Frequently, phrasal verbs can have more than one meaning. In the examples we’ve chosen, you can sometimes find the most common and well-known meaning while other times we use the more obscure one. In any case, you can always find an example sentence in English and the translation into five different languages. We’ve also included other meanings when they are useful or necessary to fully understand the phrasal verb.
The Cambridge Phrasal Verbs Dictionary covers around 6,000 phrasal verbs current in British, American and Australian English. Clear explanations and guidance help learners master this difficult yet essential aspect of the English language.
Phrasal Verbs: Explanations and practice tests .A phrasal verb is a combination of a verb with a preposition or particle. Look up, break down and work out are examples of phrasal verbs. Phrasal verbs are difficult to learn and this app provides explanations, examples and practice tests to help you.
After the successful launch of The Phrasal Verb Machine, comes Phrasalstein, the definitive app to help you lose your fear of the horrifying phrasal verbs once and for all. This time around, our star is Doctor Phrasalstein who, with the help of his friends, will teach us 100 phrasal verbs using animations inspired by the classic “horror movie” genre, with a touch of humour and irony.
VerbBusters is a complete set of reference and practice materials for learning the English irregular verbs. It provides a quiz type activity on six levels of difficulty, bilingual verb lists and a searchable database of almost 180 verbs, with audio files to help with pronunciation.