English Phrasal Verbs List E with Hindi and Urdu Translation. This long list of phrasal verb will help you make your English communication skills powerful and more expressive.
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|To be less intense like pain, rain, snow, etc.|
|کم ہو جانا|
|1. The pain eased off after he took the table.
2. I think the snow’s easing up a bit.
|To leave a job or place|
|1. He was eased out of his job after the allegation.
2. It took death to ease him out of office.
|To destroy by eating or by chemical action|
|1. Pollution has eaten away the stonework.
2. The metal was eaten away by the acid.
|Eat at home|
|Gillani has changed his habits, now he often eats in.|
|Eat in a restaurant|
|گھر سے باہر جا کر کھانا|
|1. I’m too tired to cook; why don’t we eat out tonight?
2. She really enjoys eating out.
|کھانا ختم کرلینا|
|1. Eat up children!
2. Eat up your vegetable!
|Encourage to do something silly.|
|1. They egged him on to drink some more juices.
2. They egged him on until he finally jumped.
|To make ration, pension, food, income, last longer|
|The land is arid and dry so I imagine it’s difficult to eke out a living.|
|End or stop something after a series of events.|
|1. You’ll end up in prison if you go on like that.
2. He ended up homeless.
|Give an excuse to avoid blame.|
|صفائی پیش کرنا|
|1. She tried to explain away the situation, but he police knew she was guilty.
2. I don’t know how I’m going to explain that away.