English Phrasal Verbs List H with Hindi and Urdu Translation for IELTS, TOEFL, PTE, GRE, SPOKEN ENGLISH, CSS PMS, UPSC and other exams. This long list of phrasal verb will help you make your English communication skills powerful and more expressive.
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|To return something to the person who owns it|
|She handed me back the letter.|
|To give or leave something for someone younger|
|Most of my clothes were handed down to me from my elder brother.|
|To hand over like work, essay, assignment, form|
|You can hand in your homework on Monday.|
|To give something to another person after one has finished with it.|
|Please pass on the magazine to your friend.|
|To distribute like leaflets, books, food|
|He was handing out free tickets for the concert.|
|1. To transfer the authority or power to something
2. To deliver formally
|ذمہ داری سونپنا|
|1. I am resigning as chairman and handing over to my deputy.
2. The rebellions have agreed to hand in their weapons.
|To wait or stay near a place|
|I don’t like you to hang around in the street after dark.|
|To hesitate being nervous|
|Salah knew the answer but hung back for some reason.|
|1. To grip something firmly for support
2. To wait
3. To depend on something
|مضبوطی سے تھامنا|
|1. Hang on a tight, the cord is getting loose.
2. Hang on a minute; I need to talk to you.
3. A lot hangs on this decision.
|To live or spend a lot of time at one place|
|ایک جگہ رہنا|
|He spent his time in Dubai in hanging out at hotels and cafe’s.|
|To finish a phone conversation|
|فون بند کرنا|
|She hung up on me.|
|To finish using something for the last time|
|آخری دفع استعمال کرنا|
|Fatima has hanged up this swimming costume.|
|To appear before court or authority for punishment|
|سزا کے لیے پیش کرنا|
|He was hauled up before the magistrate for dangerous driving.|
|To dislike somebody /something for a particular reason|
|نا پسند کرنا|
|What made yoy dislike Ahmed? He’s always been good to you.|
|To have a supply of food at one’s home|
|Have we got enough food in?|
|1. Be wearing something
2. To be carrying something in pocket etc.
|1. Rameen was having a brown jacket on.
2. I’m having no money on me.
|To carry something|
|Have you got your document/passport with you?|
|1. To allow someone to return after having left
2. To receive something back
|1. It so nice to have you back, my friend.
2. Ask Ali to have his file back after an hour.
|To be likely to result in a particular situation|
|She’s heading for trouble.|
|To get in front of something/somebody to turn them|
|Police was called to head off an angry mob.|
|To act in order to prevent something happening|
|We are trying hard to head off this quarrel.|
|To hesitate to act or speak being afraid|
|She held back knowing how to tell the terrible news of their mother’s sudden death.|
|To prevent the progress or development|
|I think teaching all the students using this technique holds the brighter student back.|
|1. To stop expressing or revealing emotion
2. To refuse or keep a secret
|جذبات پر قابو پانا|
|1. The prisoner was sent on a physical remand for holding some important information back.
2. He bravely held back his tear.
|1. To keep something down or at a low level
2. To keep a job going for a certain period of time
|نچلی سطح پر ہونا|
|1. The rate of inflation must be held down.
2. He was unable to hold down a job after his paralysis attack.
|Please hold on a moment|
|All our lines are busy, but please hold on.|
|1. To delay or block the movement or progress
2. To use or present something/somebody as an example
3. To rob something using force or threat
|1. The march held up traffic in the city Centre but there was no trouble or arrests.
2. She’s always holding up her children as models of behaviour.
3. Armed robbers held up the bank and escaped with Rs.2000000
|Hurry up! We’re going to be late.|
|Prevent the public from knowing some information, new etc.|
|The government hushed the affair up to avoid a public outcry.|