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Apprendre l'anglais > Cours & exercices d'anglais > Exercices d'anglais > test d'anglais n°101326 : Verbes à particules

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Verbes à particules


take to
- develop a habit
  Hugo took to drink after his wife left him.
 
- to like or start liking somebody or something
  I haven't taken to my new school.
 

  let down
- to disappoint somebody
  Henry is my true friend and he has never let me down.
 


  get along ( with somebody )
- have a friendly relationship ( with )
  Sally couldn't get along with her husband. They got divorced 2 years ago.
 


  break off
- to separate something
  A boy broke off a piece of roll and ate in a hurry.

 - break off a relation or contact
  The two countries broke off their diplomatic relations because of their disagreements.


  hold somebody off, hold off somebody, hold something off, hold off something
- to stop and prevent somebody from doing something
  Marc wants to drop out of high school. I'll try to hold him off.

- to delay something, to refrain from doing something
 The rain had held off all night.


  take something back, take back
- to return something for exchange
  Take the set-top box back to the store. It doesn't work.

- to take back what one has said, written, promised
  I regret having said that to her. I'd like to take it back.


  take up something, take something up
- to start doing something, to begin an activity, to like something
  I took up tennis three years ago.

- to reduce in size
  I have to take up my coat. It's too long.
 

  turn something around
- to go from bad to good
  Turn your life around. You shouldn't live this way.


  pick on somebody
- to tease or bully; to criticize somebody
  The kids pick on him because of his stammering.


  cut off somebody/something, cut somebody off, cut off somebody
- to stop a telephone conversation by breaking the connection
 We got cut off in the middle of our call.

- to cause someone to feel alone, to stop having friendly or close terms
  This man was a bad father. He cut off his kids completely.


  clam up
- to become silent, to refuse to talk or reply
  She clammed up and didn't answer the question.


  answer back
- to reply rudely to a person who has more authority than you
 Why do you answer back to your teacher?


  go off, go off ( a bomb )
- to make a characteristic noise as a signal
  My alarm clock always goes off at 7 a.m.

- to explode
 The bomb will go off in five hours.





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