English Phrasal Verbs List I 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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|1. To give support to something /somebody
2. To have same characteristics, problem somebody
|1. He refused to identify himself with the new political party.
2. I found it hard to identify with any of the characters in this story book.
|To waste time|
|وقت ضائع کرنا|
|Don’t idle away your time in watching T.V.|
|To have effect on something|
|These trends are likely to impact on international trade flows.|
|To press something hard on a surface, To fix something firmly in somebody’s mind.|
|The kids could clearly see the giant elephant’s foot prints imprinted in the sand.|
|Get rid of a problem or find an answer for it.|
|حل تلاش کرنا|
|They managed to iron out all the problems with the new production process.|
|Someone to come in|
|They were not expected her but invited her in for a cup of tea and a chat.|
|Ask someone to go with you for a meal, to see a show etc.|
|I invited her out again, and she said she really wanted to go dancing.|
|To distract somebody, to prevent someone from doing something.|
|Don’t interfere with him while he’s working.|
|Interfere with something|
|1. To get in the way of or prevent something from being done
2. To handle, adjust something without permission
|بغیر اجازت چھیڑنا|
|1. Nothing is allowed to interfere with Danial’s golf!
2. Who’s been interfering with my computer? It’s fluctuating.
|To buy something expensive but useful|
|کار آمد چیزلینا|
|I’m thinking to invest in a new car.|
|To cause somebody/something to have a particular quality|
|It was a match heavily invested with drama, courage and skill.|
|Desperately want to have something or do something|
|She’s just returned from a hunting trip in the Himalayas, and she’s itching for a new challenge.|