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Phrasal verbs starting with T English lesson


What will I learn from the English lesson phrasal verbs starting with T?

This lesson you will learn the meaning of some of the phrasal verbs beginning with T 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 T

take aback: I was taken aback when I heard Sue married Tom.

take after:  Peter takes after his father, he's very tall.

take away: Mary took away a knife from her child.

take back: Adam took his new trousers back as he discovered a flaw on them.

take back: I admit that I was wrong about Helen. I take back everything I said about her.

take in: She was taken in by his lofty promises.

take off: When I was young I loved watching planes take off.

take off: She is really good at taking her teacher off.

take off: He was so tired that he didn’t even take his clothes off.

take on: Our company wants to take on two new programmers.

take out: He had his tooth taken out.

take-over: I wonder who will take over from me when I'm on long holiday.

take to: I took to her the moment I saw her smile.

take up: Sue's taken up basketball recently.

tell apart: They ceased fire as it was too dark to tell allies apart from enemies.

tell off:  He told me off for not being ready with the project yet.

throw away: When will you finally throw away this old coat?

throw in: If you buy this coat, madam, we will throw the gloves in.

touch down: The plane touched down safely and on time.

track down: They managed to track down that stolen jewellery from the Royal collection.

traffic in: They were charged with trafficking in drugs.

trigger off: This street fight may trigger off more serious events.

try on: Try on the red blouse, I think it suits better.

try out: We're trying out a new computer system in our company.

turn back: After two days we had no money and had to turn back.

turn down: Mark asked Susan to marry him but she turned him down.

turn in/into: You wouldn't recognize her - she has turned into a dedicated women rights fighter.

turn off:  Turn off the radio please, I'd like to read.

turn on: Turn on the TV, the game starts in few minutes.

turn out: It turned out that we've bought the same skirt.

turn to: He turned to the judge to postpone the date of the trial.

turn up: He disappeared as quickly as he had turned up.

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