Phrasal verbs with meanings and sentences! Here is the list of all most common and conversational phrasal verbs. You can download the PDF of this complete lesson.
Phrasal verbs with meanings & sentences
before anything else
Above all, do not be rude to your parents.
All at once:
All at once, a lion sprang out of the bushes.
All the same:
It is all the same to me whether you go there or not.
not a bit
You are not working at all.
The murderer is still at large.
He related the matter at length.
Go to the police station at once and report the matter.
Without any aim
You should not do things at random.
By and by:
(old fashioned) after a little time, soon
Things will be better by and by.
By the by:
by the way
By the by, what has become of your brother.
By and large:
By and large, rose bushes need lots of care.
Far and near:
People came to see the match from far and near.
Far and wide:
to distant places
This news has spread far and wide.
First and foremost:
First and fore most, you should take care of your health.
He is leaving this place for good.
In the long run:
Ali is sure to surpasses all in the long run.
Now and then:
off and on
He calls at my house every now and then.
Off and on:
By working off and on, you cannot hope to pass.
without any preparation
I cannot reply to your letter off hand.
On the whole
On the whole, he is a good boy.
Once for all:
I have told him once for all that I cannot help him.
Out of bounds:
Outside the boundaries of the playing
The ball went out of bounds, but the referee did not notice.
To and fro :
from side to side
The flowers were swinging to and fro in the cold wind.
Out and out:
completely, every inch
Khalid is out and out a liar.
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