run out of (exhaust supply = a ramane fara, a epuiza)

We ran out of milk, so I have to go to the store to buy some.

  • take care of (be responsible for = a avea grija de, a fi responsabil de)

Every weekend I take care of my little sister.

  • talk back to (answer impolitely = a raspunde obraznic)

Our kid talked back to us so he was punished.

  • think back on (recall = a-si aminti)

When I think back on Johnny and the good times we had together, I get very sad.

  • walk out on (abandon = a abandona)

Her husband had walked out on her a year before she got sick.

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