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Rječnik frazalnih glagola 1. Frazalni glagol je glagol + prijedlog, koji stvara značenje različiti od originalnog glagola. PRIMJER: I ran into my teacher at the movies last night. NOTE: You didn't physically run into your teacher, but you met your teacher unexpectedly. 2. Frazalni glagoli mogu biti prelazni i neprjelazni. Prelazni glagol je popraćen objektom. PRIMJER: I made up the story. Neprijelazni glagol nije popraćen objektom. PRIMJER: He suddenly showed up . 3. Prelazni frazalnih glagoli mogu stajati odvojeno i zajedno. Odvojeni glagoli uzimaju objekt između glagola i prijedloga. PRIMJER: I talked into my mother letting me borrow the car. Netočno I talked my mother into letting me borrow the car. Točno Note: "talk into" jeste odvojeni


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Rjenik frazalnih glagola1. Frazalni glagol je glagol + prijedlog, koji stvara znaenje razliiti od originalnog glagola.

PRIMJER: I ran into my teacher at the movies last night. NOTE: You didn't physically run into your teacher, but you met your teacher unexpectedly.

2. Frazalni glagoli mogu biti prelazni i neprjelazni.

Prelazni glagol je popraen objektom. PRIMJER: I made up the story. Neprijelazni glagol nije popraen objektom. PRIMJER: He suddenly showed up.

3. Prelazni frazalnih glagoli mogu stajati odvojeno i zajedno.

Odvojeni glagoli uzimaju objekt izmeu glagola i prijedloga. PRIMJER: I talked into my mother letting me borrow the car. Netono I talked my mother into letting me borrow the car. Tono Note: "talk into" jeste odvojeni

Glagoli koji se ne odvajaju uzimaju objekt nakon prijedloga. PRIMJER: I ran my sister into. Netono I ran into my sister. Tono

Note: "run into" is non-separable Neki frazalnih glagoli mogu imati prijedlog na oba mjesta. PRIMJER: I made an excuse up. Tono I made up an excuse. Tono Note: "make up" is both separable and non-separable

4. U ovom frazalnom rjeniku, naredni simboli e se koristiti sa prelaznim frazalnim glagolima da oznae da li su oni razdvojivi, nerazdvojivi ili uzimaju prijedloge na oba mjesta:

+ Nerazdvojivi PRIMJER: run into + * Razdvojivi PRIMJER: talk * into * + Pokazuje da objekt moe biti smjeten na oba mjesta PRIMJER: made * up +

Frazalni Glagol Definicija act up


Neprikladno ponaanje ili I think I need to take my car to the mechanic funkcija because it's acting up again.

add * up + add up to + add up ask * out + ask * over +

Izraunavanje sume Jednakost iznosa Imati smisla Poziva na sastanak Pozvati nekoga doma

I added up the receipts and it totaled $135.46. The total expenses added up to $325.00. Her story doesn't add up. I think she is lying. I can't believe that Joe finally asked me out on a date! Why don't we ask the Johnsons over for dinner? PRIMJER

Frazalni Glagol Definicija back down back out back out of + back * up + back up bawl * out

Prestati braniti svoje miljenje na Jane never backs down. She always wins debatama/povlaenje arguments. Neodrati (obeanje, dogovor, sastanak) Neodrati (obeanje, dogovor, sastanak) Davati potporu Sam backed out at the last second. Sam backed out of the agreement at the last second. You need PRIMJERs to back up your opinion.

Povlaenje, pomaknuti se malo Could you back up a little so I can open this unatrag drawer? kritizirati She bawled him out for arriving late. The soldier had to bear down on the leather strap while the doctor removed a bullet from the soldier's arm. The U.S.A. is bearing down on drug traffickers. This information may bear on this case. I didn't think he would bear up so well in that situation. How did he bear up under such extreme pressure? Please bear with me while I fill out the paperwork. My cousin blew in unexpectedly with his entire family. All this negative publicity will blow over in a couple of weeks. The terrorists blew the bridge up. The bomb blew up before they could defuse it. When Joan heard the news, she blew up and rushed out of the room. We need to break this problem down in order to solve. The truck broke down in the desert. She broke down after her husband died.

bear down on + podnositi bear down on + Poduzeti stroge mjere protiv bear on + bear up Imati posla s neim Izdrati

bear up under + Izdrati pod bear with + blow in blow over blow * up + blow up blow up Imati strpljenja Neoekivani posjet (inf.) Proi bez stvaranja problema eksplodirati; unititi koristei eksploziv eksplodirati Odjedanput postati vrlo ljut

break * down + Analizirati u detalje break down break down break * in + break in Pokvariti se Postati mentalno bolestan

Nositi ili koristiti neto novo dok I need to break these shoes in before I go je udobno hiking. prekinuti While we were discussing the situation,

Terri broke in to give her opinion. break in break in on + break into + break into + break * off + break out break out + break out of + break * up + break * up + break up Ui u mjesto nezakonito, provaliti Prekinuti (konverzaciju) Ui u kuu nezakonito Prekinuti (konverzaciju) Zavriti neto Pojaviti se nasilno The burglar broke in between midnight and 3 AM. Jane broke in on the conversation and told us to get back to work. The burglar broke into the house between midnight and 3 AM. Jane broke into the conversation and told us what she knew. Sally broke her engagement to John off. Violent protests broke out in response to the military coup.

Koristiti neto ekstravagantno za He broke out the champagne to celebrate proslavu/zabavu his promotion. Pobjei Razbiti u komadie Zaustaviti bitku Zavriti vezu The murderer broke out of the prison. I broke the cracker up into pieces and put it in the soup. The police broke the demonstration up before it got out of control. Sam and Diane broke up again. What a rocky relationship. Democracy brought about great change in the lives of the people. When we go to the forest, bring your wildlife guide along. She doesn't want to go, but we'll eventually bring her around. My trip across the Sahara was difficult, but I brought a new appreciation for life away from the experience. You robbed the bank! I can't believe you brought that off. I can't believe she got so angry. What brought that on? Your new shirt brings out the color of your eyes. When you visit me, why don't you bring over your son. We used smelling salts to bring her to after she fainted. I didn't want to bring up the fact that she was unemployed. Sam was brought up in South Carolina. Mary brushed her ex-boyfriend off at the party. The children burned the house down while playing with matches. Two buildings burnt down in the fire.

bring * about + Sluaj koji se dogodio bring * along + Ponijeti sa . bring * around bring * away bring * off + bring * on + bring * out + bring * over + bring * to bring * up + bring * up + brush * off + burn * down + burn down Uvjeravati nekoga Nauiti ili dobiti (iz iskustva) Uspjeti u neemu tekom ili neoekivanom Uzrokovati neto naglasiti Donijeti neto nekomu Otkriti posljedice spomenuti Podii (dijete) ignorirati neto ili nekoga Unititi neto palei vatru Izgoriti dok ne nestane u potpunosti (zgrada)

burn up burn up burn * up + buy * out + buy * up + Frazalni Glagol call for + call * off + call * off + call on + call on + call * up + calm * down + care for + care for + carry on + carry on about + carry on with + carry * out + carry * over + catch on catch up catch up with +

Biti vrue Nestati u vatri Unititi vatrom Kupiti dionice tvrtke ili dionice koje posjeduje druga osoba Kupiti neto u potpunosti Definicija zahtijevati (kao u receptu) Otkazati neto

I am burning up in here - open the window. The papers were burned up in the fire. He burnt up the files. A company from Oregon bought out Pacific Inc. We bought up all the beer in the store. PRIMJER This recipe calls for milk, not water. They called the picnic off because of the rain. He called off the dogs when he saw it was his neighbor. Mark called on Naomi while he was in town. Professor Tanzer called on Tim to answer the question. I called Sam up to see if he wanted to go to the movies. You can calm the baby down by rocking her gently. He cared for the bird until its wing healed. I don't care for sour cream on my potato. Please, carry on. I didn't mean to interrupt you. He kept carrying on about how much money he makes. I want you to carry on with the project while I am out of town. The secret agent carried out his orders exactly as planned. The meeting carried over into lunch time. He caught on after a few minutes. I will never catch up. I am too behind in my work. I had to run to catch up with the others.

Narediti zaustavljanje (invazije) posjetiti Pozvati nekoga da govori na sastanku ili u uionici telefonirati Smiriti se Voditi brigu o nekomu Voljeti nekoga ili neto nastaviti (konverzaciju, igru) Nastaviti o neemu priati nastaviti zavriti/ili postii neto Nastaviti sa radom Sporo razumijevanje (inf.) Nadoknaditi izgubljeno vrijeme Ubrzati radi stizanja ljudi koji su ispred tebe

catch up on + check back check by + check for +

Nadoknaditi Vratiti se radi provjere da li je sve OK

I need to catch up on world events. I haven't seen the news in ages. We will check back tomorrow to make sure the project is finished.

Otii na mjesto provjeriti da li je sve We need to check by the office to see if OK the documents are ready. Pokuati nai They checked for termites before they

bought the house. check in check into + check into + check * off + check on + check * out + check out check out of + check * over + check up on + check * through check with + cheer * up cheer up chew * up + chop * down + chop * up + clean * up + clear out clear * up + close * down + close down close in on + close * up + close up come about come across + Prijaviti se u bolnicu, hotel itd. Prijaviti se u bolnicu, hotel itd. Istraiti, potraiti They need to check in before noon. They checked into the hotel at 11:00 AM. We are checking into discount flights to London. Let's check on the baby again before we go to sleep. He checked out the new restaurant down the street. It's already eleven. We need to check out. We checked out of the hotel before ten. He checked over the old car to see if it was worth buying. The police are checking up on the bomb threats. Your luggage will be checked through to Paris. He needs to check with his parents before he goes. The party really cheered me up. Cheer up. Everything will be all right. The dog chewed up my shoe. The lumberjack chopped the tree down. He chopped the meat up into little pieces. Susan cleaned the mess up before she left. Everybody clear out! We're closed. Susan cleared up the mess before she left. The corner market closed down because they didn't have many customers. The bar was closed down because they served alcohol to minors. The rebels were closing in on the capital, so the government called in the army. They are closing the ski resort up for the summer. The ski resort is closing up for the summer. How did you idea for the book come about. They came across some lost Mayan

Napraviti znak do (predmeta na listi) Check each name off the list. Biti siguran da je sve OK Istraiti, pogledati na Napustiti hotel, bolnicu Napustiti hotel, bolnicu Podrobno ispitati stanje neega Istraiti nekoga ili neto Povjeravati preko povjeriti Nainiti da se netko osjea sretno Postati vesel provakati pasti/odrezati (drvo) Izrezati u male dijelove Uredan, poistiti napustiti( inf.) pospremiti Za stalno zatvoriti mjesto Za stalno zatvoriti Pristupiti i zaprijetiti Privremeno zatvoriti Privremeno zatvoriti Dogoditi se Sluajno otkriti

ruins in the jungle. come across + come along Imati izgled, izgledati Ispratiti nekoga He comes across as rather rude, but he isn't. If you want, you can come along. Sam came along with us to the beach. How's the research paper coming along. How are you coming along with the research paper. I came away from the meeting feeling like the presentation was a success. What time are you coming back? How did you come by that new Mercedes? I'll come by later this afternoon. He came down with the flu. He came into a large sum of money when his aunt died. The handle came off the suitcase when I picked it up. I didn't see the car at first. It came out of nowhere. Sam finally came out last month. The pictures came out great. Microsoft is coming out with a new video game system next month. Why don't you come over after work for dinner? Don't worry! She faints all the time. She always comes to after a few minutes. Terry really came through for us in the end. The job offer didn't come up to her expectations. She came up with a great proposal for the new advertising campaign. The computer system doesn't come with a printer. Did you count expenses in? You can really count on Sarah. You can count James out. He hates playing poker. Count the change up and see how much we have. Why did you cross my name out on the list? You eat too much fat. You need to cut

come along with + Poi sa come along napredovati

come along with + napredovati come away come back come by + come by Napustiti mjesto sa posebnim osjeajem ili dojmom Vratiti se Dobiti, primiti Posjetiti nekoga

come down with + Biti bolestan come into + come off + come out come out come out come out with + come over come to come through come up to + come up with + Naslijediti Pasti s neega Pojaviti se Otkriti da si homoseksualac Ispati odlino Proizvesti i distribuirati proizvod Posjetiti nekoga Osvijestiti se Uiniti to je potrebno ili oekivano pristupiti; izjednaiti Nastaviti ili stvoriti (ideju, plan)

come with + count * in + count on + count * out + count * up + cross * out + cut down

Ukljuiti, doi uz ukljuiti ovisiti/osloniti se na Iskljuiti, izuzeti Dodati Prekriiti neto, eliminirati Smanjiti iznos neega

down. cut down on + cut in cut in on + cut * off cut * off + cut * out + cut * out cut * up + Frazalni Glagol die away die down die off/out disagree with + do away with + do * over + do without + draw * up + dress * down dress down dress * up + dress up drive * back + drop in drop in on + drop out drop out of + drop over Smanjiti iznos neega You need to cut down on your fat intake. She suddenly cut in and delivered the news She cut in on the conversation and delivered the news. She cut him off before he said something he would regret later. His finger was accidentally cut off in an industrial accident. He cut the bone out of the steak. Cut it out! You're bothering me. He cut the beef up and put the pieces in the soup. PRIMJER The applause died away after 5 minutes. The controversy about the president's affair finally died down. Whales are in danger of dying off. Some Americans want to do away with the death penalty. You made many mistakes, so I want you to do the report over. I couldn't do without a car in California. Let's draw an agreement up before we go any further with this project. The mother dressed her son down for skipping school. I am dressing down because we're going to a barbecue by the beach. You could dress this house up with some bright colors She always dresses up at work. The invaders were driven back by the army. Meg dropped in yesterday after dinner. Let's drop in on Julie since we're driving by her house. Yuri isn't on the team any more. He dropped out. It's difficult to get a good job if you drop out of high school. Drop over any time you feel like talking.

Prekinuti PrekinutiPrekinuti nekoga dok govori izrezati (noem) odstraniti Zaustaviti radnju/djelovanje Izrezati na male dijelove Definicija Nestati u intezitetu Nestati u intezitetu izumrijeti

Otrovati se hranom ili piem Spicy food disagrees with me. nestati Ponoviti Snai se bez neega to netko eli ili treba stvoriti (ugovor) prigovoriti Odjenuti se ugodno Ukrasiti Nositi elegantnu odjeu Odbijati Neoekivano posjetiti nekoga Neoekivano posjetiti nekoga Prekinuti organiziranu aktivnost Prekinuti organiziranu aktivnost (kolu) Posjetiti nekoga

Frazalni Glagol eat away eat * up + eat in eat out

Definicija Jako unititi Pojesti, konzumirati Jesti unutar kue Jesti vani

PRIMJER The heavy rains ate away at the sandstone cliffs. Ken ate the cookies up. We usually eat in instead of going out for dinner. They eat out once a week.

Frazalni Glagol Definicija face up to + fall back on + fall behind fall behind in + fall off fall out with + fall through feel * up + feel up to + figure on + figure * out + figure * up + fill * in + fill in fill in for + fill * out + fill out fill * up + find out + find out fix * up + Spoznati neto teko ili neprijatno Biti u mogunosti koristiti u hitnom sluaju Ii sporije nego to je planirano Ii sporije nego to je planirano Smanjiti Svaati se sa Neuspjeh Pipati, napastovati

PRIMJER I'll never be able to face up to my colleagues after getting so drunk last night at the work party. Yuki can fall back on her degree in biology if she doesn't succeed in her acting career. Hurry up or you will fall behind! Cheryl has missed several days of school and now she is falling behind in her homework. Interest in the project fell off when they realized it wouldn't be profitable. I had a falling out with my sister last month and we haven't talked to each other since. Unfortunately, my trip to Indonesia fell through because I couldn't save enough money. She sued her boss for sexual harassment after he felt her up. I don't feel up to going out tonight because I had a long day at work. Where do you figure on living when you move to the U.S.A.? I finally figured the joke out. Now I understand why everybody was laughing. I need to figure my expenses up before I give you an estimate. Don't forget to fill in all the blanks on the application. Who is going to fill in while you're gone? Miguel filled in for me at the meeting yesterday because I was sick. I filled out an application to rent the apartment last week. Now that you're filling out honey, we need to get you a bra. Fill the car up with unleaded gas, please. You will never find out all my secrets! Vicky's parents are going to be so mad when they find out she got a tattoo. My neighbors are fixing their house up.

Morati hitno neto uraditioekivati Rijeiti neto, razumjeti izraunati Zavriti, popuniti Zamijeniti Zamjena za Zavriti Rasti Napuniti do vrha otkriti otkriti popraviti, renovirati

Frazalni Glagol get * across + get ahead get ahead of + get along get along with + get around + get around get away get away with + get by get by on + get by with + get down to + get in + get in get * off + get * off get off + get off get off get * on get on get on + get on

Definicija Stvari koje treba razumjeti Napredovati Nadii neto Imati dobar odnos, vezu Imati dobar odnos, vezu Izbjegavati nekoga ili netp Ii na mnoga mjesta Pobjei Raditi neto mimo pravila ili ilegalno i ne biti uhvaen ili kanjen Preivljavati bez stvari koje su potrebne ili koje elite Preivjeti sa minimalnim izvorima Snai se bez Uozbiljiti se, prionuti na rad Ui (u auto, mali amac itd.) Ui Poslati (poiljku) odstraniti (pauka sa koulje) Izai, napustiti(autobus, avion, vlak, amac) Sii Idiomatina fraza Kako opravdava to to je rekao?! Obui ui (autobus, vlak), voziti, jahati(konja, bicikl) ui (autobus, vlak), voziti, jahati(konja, bicikl) Imati dobar odnos, vezu

PRIMJER It's difficult to get humor across in another language. I can't get ahead even though I work two jobs. You need to work overtime in order to get ahead of schedule. Do you and your sister get along? Giovanna doesn't get along with her two brothers. Some people get around paying taxes by hiring a good accountant. It's easy to get around town with public transportation. The bank robbers got away. My sister gets away with everything! I lost my job, so I am having a hard time getting by this year. It's nearly impossible to get by on making minimum wage. You don't need a computer. You can get by with the typewriter. Enough small talk. Let's get down to business. Get in the front seat. You will have more legroom. Get in. I will give you a ride to school I finally got my sister's birthday present off yesterday. Can you get this spider off my shirt? We need to get off the bus at the next stop. It's dangerous to sit on the roof. Get off! Where does he get off saying that?! You should get your jacket on because it's going to be cold. The train is leaving. Quick, get on! Get on my bike and I will give you a ride home. Natasha doesn't get on with her coworkers.

get on with + get on with + get out of + get over + get through + get through + get through

Imati dobar odnos, vezu Nastaviti aktivnost izai (mali amac, auto, zatvoreno podruje)

Do you get on with your neighbors? Now that the police have left, let's get on with the party! I fell into the water when I tried to get out of the canoe.

Oporaviti se (prehlade, bolesti), Jennifer still hasn't gotten over her preboljeti nekoga breakup with Peter. zavriti Proi Proi We will never get through all of these boxes by 9:00 PM. We need a stronger drill to get through this wall. The door was jammed, so we couldn't get through. Have you gotten through with your homework yet? It's hard to get through to Janet because her telephone line is always busy. Ahmed got Abdul up at 5:30 in the morning by turning the music up really loud. What time did you get up this morning? Why did Nancy give all of her furniture away? We are having a surprise party for Susan next Saturday; so don't give our surprise away by acting suspicious. When are you going to give that book back to your teacher? Never give in! You can do it! That white flower gives off a beautiful smell. I earn extra money by giving out brochures on the street. I hope this car doesn't give out in the middle of the desert. The police told the thief to give his gun up. Never give up learning English! I yelled at the dogs to make them go away. When are you going back to your house?

get through (with) + zavriti get through to + Doi do, napraviti kontakt

get * up get up give * away + give * away + give * back + give in give off + give * out + give out give * up + give up go away go back go by + go back on + go down

Ustati, podii Ustati, podii iz kreveta, sa stolice Dati nekome neto bez povratka Odati (tajnu) Vratiti neto posueno Prestati pokuavati, predati se Putati (miris, svjetlo) Distribuirati Postati vrlo umoran Predati neto Predati Napustiti, otii Vratiti se

Ii pored, proi pored neeka ili We go by the coffee shop everyday. nekoga Neodrati (rije, obeanje) smanjiti Don't trust him. He always goes back on his promises. The cost of flight tickets is going down.

go for + go for go in for + go into + go off go off go off go off go on go on go on with + go out go out go over + go over go through + go through + go through with + go with + go with + go with + go without + grow under grow up

Nastojat postii

Our team is going for the gold medal in the Olympics.

Idiomatina fraza - I am craving I could go for pepperoni pizza. pepperoni pizza. sudjelovati ( inf.) Raspraviti u detalje eksplodirati Are you going to go in for soccer this year at school? I really don't want to go into that now. The bomb could go off at any moment.

Poeti, zapoeti (koristi se sa signalima, alarmima, znakovima The alarm clock went off at 6:00 AM. upozorenja) zaustaviti (maine) Postati ljut nastaviti Dogoditi se nastaviti ( plan, konverzaciju) Ugasiti se ( vatra) Sudjelovati u drutvenim aktivnostima (posebno nou) pregledati Biti dobro prihvaen, uspjeti Ispitati u detalje, oprezno prouiti Iskusiti izazove, potekoe ili traume The DVD player goes off automatically if you are not using it. Maria went off last night after I told her about losing her bike. Please, go on. Don't let me interrupt you. This place is a mess! What went on here last night? I think we should go on with the meeting and stop wasting time. The fire went out after three days. They love to go out every Saturday night. Do you usually go over your notes before class? That didn't go over well. I need to have my lawyer go through this contract before I sign it. She has gone through so much in her life.

Nastaviti usprkos potekoama i I have decided to go through with the strahovima operation. Ii uz (odjeu) Ii sa Imati djevojku ili deka Biti bez neega to trebate ili elite Opadati posao sazrijeti That shirt doesn't go with those pants. I am going with Alejandro to the party. I am going with Yuri. A person can go without water for three days. The restaurant went under after it lost its liquor license. Your brother needs to grow up and start thinking about his future.

Frazalni Glagol hand * back + hand * down +

Definicija vratiti Izjaviti slubeno

PRIMJER Is the teacher going to hand back our tests today? The president is going to hand his decision

down on health care tonight. hand * down + hand * in + hand * out + hand * over + hang around + hang around hang * up + hang up hang out + hang out have * on + have * over hear from + hear of + hit on + hit on + hold * back + hold back hold * off + hold off on + hold on hold on hold on to + hold out hold out against + hold * up + hold * up + Frazalni Glagol Dati kao nasljee predati distribuirati predati Druiti se ( inf.) Druiti se objesiti (odjeu) Poklopiti, spustiti slualicu Druiti se (inf.) Druiti se nositi Pozvati nekoga u goste When my clothes got too small for me as a child, I handed them down to my sister. I have to hand in an offer by March 12. We should hand the concert fliers out at school. Hand your car keys over. You're too drunk to drive. Maria and Salvador usually hang around the beach after school. Those guys just hang around all day. You can hang your jacket up in the front closet. Don't hang up. I'm going to change phones. Let's go hang out at the mall tonight. What are you doing? - - I'm just hanging out. Do you have your hiking boots on? Why don't we have Mr. and Mrs. Jones over for dinner tonight?

Primiti vijesti od (pismo, Have you heard from Steve lately? e-mail) Znati neto o nekome ili Have you heard of chocolate covered ants? neemu Sinuti ideja Udvarati se zadravati Ne dozvoliti napredovanje u koli Zadrati, drati Zakasniti, otegnuti vrsto se drati I hit on the idea while watching the Simpsons show. Jay's friend Marc was trying to hit on my sister last night. The police held the demonstrators back while the politicians entered the building. The teacher held Frank back a year, so he couldn't enter fifth grade. Mr. Johnson held the dog off while we crossed the yard. We should hold off on making dinner until your parents arrive. Hold on tight! The roller coaster is about to take off. Make sure you hold on to the hand rail as you walk down the stairs. Stop holding out and tell us where you found all of these old records. They held out against enemy attack. The accident held traffic up for an hour.

Saekati malo, priekati Hold on a minute. I'll get Carol. Drati se vrsto Ne predati se, nastaviti davati otpor Ne predati se, nastaviti davati otpor kasniti (let, promet);

opljakati (banku, osobu) Five men held the bank up yesterday. sa orujem Definicija PRIMJER

iron * out


We need to have a meeting this week in order to iron out the distribution problems.

Frazalni Glagol jack up + joke around jump in jump to + Frazalni Glagol Definicija

Definicija Podii Biti zabavan Ukljuiti se u konverzaciju Ne donositi brze zakljuke PRIMJER

PRIMJER We need to jack up the car before we change the tire. Mike is always joking around at work. Feel free to jump in at any moment while we are talking. You shouldn't jump to conclusions.

keep * around Drati uz sebe, drati blizu keep at + keep * away keep * back keep * down keep * in keep * off keep on keep * out keep * over keep to + keep up keep * up + keep up with + Ne odustati ( aktivnost), Sprijeiti pristup, zadravati Odrati sigurnu udaljenost, Ne povratiti, zadrati u stomaku

I always keep a dictionary around to translate new words. You should keep at your studies. Keep the kids away from the cookies. Keep back! The burning building is about to collapse. If I ate that, I down know if I could keep it down.

Drati na odreenom mjestu, When I am not using it, I keep my passport imati neto na odreenom mjestu in this drawer. Sprijeiti penjanje ili stajanje na neto nastaviti Sprijeiti ulaz Keep the cat off the couch. He kept on talking after everybody asked him to stop. Keep the dog out of the garden; he keeps digging up the flowers.

Pokriti neto neim, staviti neto I keep a tarp over my bicycle at night to preko prevent it from getting wet. Nastaviti (aktivnost) stay on the required schedule continue Everybody said she would never finish the puzzle, but she kept to it until it was done. You have to keep up if you want to work here. You are doing a great job! Keep it up.

stay on schedule with (a person, I have so much reading that I can't keep up the workload, homework) with the writing exercises.

Frazalni Glagol lay away + lay down +

Definicija save for the future establish (laws, rules)

PRIMJER Why don't you lay away your wedding outfit? Lori lays down the law in her class. English only!

lay in on + lay into + lay * off + lay * out + leave * out + let * down let * down let * out let * out let up lie down lie down on + lie with + light * up + light up + live * down + live on + live up to + look after + look back on + look down on + look for +

scold or criticize severely scold or criticize severely suspend someone from a job (during a slow period) arrange not include, omit disappoint lengthen (pants in sewing) release make bigger (in sewing) weaken in intensity rest, recline rest, recline ( on a couch, bed) be decided by illuminate to smoke

My mom really laid in on me when I got home at 4:00 in the morning last night. I saw Reto's mom lay into him when he came home late last night. The company was losing money, so they had to lay off 100 workers. Why don't we lay the pieces of the table out before we put it together? Why did your parents leave you out of their vacation plans? I felt let down when I didn't receive a birthday card from my sister. My uncle is a tailor, so he can let your pants down. I am happy my brother was let out of prison early. I need to let out this skirt because I have gained weight. I told her NO a thousand times, but she won't let up. I need to lie down before we go out tonight. I'm going to lie down on the sofa for a while. Whether or not you can go to the party lies with your father. Let's get some candles to light this room up. Do you have to light up another cigarette? I thought you were trying to cut down.

live in a way that a shameful or Jose will never live down singing that embarrassing event is forgotten song at the karaoke bar. survive from keep a standard I could live on bread and cheese. It would be hard to live up to her parent's expectations. They are so demanding.

take care of (a child, a house, a When my sister goes on vacation, I look pet) after her dog. to remember nostalgically see as inferior to seek or search for When I look back on my childhood, I often feel angry. She's so conceited. She looks down on everybody else. I'm looking for my keys. Have you seen them? I am looking forward to traveling to New York next year. The police are looking into the murder. Everybody just looked on as the two men fought.

look forward to + anticipate with pleasure look into + look on investigate observe as a spectator

look out look * over + look * up + look * up + look up to + Frazalni Glagol make * out make * out + make out make out make out make out with + make * over make * up + make * up + make * up + make up make up for + mix * up + mix * up + mix * up +

be careful, pay attention, heed a Look out, there's a black widow spider certain danger on the wall. examine, review search for (in a dictionary) locate and visit respect, admire someone Definicija decipher write a check or other document succeed progress kiss passionately kiss someone passionately do again invent ( a story) complete what was missed put on cosmetics reconcile compensate for confuse blend make lively (a party) When I'm camping, I look my shoes over before I put them on. I take time to look up new vocabulary words. If you ever travel to California, you should look me up. He looks up to his father.

PRIMJER I can't make out your handwriting. What does this say? Who should I make this check out to? He really made out in the stock market last year. How is your son making out in his new job? I saw Benno and Isabelle making out in the movie theater last night! Did you make out with Sally? The teacher made me do my homework over. Don't believe anything she says. She always makes things up. Fortunately, my professor let me make up the exam I missed yesterday. It takes me 10 minutes to make my face up. You two have been friends for so long that I think you should make up. Allen made up for being late by getting me flowers. I sometimes mix the verb tenses up. We need to mix up these different kinds of nuts before we put them in a bowl. Let's mix up this party with a little disco music. PRIMJER

Frazalni Glagol Definicija name * after + nod off

name a child using another family I was named after my grandfather. member's name fall asleep The movie was so boring that I nodded off before it was finished. I hate it when my mother noses around my room. PRIMJER It didn't occur to us that we had left the iron on. Im glad that John feels comfortable enough around me to open up.

nose around + sneak around Frazalni Glagol Definicija occur to + open up pop into one's mind, come to one's mind share feelings

out to + verb

try to

She is out to get revenge now that her husband left her for another woman.

Frazalni Glagol Definicija pan out pass away pass * off + pass * on + pass on + pass on pass * out + pass out pass * up + pay * back + pay * off + pay * off + pick on + pick * out + pick * up + pick * up + pick * up + pick * up + pick up play * down + play * up play up to + point * out + pull down be successful, turn out well die try to convince someone that something is real transmit not accept (an invitation to eat or do something) die distribute become unconscious not take advantage (of an opportunity) repay complete payment on a debt to bribe to tease, bully choose to lift an object with the hands come and get someone in a car learn something without effort try to initiate a relationship with someone (often in a bar) grow, increase (inf.) make less important (inf.) highlight something (inf.) flatter someone for your personal advantage indicate earn

PRIMJER The trip to Vegas didn't pan out. After battling cancer for several years, he finally passed away at the age of 87. He tried to pass the fake watch off as a real Rolex. Please pass this message on to your coworkers. Jennifer passed on the invitation to join us for dinner. I am afraid Professor Johnson has passed on. We need to pass out these flyers for the concert tomorrow. He passed out because the room was too hot. I can't believe she passed up the opportunity to study in Rome. If I loan you money, will you pay me back. It took me ten years to pay off my credit card debt. Don't try to pay the police officer off if you get pulled over for speeding. She keeps picking on me! Make her stop. Diane picked out a lovely dress for the dance. Keep your back straight when you lift the TV up. What time are you going to pick me up? It's possible to pick up enough English in two weeks to get by on your trip to Los Angeles. Some weird guy tried to pick Patricia up at the bar. Business is really picking up this quarter. The President played down his affair with the intern. She played up her part in the new movie, but it was actually a very small role. She has been playing up to the boss because she wants a promotion. I'd like to point out that figures in column two might be outdated. He pulls down about $300,000 a year.

pull in pull out pull through

park (a vehicle) depart (a vehicle) barely survive

Mark pulled in too quickly and crashed into the wall. Our train pulls out at 8:00, so don't be late. I didn't think she was going to make it, but she pulled through in the end. I thought Ms. Smith put her ideas across rather clearly in the meeting. I told you kids to put your toys away. She always puts down people who don't share her opinions. He put in for a transfer to the division in Los Angeles. Don't put off your work - do it now! Make sure you put on a sweater before you go outside. I didn't believe a thing he said. I think he was putting me on. Don't use water to put out a grease fire. I don't want to put you out, but could you pick me up at the airport. I can't put out that much money each month.

communicate (an idea or put * across + suggestion) clearly so that it is understood put * away + put * down + put in + put * off + put * on + put * on + put * out + put * out + put out + put * up put up with + return to the proper place of storage insult, say bad things about officially submit a request (in the armed forces or public services) postpone wear deceive extinguish (a fire) inconvenience someone spend (usually used with unreasonably large sums of money)

have a guest stay in your house for Can you put me up while I'm in town? a short time tolerate Sandy will not put up with smoking in her house. PRIMJER The neighbors told us to quiet down last night or they would call the police. PRIMJER I need to read up on the company before I go on the job interview. Jack rung me up last night at 3:00 in the morning. I wouldn't rule out the possibility of moving to another country if I get a good job offer. I ran across some old photos while I was cleaning my house. Gore ran against Bush in the 2000 elections in the U.S.A. The child ran away because her parents beat her. The child ran away from its parents.

Frazalni Glagol Definicija quiet * down + be quiet, or cause to be quiet Frazalni Glagol Definicija read up on + ring * up rule * out + run across + run against + run away research a topic for a reason telephone eliminate find or meet unexpectedly compete in an election leave home permanently before you are a legal adult

run away from escape from

+ run * down run * down run * down run down run for + run into + run * off + run * off run off run off run out of + trace criticize hit with a car loose power, be very tired campaign for a government position meet unexpectedly make leave reproduce (photocopies) leave quickly waste water not have any more of something Have you run down those phone numbers I asked for last week? My boss runs everyone down. My dog was run down by a bus. You need to wind your watch so it doesn't run down. Gore is running for president of the U.S.A. I ran into my English teacher at the movies last night. She's so nice! The new government is trying to run the drug traffickers off. Would you mind running off 10 copies of this document for me? Why did you run off after the party? You shouldn't swim where the sewage runs off into the ocean. We ran out of milk this morning, so we need to go to the store. PRIMJER I hope I will be able to save up enough money to go to school. My dad said he was going to see about buying me a car.

Frazalni Glagol Definicija save * up + see about + see * off see to + see * through sell * out set * up set * up set up + settle on + settle up show * off + show off show * up accumulate (money) arrange or consider something

say good-bye to someone at the Did you see your sister off at the train beginning of their trip (at the station? airport, train station) make sure something happens, arrange finish something despite difficulties tell on someone arrange a relationship falsely incriminate a person arrange (an appointment, a meeting, etc.) I'll see to it that Mr. Ramirez gets your message. Are you going to be able to see your studies through now that you have a baby? My partner in crime sold me out for a reduced jail sentence. My mom set me up with her friend's son. I don't think he killed those men. Somebody set him up. I set up an appointment with my doctor at 3:30 this afternoon.

make a decision after a period of I settled on the job at the oil company. time pay one's debts show to everybody with a lot of pride boast, draw attention to oneself make someone seem inferior We need to settle up before you move. He always shows off his new things. Young boys show off in order to impress girls. He's always trying to show up his co-

workers in order to get ahead. show up shut * off shut * up slow * down + arrive without previous notice stop from functioning make quiet make move more slowly I hadn't seen my cousin for years, and all of a sudden, he showed up at my workplace yesterday! If you don't pay your electric bill, your power is going to get shut off. Would someone shut him up! He's talking so loudly that we're going to get in trouble. Because Mary's level in English is lower than the rest of the students, she slows the class down. Because Mary's level in English is lower than the rest of the students, she slows the class up.

slow * up +

make move more slowly

spell * out + stand by stand for + stand for + stand out stand * up stand up for + stand up to + stay over stick it to + stick to + stick up for +

to explain something in a detailed He's so stupid that you have to spell way so that the meaning is clearly everything out for him. understood wait represent tolerate be very noticeable not arrive to a date or an appointment (inf.) defend (something one believes in) I need you to stand by and answer the phone when my broker calls. SCUBA stands for "self contained underwater breathing apparatus." I won't stand for people criticizing me. Soledad is so beautiful! She really stands out in a crowd. I arranged to meet Joe at the library at 8:00, but he stood me up. I hope he has a good excuse. Every individual must stand up for what they believe in.

I think you should stand up to your older defend oneself against someone brother and tell him to stop pushing you or something around. spend the night at a person's house severely criticize a person (inf.) persevere, keep trying defend oneself or opinions It takes you so long to take the bus home, so why don't you just stay over? My boss really stuck it to me when I arrived late to work for the third time this week. Even though English is a hard language to master, you must stick to it! Joseph joined the army because he believes he must stick up for his country.

Frazalni Glagol take after + take * away + take * back +

Definicija resemble a parent or relative remove, seize or capture retract something you said

PRIMJER I take after my father. Who do you take after? The soldiers took the captives away. I demand that you take back what you said.

take * back + take * down + take * down + take * for take * in + take * in + take * in +

return an item to a store write down what is said remove (from a high place) consider, view as learning deceive a person make smaller when sewing

The dress my grandmother bought for me didn't fit, so I took it back and exchanged it for a pair of pants. Would you mind taking down my messages while I am on vacation? The city government made the shop takes down their bright, neon sign. Do you take me for an idiot? Are you taking in all of these Frazalni Glagols? He was taken in by the con artist. I lost weight, so I need to take some of my skirts to the tailor to have them taken in.

take * off take * off +

when a plane or rocket leaves the My stomach felt funny when the plane ground took off. remove In many cultures, it is appropriate to take off your shoes when entering a house.

take * off + take off take on + take * over + take over take * out + take * up + take * up + take * up + take up + talk back talk back to + talk * over + tear * down + tear * up + tell * off +

leave work or school for a period of I was sick last week, so I took a few time days off of work. leave accept (responsibilities, work) take control of take control of We took off after dinner. She has taken on too much responsibility in this project. Who is going to take over the family business when Aretha's father dies? If the President is assassinated, the Vice-president will take over.

accompany a person on a date (for I can't meet you tonight because I am dinner, the movies) taking Fernanda out to dinner. begin a new hobby discuss (at a later date) shorten a garment when sewing occupy space respond in an impolite way to an adult respond in an impolite way to an adult discuss destroy tear or rip into small pieces criticize a person severely, Have you taken up any new hobbies since you moved here? We should take this issue up in the meeting tomorrow. This dress is too long; I am going to take it up. This couch takes up too much space in the living room. Don't talk back! Children should not talk back to their parents. I hope my parents talk their relationship problems over before they get divorced. The county decided to tear down the dilapidated school and build a new one. I always tear up my personal papers before I throw them out. Carolina told me off when she found out

reprimand (inf.) tell on + think * over +

I was gossiping about her date with Martin.

report a crime to the police or bad Every time I did something wrong when behavior to a parent I was a child, my sister would tell on me. consider Think over the offer before you sign the contract. You need to think this through carefully before you make a decision. I need to think up an excuse for not going to her party. Don't throw away those bottles; we can recycle them. I asked him not to throw out the Sunday newspaper because I wanted to save an article. Mary threw out her roommate because she stopped paying rent. If you drink too much alcohol, you might throw up. When we dock, make sure you tie the boat up. Speaking English all day tires me out. The presidential candidates touched on the subject of health care during the debates. We didn't paint the whole kitchen, we just touched up the cabinets. Try on the pants before you buy them. Try out this massage chair - it feels great! They turned us away at the border because we didn't have visas. Turn the car around and go back home. She turned down the new job in New York, because she didn't want to move. I'm studying! Please turn down the TV. You need to turn your essays in next week. It's getting late. I think it is about time to turn in. When she kissed the frog, it turned into a handsome prince. Don't forget to turn off the iron before you leave the house. The pit bull suddenly turned on the small child. Scientists have discovered that the

think * through + consider carefully think * up + throw * away + throw * out + throw * out + throw up tie * up + tire * out touch on + touch * up try * on + try * out turn * away turn * around turn * down + turn * down + turn * in turn in turn into + turn * off + turn on + turn * on create or invent a false story discard discard remove by force from (a room, school, a house, etc.) vomit tie securely cause someone to be very tired talk about for a short time make the final improvements put on to make sure a piece of clothing fits test refuse to deal with or give service change or reverse direction refuse an offer; reject an application lower the volume or intensity of a TV, radio, or other machine submit go to bed (inf.) become something different, transform stop the function of (a stove, a water faucet, a car, etc.) attack unexpectedly cause to be excited sexually

smell of cinnamon turns many people on. turn * on + turn * out turn * out turn out turn out turn * over turn * up + turn up start the function of a TV, a radio, a Turn on the TV. The baseball game machine starts in a few minutes. produce switch off a light audience members to a function end up being The weavers can turn out two or three rugs a month. Turn out the light before you go to bed. Over 100,000 people turned out for the concert. She turned out to be the murderer after all.

give to authorities (said of evidence They turned the wallet over to the or stolen / lost property) police. increase the volume or intensity of Turn up the TV. I can't hear what they're a TV, radio, or other machine saying. find unexpectedly PRIMJER My keys turned up in the bedroom.

Frazalni Glagol Definicija use * up

use all of something I used up all of the soap, so we need to buy some more. PRIMJER Each waitress waits on three different tables in the restaurant.

Frazalni Glagol Definicija wait on + wait up wait up for + wake * up + wake up wash up wash * up + watch out serve, service (a table)

not sleep because you are waiting Don't wait up. for something or someone not sleep because you are waiting Let's wait up for Mary to see how her date for someone or something went. awaken someone awaken clean oneself clean be careful The car alarm woke me up at 6:00 in the morning. Wake up. It's time to get ready for work. Make sure you wash up before dinner. If we work together, we can wash the kitchen up in a few minutes. Watch out - there's a rattlesnake! Watch out for snakes while you are hiking in the desert. The affects of the medicine will wear off after a few hours.

watch out for + be careful of wear off wear * out wear * out wind up + wind * up + wind * up + wipe * out + disappear after a period of time

use until something is not useable If you wear the same shoes everyday, anymore you'll wear them out. cause to be very tired finish (inf.) tighten the spring of a watch or similar machine cause an animal or a child to behave wildly massacre or destroy Her three kids wore me out. If he doesn't get his act together, he is going to wind up in jail. He wound up the toy dog and set it on the floor. The kids always get wound up when Uncle Henry comes over. The tidal wave wiped out the small fishing

village. wipe * out work * out + work out work out cause to be very tired solve exercise be successful After surfing all day, I was completely wiped out. I hope you two can work out your problems. I work out three times a week at the fitness center. I am glad your new catering business is working out. Write down the directions so you don't forget them. He wrote out the lyrics so I could understand what the singer was saying. He wrote up a business proposal in order to get a loan. PRIMJER I think I have zeroed in on what has been causing the problem. I zipped around town after work today. He zoned out during class. Jill was so exhausted after taking the TOEFL test that she zonked out before dinner. You need a telephoto lens to zoom in. She zoomed in on his face while taking the picture.

write * down + record write * out + write * up + write down every word or letter prepare a report

Frazalni Glagol Definicija zero in on + zip around + zone out zonk out zoom in zoom in on + discover, pinpoint move quickly from place to place stop paying attention fall asleep focus focus on something, pinpoint