Phrasal Verbs Vocabulary

Phrasal Verbs list O in Hindi and Urdu translation PDF

English Phrasal Verbs List O with Hindi and Urdu Translation for IELTS, TOEFL, PTE, GRE, SPOKEN ENGLISH, CSS PMS, UPSC and other exams.

English Phrasal Verbs List O 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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Ooze out
emerge
ابل  پڑنا
The blood was oozing out from the wound.

 

Open into/onto
to give access to something, to lead to somebody
پہنچنا
The door opens onto the garden.

 

Open out
1.     to become bigger or wider

2.     to spread to become wide

3.     to unfold

کھلنا
1.     The street opened out into a small square.

2.     Open out the discussion so that students can contribute to the discussion using personal experience.

 

Open up
1.     to start or open

2.     to communicate more freely

کھلنا
1.     Freely Police! Open up!

2.     They’re opening up new stores in many parts of the country. After some time, he began to open up a bit.

 

Opt in
choose to join something
چننا
Customers can opt in to the programme at a level that suits them.

 

Opt out
to leave a system or operate independently
انتخاب کرنا
The contract allowed him to opt out after two.

                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Order about, order around
to keep telling somebody to do things
حکم جاری کرتے رہنا
I really dislike about him the way he orders me about.

 

Order out
Allow someone to leave place.
جانے کی اجازت  دینا  
They were ordered out of the office.

 

Order off
Order by the referee to a player to leave the field.
کھلاڑی کو جانے کی اجازت دینا
Due to foul playing, two players were ordered off!

 

Own up
To admit a fault or having done something wrong.
غلطی کا اعتراف کرنا
If any of you will not own up, all the class is to be punished.

 

 

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