The list of phrasal verbs. Part 3
fall through - to fail; doesn’t happen;
figure out - to understand, find the answer;
fill out - to complete (a form/an application);
find out - to discover or obtain information;
focus on - to concentrate on something;
get along (with) - to be on good terms; work well with;
get at - to imply;
get away - to escape;
get by - to manage to cope or to survive;
get in - to enter;
get into ( + noun) - to enter;
get off - to leave (bus, train, plane), to remove;
get on - to board (bus, train, plane);
get on with (something) - to continue to do; make progress;
get on (well) with (somebody) - to have a good relationship with;
get out - to leave;
get out of - to avoid doing something;
get over - to recover from (illness, disappointment);
get rid of - to eliminate;
get together - to meet each other;
get up - to rise, leave bed;
give in - to cease opposition; yield;
give up - to stop doing something;
go through - to experience;
grow up - to spend one’s childhood; develop; become an adult;
hand in - to submit (report, homework);
hand out - to distribute;
hang up - to end a phone conversation;
hold on -to wait;
hurry up- to be quick, act speedily;
iron out - to resolve by discussion, eliminate differences;
join in - to participate;
join up - to engage in, become a member of, to meet and unite with.
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I’m going to to find out who’s responsible for the power cut.
Will you please get up? You’ve got a class in 20 minutes.
Yes David, you can join in the discussion any time you like.
It’s important to get along with your team supervisor.