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Phrasal time&change

phrasal verbs about time and change (CEF-B2)

TermDefinition
bring back sth./bring sth. back reintroduce
bring up sb./bring sb. up raise children
call off sth./call sth. off cancel
carry on (doing sth.) continue
come back (from somewhere) return
fall behind (with sth.) fail to produce sth. at the right time
get back (to somewhere) return somewhere
get on (in life) advance, make progress
get down to sth. finally start doing sth.
give up (doing sth.)/give sth. up stop doing sth. (often bad)
go ahead (with sth.) begin to do sth. planned or promised
go through (sth.) experience a difficult time
grow up develop from child to adult
hold on wait
hold sth./sb. up delay sth./sb.
keep sb. up delay sb. from going to bed
put sth. off/put off sth. postpone
set off start a journey
stay up go to bed later than usual
take up sth./take sth. up to start learning sth.
Created by: sebaavila