Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs list K in Hindi and Urdu translation PDF

Phrasal Verbs List k with Urdu and Hindi translation PDF Vocabulary for IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, PTE, CSS, UPSC, PPSC, FPSC, IAS, Army, Railway and language exams

English Phrasal Verbs List K 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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Keep at
To continue
جاری رکھنا
I encourage Sara to keep at rowing the boat as we were heading all the competitive board.

 

Keep away
To avoid going somewhere
دور رہنا
Keep away from the fire!

 

Keep back
Control or keep as secret
قابو رکھنا
She was unable to keep back her tears.

 

Keep down
Keep at the low level as prices, noise ,voice ,weight
نچلی سطح پر رکھنا
Keep the noise down; I’m trying to do something work!

 

Keep off
Avoid or stay away from something like grass, the street, alcohol, cigarettes
بچنا
Try and keep of fatty food!

 

Keep on
1.     Continue doing something

2.     Continue wearing or using something

جاری رکھنا
1.     The rain kept on all night.

2.     You can keep your hat on!

 

Keep on at
Continue talking too in a boring or annoying way
بے تکلف بولنا
Keep on at her until she tells you!

 

Keep out
Prevent something or somebody from entering
داخل ہونے سے روکنا
Private property; keep out!

 

Keep to
1.     Avoid wandering from or leaving a path, road

2.     To remain faithful to a promise.

وعدے پر قائم رہنا
1.     I know you don’t like the agreement but we have to keep to it!

2.     Keep to the path; it’s easy to get lost in that part of the mountain.

 

Keep up, keep up with
Continue doing something or remain at the same level.
ایک جیسا رہنا
Keep up the good work!

 

Kick about/around
1.     To move from place to place no particular purpose

2.     To discuss plan, ideas in an informal way

بے مقصد گھومنا پھرنا،سوچنا
1.     He’s been kicking around the vicinity for no reason.

2.     We’ll kick around ideas and make a decision tomorrow.

 

Kick in
Something inwardly
توڑدینا
He is rude enough to kick in the door.

 

Kick off
1.     To start a football match by kicking

2.     To begin a meeting, discussion

3.     To remove something by kicking

شروع کرنا
1.     Kangaroos kicked off and scored immediately.

2.      Let’s kick off with a little bit of music.

3.     Ask my secretary to kick off the discussion.

 

Kit out
To dismiss somebody or send them away
بھیج دینا
They kicked him out of the club for bullying and fighting.

 

Knock off
To finish work
کام ختم کرنا
Yesterday afternoon the guys decided to just knock off early and go bowling.

 

Kick against
To protest or resist something
احتجاج کرنا
There’s no use kicking against the rule.

 

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