Phrasal verbs starting with R English lesson
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This lesson you will learn the meaning of some of the phrasal verbs beginning with R that you might not understand. The lesson is to be used to help you understand the meanings when you come across phrasal verbs you don't understand.
** Warning please don't try and memorise all of the phrasal verbs listed use as a reference when you need to understand what they mean **
Phrasal verbs beginning with R
ramble on: I almost fell asleep when he started rambling on about his childhood.
reach out: Could you reach out to press this button, please.
read out: Now I will read out the names of our competition winners.
reduce to: do Their accusations reduced her to tears.
refer to: In his academic writing he always refers to Professor Johnson's research.
refer to: Refer to user's handbook if you have any problems with the programme.
relate to: This book relates to the case of JFK's assassination.
rely on/upon: He relies on her common sense in situations like this one.
remind of: She reminds me of a girl I knew years ago.
resort to: To gain their goals they even resorted to violence.
result in: His negligence resulted in severe health problems.
ring back: She can't talk at the moment, can you ring back later?
ring up: Ring me up in the evening.
round down: They rounded it down to one hundred pound.
round up: Round it up to fifty pounds, please.
rub out: You can write in pencil so if anybody wants to correct something just rub it out and write once again.
rule out: The police had ruled him out as a suspect.
run across: She run across her old love when she was buying present for her husband.
run away: Run away or they'll beat you up.
run down: The press will run the Congress down for passing this bill.
run into: You won't believe whom I ran into this morning!
run into: You'll run into problems if you take this case.
run out: We've run out of the paper for printing. Times running out, we've got only 3 minutes left. I ran out of butter in the morning so I had to go shopping.
run up: I ran up to him and gave him a hug.
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