Most Important Phrasal Verb For Exams

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Hello Readers, 

in today’s
post we shall discuss about Idioms and Phrases of the English Language section.
 Now a days Idioms and  Phrases have
became an important part of the English Language test in not only Banks but
also almost all Entrance Exams like SSC, FCI Exams.

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Phrasal
Verb
Meaning
Example Sentences
Blow something up
To exaggerate
The girls in school always blow gossip up to huge proportions.
My mother blows my achievements up in front of guests.

Back someone up
To support
The captain will not back him up just because he is his son.
You may be wrong but I will back you up because you are my brother.
blow up
To explode
The army is going to blow up that building with a bomb.
Our calculations were wrong and the rocket blew up just after liftoff.
break down
To stop functioning (usually for vehicle, machine, etc.)
The old train is certain to break down if it is not maintained properly.
He was driving recklessly and the old car broke down.
Break something down
To divide and subdivide
They broke the students down into groups of four.
The detective said they were still breaking the information down to make
sense of it.
break into something
To enter forcibly/ interrupt
The newspaper reported a break-in at the bank.
Last night, two thieves broke into the house next door.
break up
To end a relationship
A break up can lead to emotional trauma.
After being together for five years they have decided to break up.
break out
To escape
The Taliban helped 500 inmates escape of the Afghan jail.
Ten inmates broke out of prison in the southern town yesterday.
break out
To escape
The Taliban helped 500 inmates escape of the Afghan jail.
Ten inmates broke out of prison in the southern town yesterday.
break out
To spread
There was a world panic when SARS broke out in China in 2002.
The news about the adulterous affair will break out in tomorrow’s
newspaper.
Bring someone down
To upset someone or to make someone unhappy
The boss manages to bring down my mood every day.
His pessimistic comments bring down the whole group.
Bring someone up
raise a child
I was brought up in a conservative Hindu family.
After being abandoned by his parents in Ghana he was brought up by an
Italian couple.
Bring up
To initiate a conversation on a subject
My sister walks out of the room when I bring up the subject of sports.
I will bring up the issue of cleanliness in the meeting today.

 

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  1. "Now a days Idioms are Phrases have became an important part of the English Language".
    Is wrong grammar usage.

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