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Phrasal verb of the day – to cap off

Cap off

– Finish or complete, often with some decisive action
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Phrasal Verb of the day – to kick back

Kick back

– Pay someone illegally as part of the price
– Resist
– Relax

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Phrasal Verb of the day – to reach out to

Reach out to

– Ask for help
– Offer help
– Try to communicate and establish good relations with people

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Phrasal Verb of the day – to lark about

Lark about

– Behave in a silly way

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Phrasal verb of the day – to walk through

Walk through

– Explain or demonstrate something carefully to someone

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Phrasal Verb of the day – to take after

Take after

– Look like, resemble

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Phrasal Verb of the day – to eye up

Eye up

– Look carefully at someone/something

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Phrasal Verb of the Day – to back up

Back up

– Make a copy of computer data
– Support
– Drive a vehicle backwards

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Phrasal Verb of the day – to make do with

Make do with

– Accept something less satisfactory because there’s no alternative

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Phrasal Verb of the Day

Dish out

– Serve food
– Give something, usually when you shouldn’t
– Criticise, when you can’t take criticism in return

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