English Phrasal Verb List B. This long list of phrasal verb will help you make your English communication skills powerful and more expressive.
|Back down||Accept another person’s point of view or argument||قبول کرنا|
|The company only back down after a worldwide campaign by activities.|
|Back out||To withdraw an agreement,
deal or contract; avoid doing one has promised
|وعدے سے پھر جانا|
|He backed out at the last moment.|
|Back up||1. To support someone,
2. to make copy or computer file as a precaution four witnesses back him
|1. Make sure that you have some example to back up your arguments.
2. Back up make sure that your files, so that you can restore them if a virus damages them.
|Back up||Move backward in a vehicle.||پیچھے جانا|
|We had to back up a long way and try a different.|
|Bail out||Deposit money so that somebody who has been arrested can be released||رہا ہونا|
|He called his father to bail him out knowing that had quite a bit of influence in the city.|
|Bail out||Help somebody who is in trouble||مصیبت یا ضرورت میں مدد کرنا|
|He drew on his family name and family connections to help bail him out of failed ventures in the oil industry.|
|Bang up||To put in prison||قید کرنا|
|He was banged up for drug dealing.|
|Be back||Come back||واپس آنا|
|What time will you be back?|
|Be off||1. To leave a place,
2. something disconnected or it’s not working,
3. something event has been cancelled,
4. to rotten,
|چلے جانا ، خراب ہو جانا|
|1. I’m just off to see the solicitor. I should be back around lunchtime.
2. She’s off to Canada on a business tour.
3. The power was off for about three hour.
4. I think this milk is off.
|Be out||1. Something available to the public,
2. Not to be at home or work
|منظر عام میں آنا ، غیر موجود ہونا|
|1. When is the new magazine out?
2. The manager is out at the moment.
|Be up to||1. Doing or planning something bad.
2. Be doing something.
|بری نیت ہونا|
|1. I’m sure he’s up to no good.
2. To learn more about what she is up to, please visit her blog.
|Beaver away||Work hard||محنت کرنا|
|I have been beavering away on a project all year.|
|Black out||Fain, to lose consciousness||بے ہوش ہونا|
|I blacked out and when I woke up I was in hospital.|
|Blow out||To extinguish match, candle, lamp etc.||بجھادینا|
|I blew out the candles and we ate cake.|
|Blow over||To forget a scandal, problem etc.||بھلا دینا|
|The politician is keeping a low profile until the scandal blows over.|
|Blow up||1. Explode
2. To become angry
3. To exaggerate
4. Fill air in something
|بڑھا کر بیان کرنا، پھٹ جانا ، غصے میں آنا|
|1. Terrorists intended to blow up the parliament when the president was asking there, but police failed the plans.
2. I know to blow up like that was not good but I had been a lot of pressure lately.
3. Don’t blow up like this. I was also present in the party.
4. More volunteers are needed to blow up balloons.
|Blurt out||Say something without thinking such as a new , answer, secret||سوچے سمجھے بغیر بولنا|
|Don’t blurt out answer without thinking.|
|Boil down||1. To boil until nothing remains
2. To produce a summary of something
|1. The water in the kettle has all boiled down.
2. The original program I am boiled down to just twenty minutes.
|Boil over||To boil and flow over||ابل کر گر جانا|
|The milk boiled over.|
|Boot out||To throw somebody out by face||نکال دینا|
|His father booted him out of his house.|
|Boss around||Giving unnecessary order all the time.||روپ جھاڑنا|
|Stop bossing me around, will you?|
|Bounce back||Recover from something unpleasant||حا لات پر قابو پانا|
|The company went bankrupt, but managed to bounce back with a new management.|
|Brass off||To be angry||غصے میں آنا|
|I’m brass off.|
|Break down||Something stop working like car, machine etc.||خراب ہونا|
|The elevators in this building are always breaking down.|
|Break down||To lose control and start crying||روپڑنا|
|When he told her he is not going to marry her, she broke down.|
|Break in||Enter using force or by breaking the law as building, house, grounds.||زبردسستی داخل ہونا|
|An unemployed programmer has been accused of breaking into a large number of their computer.|
|break in||To make someone understand||سمجھانا|
|I’ll bring my wife with me, but this is all new to her so I’ll have to break her in gently.|
|Break off||To put an end to something like agreement, engagement||ختم کرنا|
|I was extremely stunned when Yahya and Faiza broke off their engagement.|
|Break out||To begin suddenly or violently like violence, row, rash, etc.||پھوٹ پڑنا|
|A new epidemic of cholera has broken out.|
|Break out||Escape||بھاگ جانا|
|The two criminals broke out of prison yesterday.|
|Break up||To stop like some fight, quarrel, relationship||ختم ہونا|
|1. Three police man were needed to break up the fight.
2. The meeting broke up around 100’clock.
|Breeze through||To pass exam, test easily||کامیاب ہونا|
|In the dream, I was in classroom, taking some sort of test and I just breezed through it, like it was nothing.|
|Bring about||Make something happen||واقع ہونا|
|This bill will bring about the reform of the pension system in our country.|
|Bring back||1. To return
2. to recall
3. to bring to earlier condition
|1. He brought me back in his car.
2. Looking at the photos brought back a lot of memories of my visit to Islamabad.
3. A week by the sea brought her back to health.
|Bring down||1. To make sb/sth lose power
2. To lower or reduce sth
3. To land an aircraft
|نچلی سطح پر آنا|
|1. The scandal may bring down the government.
2. The government is trying to bring down the inflation rate.
3. The pilot brought his crippled plane down in a field.
|Bring forth||1. To give birth
2. To produce sth
|1. She brought forth a son.
2. Trees bring forth fruit.
|Bring forward||1. To move to an earlier time or date.
2. To propose an idea
|خیال پیش کرنا|
|1. The announcement of the result has been brought forward from 10 may to 3 May.
2. Please bring the matter forward in the next meeting.
|Bring in||ask someone to come and help||مدد کے لیے بلانا|
|My brother has gone to bring in the doctor.|
|Bring in||Introduce sth||پیش کرنا|
|I suggest that you initiate a campaign to bring in some new laws.|
|Bring off||accomplish||مکمل ہونا|
|I’m glad that she brought off a difficult task.|
|Bring round , bring to||Help someone regain consciousness||ہوش میں لانا|
|The doctors are trying hard to bring him round.|
|Build up||To build up muscles or strength and to increase sales, speed, collection etc.
|بہتری پیدا کرنا|
|A little practice will soon build up your confidence.|
|Bump into||To meet somebody by chance||اچانک ملنا|
|I bumped into her one evening, and she invited me down to her home.|
|Butt in||To interrupt somebody||مداخلت کرنا|
|You should be sorry to butt me in my conversation.|
|Butter up||To praise someone excessively||بے جا تعریف کرنا|
|Even if he was just buttering her up, the compliment thrilled her.|