Vonzatos igék: Phrasal verbs ~ Angol nyelvtan

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come up with = to find or produce: “We need to come up with a solution soon.”

get away with = to escape punishment: “He robbed a bank and got away with it.”

get on to = make contact with someone: “Can you get on to the suppliers and chase up our order?”

go in for = to do something because you enjoy it: “I don’t really go in for playing football.”

get round to = to find the time to do something: “I never seem to be able to get round to tidying up this room!”

go down with = to become ill: “So many people have gone down with the flu this year.”

go through with = to do something you promised to do, even though you don’t really want to do it: “She went through with the wedding, even though she had doubts.”

live up to = to do or behave as expected: “She’s living up to her reputation as a hard boss.”

look down on = to behave as if you are superior to others: “He really looks down on teachers.”

look up to = to admire and respect someone: “She looks up to her father.”

put down to = to think something is caused by a factor: “The failure can be put down to a lack of preparation.”

put up with = to tolerate: “She puts up with a lot from her husband.”

stand up for = to defend someone or something: “You need to stand up for your rights!

by: Szigetfalvi Andi
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