Hold up: to rob someone while threatening them with a gun. "If a thief holds you up, just give them your money and whatever else they want."

Hold up: to rob someone while threatening them with a gun. "If a thief holds you up, just give them your money and whatever else they want."

Mouth off

Mouth off

Notch up

Notch up

Phrasal Verbs: Food and Drink

Phrasal Verbs: Food and Drink

Phrasal Verbs: Eating - Week in Review

Phrasal Verbs: Eating - Week in Review

Phrasal Verbs connected with Relationships

Phrasal Verbs connected with Relationships

“Leave out” means “to not include someone or something”. Example: She feels left out because the other girls don’t play with her.

“Leave out” means “to not include someone or something”. Example: She feels left out because the other girls don’t play with her.

"Get over" means "to recover from something".  Example: It took him ​years to get over the ​shock of his ​wife's ​death.

"Get over" means "to recover from something". Example: It took him ​years to get over the ​shock of his ​wife's ​death.

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Phrasal Verbs: #Shopping #PhrasalVerbs #EnglishVocabulary @English4Matura

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