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Phrasal verbs

brush up on practise and improve your skills or knowledge
come (a)round to change your opinion because someone persuaded you
come up with think of sth such as an idea or a plan
face up to accept sth and deal with it
figure out discover, understand
hit upon suddenly have an idea, discover by chance
make out understand sth with difficulty, suggest, imply
mull over think about sth carefully for a long time
piece together learn the truth by considering all the info
puzzle out solve a complicated problem
read up (on/about) get info by reading
swot up (on) study very hard
take in understand and remember, accept sth as real or true, trick sb into thinking sth that is not true
think over consider a problem carefully
think through consider the facts in an organised way
think uo invent, imagine
Created by: cray36