Phrasal Verbs with “Pull” 3 of 4

Phrasal verbs pull 3  As soon as I got home, I pulled off my shirt. I’m sure she will pull off the competition. Let’s pull off at the next rest area and get some food.  she pulled on her sweater and went out. The ship pulls out at 8:00 AM. …

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stiff   not easily bent: a s- collar – thick: a s- dough/paste – painful to move or use: s- neck/muscles not moving freely: a s- door/ drawer – too formal: s- writing/dialogue – cold or friendly: a s- manner harsh or severe: a s- punishment – stubborn: a s- fight – difficult: …

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Synonyms genius  (someone with great mental ability): He is a genius at mathematics. John was a great genius. prodigy (a child having extraordinary talent): She was an infant prodigy, composing music at the age of five. brain (a highly intelligent person): He is in fact one of the best brains …

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Hurry up

Hurry up  There is no time to lose. Shake a leg. What are you waiting for?. Get cracking. Put your skates on. Get a move on. Snap it up. Let’s pick up the pace, Move it, There is no time to wait, so come on let’s go. Step on it, …

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Phrasal verbs with “pull” 2 of 4

Phrasal verbs pull 2  Pull down your jacket, it is cold today. It is easier to pull down than build.  She pulls down over $100.000 a year. The recession is pulling down house prices. The train pulled in at midnight. We should pull in at the next garage to check …

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