PART 1 List Phrasal Verb yang Sering Kepake dari A Sampai J

PART 1 List Phrasal Verb yang Sering Kepake dari A Sampai J

Kampung Inggris Bandung E-PLC – Phrasal Verb adalah satu kata kerja yang dipadukan dengan preposition atau adverb (atau keduanya) dan berfungsi sebagai kata kerja. Mari kita lihat Phrasal Verb umum yang sering digunakan dalam percakapan sehari-hari, dalam tulisan ini akan dibahas mulai dari Phrasal Verb yang berawalan huruf A sampai huruf J.


Phrasal Verb from: A – Ask 

Ask after: Enquire about someone’s health, how life is going.

Ask around (round): Enquire of different people about something

Ask for: Request

Ask for: Increase the likelihood of something by persisting in some action; to invite

Ask in: Invite someone to enter one’s house

Ask out: Invite somebody, especially on a date

Ask round: Invite someone to your house

Ask over: Invite them to come from their house to your house


Phrasal Verb from: B- Back 

Back down: Take a less aggressive position in a conflict than one previously has or has planned to

Back into: Rely upon another team’s loss in order to advance to the post-season

Back off: Move backwards away from something

Back off: Become less aggressive, particularly when one had appeared committed to act

Back off: Lower the setting of

Back onto: Reverse a vehicle onto something

Back onto: Overlook something from the rear

Back out: Reverse a vehicle from a confined space

Back out: Withdraw from something one has agreed to do

Back out: Undo a change

Back up: Move backwards, especially for a vehicle to do so

Back up: Move a vehicle backward

Back up: Undo one’s actions

Back up: Reconsider one’s thoughts

Back up: Copy (data) as a security measure

Back up: Provide support or the promise of support

Back up: Halt the flow or movement of something


Phrasal Verb from: B – Break 

Break away: Leave suddenly

Break away: Become separated, literally or figuratively

Break down: Fail, to cease to function

Break down: Render or to become unstable due to stress, to collapse physically or mentally

Break down: Render or to become weak and ineffective

Break down: Decay, to decompose

Break down: Divide into parts to give more details, to provide a more indepth analysis of

Break down: Digest

Break even: Neither gain nor lose money

Break even: Stay the same; to neither advance nor regress

Break in: Enter a place by force or illicit means

Break in: Cause to function more naturally through use or wear

Break off: End a relationship.

Break off: To stop (temporarily)

Break off: To become separate (from something)

Break into: Enter illegally or by force, especially in order to commit a crime

Break into: Open or begin to use

Break into: Successfully enter a profession or business

Break into: Begin suddenly

Break out: Escape, especially forcefully or defiantly

Break out: Begin suddenly; to emerge in a certain condition

Break through: To break a way through (sth solid)

Break through: To make new and important discoveries

Break up: Break or separate into pieces; to disintegrate or come apart

Break up: End a relationship

Break up: Dissolve; to part

Break up: Break or separate into pieces

Break up: Stop a fight; to separate people who are fighting


Phrasal Verb from: C- Check 

Check out: Confirm and pay for goods and services at a facility when leaving

Check out: Withdraw (an item), as from a library, and have the withdrawal recorded

Check out: Record (someone) as leaving the premises or as taking something therefrom, as from a library or shop

Check out: Examine, inspect, look at closely, ogle; to investigate

Check out: Prove (after an investigation) to be the case / in order

Check up: Verify through brief investigation or examination

Check up on: Examine or inspect something in order to determine its condition


Phrasal Verb from: C-Come

Come about: Come to pass; to develop; to occur; to take place; to happen

Come across: Give an appearance or impression; to project a certain image

Come across: Find, usually by accident

Come after: Pursue, follow

Come after: Follow, to succeed, to be the successor of

Come along: Accompany

Come along: Progress; to make progress

Come apart: Break, separate

Come around: Change one’s mind

Come at: Get to, especially with effort or difficulty

Come at: Attack, to harass

Come at: Accept (a situation); to agree to do; to try

Come away: Become separated from something away

Come away: Distance oneself (from)

Come back: Return to one’s possession, especially of memories

Come back: Return to a former state, usually a desirable one

Come back: Retort

Come before: Appear publicly in front of someone superior

Come before: Be of greater importance (than)

Come before: Be judged, decided or discussed by authority

Come before: Precede

Come between: Affect negatively or cause discord between (someone) and another person

Come by: Obtain; to get, especially by chance or involuntarily

Come by: Come near to; to pass; to visit

Come down: Descend, fall down, collapse

Come down: Be demolished

Come down: Decrease

Come down: Reach a decision

Come down: Be passed through time

Come down: Return from an elevated state of consciousness or emotion

Come down on: Punish

Come down upon: Criticize, reprimand severely

Come down to: Reach by moving down or reducing

Come down to: Depend upon, basically, ultimately or in essence

Come down with: Contract or get; to show symptoms of an illness

Come for: Search for something or someone, in order to catch them/it

Come forth: Move forward and into view, to emerge, to appear

Come from: Have as one’s birthplace or nationality

Come in: Enter

Come in: Arrive

Come in: Become relevant, applicable or useful

Come in: Become available

Come in: Have a strong enough signal to be able to be received well

Come in: Join or enter; to begin playing with a group

Come in: Begin transmitting

Come in: Function in the indicated manner

Come in: Finish a race or similar competition in a particular position

Come in for: Be subjected to

Come into: Inherit (money)

Come into: Be a factor in

Come off: Have some success, to succeed

Come off: Appear; to seem; to project a certain quality

Come on: Show sexual or relational interest through words or sometimes actions

Come on: Appear on a television broadcast

Come on: Progress, to develop

Come on: Encounter, discover; to come upon.

Come on: Make a romantic or sexual advance to; to hit on

Come on: Start to

Come on: Be discovered, be revealed

Come on: Be published, be issued

Come on: End up or result

Come on: Come out of the closet

Come on: Be deducted from

Come on: Leave (out of), exit from

Come on: Express one’s opinion openly

Come out in: Be afflicted by

Come out in: Say something unexpected

Come out of: To develop from something

Come out with: Say something publicly and unexpectedly

Come out with: Make something available/to be produced or published

Come over: Affect

Come round: Change one’s opinion to a prevailing one

Come round: Recover consciousness, to come to

Come round: Visit someone’s home or other regular place

Come through: Survive, to endure

Come through: Succeed

Come through: Not to let somebody down, keep one’s promise

Come through with: Provide something needed

Come to: Recover consciousness after fainting etc.

Come to: Total; to amount to

Come to: Devote attention to in due course; to come around to

Come to: Befall; to affect; to happen to; to come upon

Come to: Regard or specify, as narrowing a field of choices by category

Come together: Arrive at a destination with someone after having traveled there with each other

Come under: Come underneath (something)

Come under: Be included or classified under

Come under: Be subjected to, be under the auspices of

Come up: Come towards, to approach

Come up: Emerge or become known, especially unexpectedly

Come up: Come to attention, present itself; to arrive or appear

Come up: Appear

Come up: Draw near in time

Come up: Rise (above the horizon)

Come up: Begin to feel the effects of a recreational drug

Come up to: Approach

Come up with: Invent, create, or think of.

Come upon: Come across; to encounter; to stumble upon; to discover or find

Come upon: Befall; to affect; to happen to

Come with: Join and come along


Phrasal Verb from: G- Get 

Get about: Be mobile, physically active

Get about: Become widely known

Get about: Visit a variety of different places

Get across: Cross; to move from one side (of something) to the other, literally or figuratively

Get across: Make an idea evident; to successfully explain a thought or feeling; put over

Get after: Move into action in pursuit of something

Get after: Move into action in attempt to catch or defeat another

Get after: Attempt to convince another to move into action

Get ahead: Progress

Get ahead of: Move in front of

Get along: Interact or coexist well, without argument or trouble

Get along: Survive; to do well enough

Get along with: Have a good relationship with someone

Get along with: Deal with, handle

Get around: Move to the other side of an obstruction

Get around: Come around something

Get around: Avoid or bypass an obstacle

Get around: Circumvent the obligation and performance of a chore

Get around: Transport oneself from place to place

Get around: Be sexually promiscuous

Get around to: Eventually begin or return to some procrastinated task

Get at: Manage to gain access to

Get at: Understand or ascertain by investigation

Get at: Mean, signify

Get at: Attack verbally or physically; to annoy, bother

Get at: Persuade by intimidation, to tamper with

Get at: Contact someone

Get away: Move away (from)

Get away: Avoid capture; to escape (from)

Get away: Take a break from one’s present circumstances

Get away: Start moving; to depart

Get away: Slip from one’s control

Get away from: Start to talk about something that is not relevant to the discussion

Get away with: Escape punishment for

Get back: Return to where one came from

Get back: Retrieve, to have an item returned

Get back: Do something to hurt or harm someone who has hurt or harmed you

Get back at: Retaliate against; to take revenge on

Get back to: Return contact with

Get behind: Support

Get behind with: Be late paying installments for something

Get by: Subsist; to succeed, survive, or manage, at least at a minimal level

Get down: Bring or come down; descend

Get down: Depress; discourage; fatigue

Get down: Swallow

Get down: Relax and enjoy oneself completely; be uninhibited in one’s enjoyment

Get down: Duck or take cover, usually to avoid harm

Get down: Leave the table after dining

Get down: Record in writing

Get down on: Criticize

Get down to: Start working seriously

Get in: Get into or inside something, literally or figuratively

Get in: Enter a place; to gain access

Get in: Secure membership at a selective school

Get in: Be elected to some office

Get in with: Become involved or associated with

Get into: Move into an object, such that one ends up inside it

Get into: Reach into an object

Get into: Become involved in a discussion, issue, or activity

Get into: Enter an unfavorable state

Get into: Make behave uncharacteristically

Get it: Be punished or scolded

Get it on: Engage in a fight

Get it on: Hurry up; to get a move on

Get it together: To be well-organized and prepared

Get it over with: Do or finish, especially said of something unpleasant

Get it up: Achieve a penile erection

Get off: Move from being on top of (something) to not being on top of it

Get off: Move (something) from being on top of (something else) to not being on top of it

Get off: Disembark, especially from mass transportation

Get off: Stop (doing something), to desist from (doing something)

Get off: Stop using a piece of equipment, such as a telephone or computer

Get off: Complete a shift or a day’s work

Get off: Stop touching or interfering with something or someone

Get off: Excite or arouse, especially in a sexual manner

Get off: Experience an orgasm or other sexual pleasure

Get off: Kiss; to smooch

Get off: Escape (with usually only mild consequences)

Get off: Fall asleep

Get off: Behave in an presumptuous, rude, or intrusive manner

Get off on: Be excited or aroused by; to derive pleasure from

Get off on: Have a sexual encounter with

Get on: Board or mount (something), especially a vehicle

Get on: Be successful

Get on: Progress (with)

Get on: Become late

Get on: Become old

Get on: Gave a good relationship

Get on: Commence

Get on to: Contact (someone) in order to raise or discuss a certain matter

Get on to: Progress to; to start working on

Get on for: Be near a time

Get on with: Proceed with; to begin or continue, especially after an interruption

Get on with: Have a good relationship with

Get onto: Move onto an object, especially one on which it is possible to stand

Get onto: Contact a person or organization about a particular matter

Get onto: Connect, especially to the Internet or a network

Get onto: Scold someone

Get onto: Introduce someone to something

Get out: Leave or escape

Get out: Come out of a situation ; to escape a fate

Get out: Help someone leave

Get out: Leave a vehicle such as a car

Get out: Become known

Get out: Spend free time out of the house

Get out: Publish something, or make a product available

Get out: Say something with difficulty

Get out: Clean something. To eliminate dirt or stains

Get out of: Leave, exit, or become free of

Get out of: Circumvent some obligation entirely

Get out of: Leave or exit a place

Get over: Overcome

Get over: Recover (from)

Get over: Forget and move on

Get over: Successfully communicate; to get across

Get over with: Do something quickly and hastily; without procrastination

Get rid of: Dispose (of); to remove; to abolish; to lose

Get stuck in: Dedicate a large amount of effort towards

Get stuck into: Start eating

Get stuck into: Criticize someone; tell off; to get angry at; to attack

Get taken in: Be fooled; to fall for

Get taken in: Be unofficially fostered

Get through: Overcome; to endure

Get through: Complete; to finish

Get through: Be made successfully

Get through to: Make someone understand

Get through to: Reach a stage in a competition

Get to: Reach, arrive at

Get to: Have an opportunity to or be allowed to

Get to: Affect adversely; to upset or annoy

Get to: Track down and intimidate

Get together: Meet socially

Get up: Move in an upwards direction; to ascend or climb

Get up: Rise from one’s bed

Get up: Move from a sitting or lying position to a standing position; to stand up

Get up: Materialize; to grow stronger

Get up: Bring together, amass

Get up: Gather or grow larger by accretion

Get up: Criticize

Get up: Dress in a certain way, especially extravagantly

Get up to: Do something, especially something that you should not do

Get used: Become accustomed to something; to acclimate; to adjust

Get with: Impregnate

Get with: Align oneself with


Phrasal Verb from: G-Give

Give away: Make a gift of (something)

Give away: Formally hand over a bride to the bridegroom; often by her father

Give away: Unintentionally reveal a secret, or expose someone

Give away: Concede an advantage in weight, time, height etc.

Give back: Return, restore

Give back: Contribute money, goods or, especially, services for charitable purposes, as if in return for one’s own success

Give forth: Emit or release something

Give forth: Give off an emanation

Give in: Collapse or fall

Give in: Relent, yield, surrender or admit defeat

Give in to: Allow a feeling or desire to control you

Give in to: Criticize harshly or punish someone for something.

Give it up for/to: Applaud.

Give of oneself: Devote oneself unselfishly to a task, especially to give time and energy

Give off: Emit; to produce and send forth

Give out: Issue; to distribute

Give out: Break down, get out of order, fail

Give out: Complain, sulk, chastise

Give over: Entrust (something) to another

Give over: Devote or resign to a particular purpose or activity

Give over: Give up; abandon; desert; stop

Give up: Surrender (someone or something)

Give up: Stop or quit (an activity, etc)

Give up: Relinquish (something)

Give up: Lose hope concerning (someone or something)

Give up: Abandon (someone or something)

Give up: Admit defeat, to capitulate

Give up on: Lose faith in or stop believing in something or someone.

Give up on: Stop feeling hope

Give way: Yield to persistent persuasion

Give way: Collapse or break under physical stresses

Give way: Give precedence to other road users

Give way to: Be replaced by something better, cheaper, more modern, etc

Give way to: Allow a vehicle to pass in front.

Give way to: Surrender to strong emotions

Give yourself up: Surrender to the police or authorities.


Phrasal Verb from: H-Hold

Hold back: Act with reserve; to contain one’s full measure or power

Hold back: Contain; stop

Hold back: Delay the progress of, especially in school

Hold down: Restrain; to check

Hold down: Continue, to hold and to manage well

Hold in: Restrain oneself

Hold off: Delay someone or something temporarily; to keep at bay

Hold off: Delay commencing

Hold off: Delay commencing an action

Hold on: Grasp or grip firmly

Hold on: Keep; to store something for someone

Hold on: Wait a short time

Hold on: Remain loyal

Hold out: Wait, or refuse in hopes of getting something better

Hold out: Survive, endure

Hold out: Withhold something

Hold out: Set something aside or save it for later

Hold over: Save, delay

Hold up: Wait or delay

Hold up: Impede; detain

Hold up: Support or lift

Hold up: Fulfill / fulfill or complete one’s part of an agreement

Hold up: Rob at gunpoint

Phrasal Verb from: J- Jump 

Jump around: Move erratically by jumping

Jump at: Accept something enthusiastically

Jump down: Leave an elevated position to a lower position by one jump

Jump in: Enter something quickly. Usually a mode of transport

Jump off: Move from an elevated place by one jump

Jump on: Board a vehicle

Jump on: Attack verbally, to criticize excessively

Jump out: Be obviously different or special; to capture an observer’s attention at once

Jump up: Move from one position to a higher position by one jump


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