English Phrasal Verbs List G 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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|Get about, get around|
|1. To travel
2. To become well known
3. Avoid or escape the effects of something
|گھومنا پھرنا ، مشہور ہونا|
|1. She’s getting old; she doesn’t get around as much as she used to.
2. They managed to get around the
|Leave or escape or have a holiday|
|They got away in a stolen car.|
|Get away with|
|Not punished for something wrong you have done|
|غلطلی کی سزا پانا|
|She got away with a fine.|
|I’ll tell her when she gets back.|
|He’s started to exercise. He needs to get his strength back.|
|1. Manage to be something
2. To let something pass
|گزرنے دینا،گزارے لائق ہونا|
|1. When you’re a student, you have to learn to get by with very little money.
2. There were so many people that I couldn’t get by.
|To go in a place|
|Get into the car. We’re leaving.|
|To become involved in mess, trouble, debt, muddle|
|Don’t use your credit card too much or you’ll get into debt.|
|To leave a vehicle|
|سواری سے اتر جانا|
|Just as we got off the bus, it started to rain.|
|To get old|
|I’m getting on a bit now, but I’ve still got all me faculties.|
|1. Make progress in something
2. Continue doing something
|1. How are you getting on with your studies?
2. He wasn’t an easy man to get on with.
|To take place in a bus, train, plane, horse etc.|
|The bus was full, We couldn’t get on.|
|Get on with|
|To have friendly relationship with neighbor, relatives, friends etc.|
|اچھے تعلقات رکھنا|
|We must be helpful to get on with our friend.|
|1. To ask to leave a place
2. Stop being a secret
|نکال دینا ، رازافشا ہونا|
|1. A security guard told him to get out.
2. If ward gets out, it could ruin her career.
|1. Manage to contact someone
2. Pass some exam, test etc.
3. Use or spend something
|1. I couldn’t get through to them on the phone so I emailed them the next day.
2. We’re sure that you will get through our exam.
3. He gets through about thirty cigarettes a day.
|Get through to|
|To make someone understand something|
|It is really very difficult to get through to the pre-school kids.|
|Give something to somebody for free|
|He gave away all his money.|
|Defeated or yielded|
|He’s very stubborn; he won’t give in no matter how much you try to persuade him.|
|To distribute leaflet, food, money, information,|
|Give out the questionnaires and ask students to complete them.|
|Stop something or attempting some activity like chocolate, fatty foods, smoking, job|
|If you want to lose weight, you’ll have to give up eating sweets.|
|خوش لباس ہونا|
|Casual dress is fine, although some of the locals do get glammed up.|
|Not to mentioned something bad|
|تذکرہ نہ کرنا|
|He glossed over painful events and painted a positive picture.|
|Start doing something|
|How did you go about getting this book published?|
|1. To explode or something activated like alarm, bomb, device, gun
2. To go bad
|پھٹ جانا ، خراب ہونا|
|1. The powerful device went off just meters from the market entrance.
2. Put the milk in the fridge or it will go off.
|Stop liking somebody|
|نا پسند کرنا|
|I liked him at the start, but then went off him rapidly.|
|1. Continue doing
2. To happen
|1. He went on speaking for two hours.
2. They have the feeling that there was something fishy going on.
|Talk continuously in a boring and annoying way|
|بری طریقے سے بات کرنا|
|You must be bored hearing me going on about it.|