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MAKE
• FOR : go in the direction of
• UP : reconcile, put on cosmetics, invent a story
• UP FOR : compensate
• OUT : write a cheque, pretend, progress, kiss and pet, be able to see, understand,
someone’s nature
• OFF WITH : steal and escape
• OFF : try to find a reason for something, have a opinion about something
• OUT TO BE : to claim, to assert
• UP YOUR MIND : decide
• DO : accept something less satisfactory because there’s no alternative


GO
• OVER : review success / be received well
• DOWN : decrease / reduce
• WITH : Match or suit a company, someone have a boy/girlfriend
• WITHOUT : abstain from / not use or need
• ON : continue / happen
• OFF : explode / begin, start(alarm), become angry quickly, stop(machine)
• IN FOR : participate
• INTO : discuss detail at length
• BACK ON : not keep promise word


LOOK
• FORWARD : Aware or anticipate with pleasure
• AFTER : Take care of
• AHEAD : think of the future
• BACK : remember the past
• DOWN ON : consider as inferior
• INTO : examine investigate
• ON : be a spectator at an event
• FOR : try to find something
• UP : admire
• OVER : to inspect


COME
• OVER : visit
• ACROSS : to find by chance / discover
• DOWN : with become sick
• INTO : inherit
• UP WITH : imagine, invent , produce
• DOWN ON : to scold / punish
• ABOUT : happened
• ACROSS AS : to seem / appear
• UP : something unexpected happens
• UP WITH : have an idea / suggestion



BRING
• UP : To mention, to raise children or animals
• ABOUT : to cause something to happen
• AROUND : to change a view in someones view or opinion
• BACK : to take back or return something
• DOWN : to fall or collapse
• OFF : to succeed at something difficult, to accomplish something that seemed
impossible
• OUT : to come out release to stress or highlight something
• TO : to revive consciousness

B.Y.O : Australian useage,short for Bring Your Own


GET
• OFF LIGHTLY : to experience less suffering than expected
• ALONG / ON WITH : have a good relationship
• UP TO : do
• OVER : recover from
• BY : manage in spite of the difficulties
• AWAY WITH : to be successful in the something bad
• OUT OF DOING SOMETHING : avoid doing something you don’t want to do
• RID OF : throw away something unwanted
• THROUGH TO : communicate something successfully


TAKE
• OVER : assume controle of (The smaller firm was taken over its larger competitor.)
• IN : learn (There is so much to take in when starting a new job.)
• UP : start a new activity (I decided to take up golf after joining the company.)
• CARE OF : be responsible for (I’ll take car of the arrangements for tomorrow’s meeting.)
• OFF : remove (He took off his jacket when he came home from work.)
• OUT : dispose of (Take out the garbage when you leave, would you?)
• BACK : retract (I’m sorry I called you a fool. I take it back.)


HANG
• UP : put something on the wall, put down the phone when finished
• ABOUT : to spend time in a place
• AROUND : to spend time in a place doing nothing
• ON : to wait (informal for “Just a moment”, hold on)
• ONTO : to keep something
• OUT : to spend time with friends relaxing
• (HANGING) IN THE BALANCE : to be in a precarious state

KEEP
• AROUND : continue to possess or keep near you
• AT : continue with something (usually difficult)













AWAY : prevent from gaining access; not allow near
BACK : maintain a safe distance
DOWN : A. not vomit B. repress or muffle
FROM : refrain from doing
IN : not allow out
OFF : A. not walk on something B. not talk about something
ON : continue
OUT : not allow someone to enter
TO : remain steady or faithful to something
UP : A. prevent from going to bed B. maintain a continuous action or state
UP WITH : A. move at same rate or pace B. stay informed, current, up to date


PUT
• ASIDE : to save
• AWAY : to store
• IN : to make
• IN FOR : make a request
• OFF: post pone, to delay - digusting
• THROUGH : to connect by telephone

BREAK
• AWAY : to leave a group
• DOWN : A. end negotiations B. begin to cry C. stop working D. have physiological
problems
• IN : A. wear or use something new B. interrupt C. enter unlawfully
• IN ON : interrupt
• INTO : enter unlawfully
• OFF : A. end relationship B. stop speaking about something
• OUT : A. happen suddenly, violently B. get a rash C. use for celebrating
• OUT OF : escape
• THROUGH : advance in science, medicine social issues etc.
• UP : to separate with someone or something

TURN
• AROUND : change (reverse) direction
• DOWN : A. refuse an offer or application B. reduce volume
• IN : A. submit B. go to bed
• INTO : change from one form to another, transform
• OFF : A. deliberately stop working (a stove, TV, etc.) B. something non pleasing or off
putting sexually
• ON : A. expected attack B. start to use TV, radio, car, etc. C. cause sexual excitement
• OUT : A. produce B. switch off a light C. attend as audience D. end up being (finally
discovering)
• OVER : give to authorities or rightful owners
• UP : A. increase volume or capacity of a device B. find unexpectedly


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