English Phrasal Verb List C with Hindi and Urdu Translation. This long list of phrasal verb will help you make your English communication skills powerful and more expressive.
|To return a phone call or call again later|
|I’ll call you back as soon as I hear anything.|
|Pay somebody a short visit|
|کسی کے گھر جانا|
|I’ll call in next time you’re in town.|
|Ask somebody , like police or doctor to come and help with a problem|
|مدد کے لیے بلانا|
|The situation got out of hand and the Army had to be called in.|
|Cancel an event|
|It’s too late to call off the ceremony now.|
|Short or announce|
|He called out the result.|
|To telephone somebody|
|Call me up when you get there.|
|She was rude towards him but he was trying to calm her down|
|To behave in a silly way being too excited or angry etc.|
|برا رویہ اختیار کرنا|
|She got carried away in the shop and spent all her money on new dress.|
|It thing carry on the way they are, you’ll lose your job.|
|1. Do a task
2. Review a plan
|1. It’s going to be difficult to carry out that plan.
2. The government is going to carry out their promises.
|To get career, name or reputation by working hard.|
|محنت سے مقام بنانا|
|She’s determined enough to carve out new ways for herself.|
|To become popular like some idea, fashion, concept|
|The idea eventually caught on and became all the rage by the 1980s.|
|To chase somebody or animal to leave a place with threats or by attacking them|
|ڈراکر بھگا دینا|
|A passer-by stopped his car to help and, managed to chase the dog away. No one was bitten.|
|Arrival at reception or check-in desk|
|We checked into the hotel a little after midnight.|
|Check that something is correct|
|You’ve got to check the facts out before you start torturing yourself.|
|Try to feel happier|
|I got the automatic train engine to cheer up my son who bed is stricken due to illness.|
|To discuss something very carefully|
|زیر بحث لانا|
|I can’t imagine Jeffery being the kind of guy to openly argue, but rather chew it over in silence and eventually decide for himself.|
|1. To contribute
2. To interrupt
|1. Local schools students, individuals and community groups have all chipped in to bring this area alive.
2. Some senior Army chipped in to was safe and there was no danger.
|بات کرنے سے انکار کرنا|
|He would clam up when the conversation turned personal.|
|Something disappeared or is removed|
|مطلع صاف ہونا|
|During the night the fog cleared off.|
|1. To tidy & clean or remove dirt
2. To find an answer an explanation for something or settle it
3. Improvement in weather
|صاف کرنا، صفائی پیش کرنا ،صحیح ہونا|
|1. I cleared up the mess in the back garden.
2. 2. I think this misunderstanding will be cleared up soon.
3. The weather is horrible at the moment. I hope it clears up later.
|To admit to be wrong|
|غلطی کا اعتراف کرنا|
|Threek e Arafat and its supporters were eventually forced to|
|To block like arteries, pipe, drain etc.|
|رکاوٹ پیدا کرنا|
|Some types of weed have to be kept in check so that they don’t clog up the pond.|
|To close permanently like some factory, plant, company etc.|
|مستقل چھوڑ دینا|
|They have closed down their factory.|
|To meet someone by chance|
|کسی سے اچانک ملاقات ہونا|
|Not long ago, I came across an old friend from my high school.|
|Find something by chance|
|اچانک کچھ مل جانا|
|I came across a neck less on my way to the market.|
|1. To recover consciousness
2. to pay someone a visit
|کسی سے ملاقات کرنا،ہوش میں آنا|
|1. I had no idea what had happened to me when I came round.
2. I’ll come round to your office later.
|1. To start something
2. To make progress
|1. We had a good chat before the film came on.
2. How’s dinner coming on? I’m starving.
|To recover consciousness|
|ہوش میں آنا|
|When he came to, he was being loaded into an ambulance.|
|To receive all message, money, news etc.|
|As the final result came through, it couldn’t have been any worse.|
|To survive or recover a car crash, crisis etc.|
|My cousin came through a serious car accident last week.|
|1. To mention an issue, point, matter etc.
2. Announcement of job or vacancy.
|1. You’d better make sure you know these verbs became they always come up in the exam.
2. As new jobs come up, we will contact our old students first.
|Come up with|
|To occur a plan, idea, money etc.|
|Let me ponder over, I may with a better idea.|
|1. To be less hot
2. To be less excited
|1. Let food cool down before putting it in the fridge.
2. Let’s discuss this matter later, so that she is cooled down a bit.
|Avoid something or one dose not want to keep one’s promises.|
|وعدے سے پھر جانا|
|I hope Asim would focus on the freedom issue, but he copped out.|
|The health minister said the federal government must eventually cough up more money to the health project.|
|Rely on somebody for support|
|I can count on Junaid for any latest information.|
|To be stricter|
|We need to crack down on youth offenders with heavy penalties and teach them respect for other people.|
|To reduce spending, public, cost budget etc.|
|Kraft Food announced plans to cut back on sugar and fat in some products.|
|To reduce the amount of smoking, cigarettes, luxuries etc.|
|People with diabetes are usually advised to cut down on sugar and sugary foods.|
|To cut a tree, forest etc.|
|کانٹا یا الگ کرنا|
|The tree was damaged in the storm so they had to cut it down.|
|To cut off the supply of electricity or water|
|فراہمی منتقل کرنا|
|Due to non-payment of bills, their electricity was cut off.|