Match phrasal verbs to their meaning.
to stop competing or arguing and accept that you cannot win
to be known or discovered finally and surprisingly
to stop a piece of equipment working temporarily by pressing a button or by moving a switch
to return something to its original owner/provider
to increase the volume or level of something
to give something to several people
to stop doing something that you do regularly
to turn something such as a page in a book or a sheet of paper so that the other side is towards you
to refuse (not to accept) something such as request, offer, opportunity, etc.
to turn around so as to face the opposite direction
- Phrasal verbs with the verb turn and give — Exercise 2 — usage
- Phrasal verbs with the verb stand, keep, shut, fill, pull — Exercise 1 — meaning
- Phrasal verbs with the verb take — Exercise 1 — meaning
- Phrasal verbs with mixed (off, on, up, back, in) particles — Exercise 1 — meaning
- Phrasal verbs with the particle down and out — Exercise 1 — meaning