Phrasal Verbs / Group Verbs Word – B

Phrasal Verbs / Group Verbs Word – B

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1. Bear away or off (win): He bore away (off) the first prize.rasal Verbs Group Verbs Word – B  freejobalert freejobalert
2. Bear down on (move quickly towards):  The tiger bore down on its prey.
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3. Bear on (refer to): He did not bear on some of the main aspects of the topic in his speech.
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4. Bear out (confirms; support somebody): The other witnesses will bear out what I say.
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5. Bear up (sustained; cope; manage): Pride bore him up in adversity.

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6. Bear up to (come near to):  The beggar bore up to me and stretched his hands.
7. Bear with (tolerate somebody): I must bear with beaten the door down.
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8. Bed down ( steele for the night): The soldiers bedded down in a barn.

9. Begg off ( ask to be excused from doing something): He promised to attend the meeting but then begged off.
10. Blow out ( melt because the electric current is too strong / be extiguished by the wind ): The fuse blew out and the house was in darkness. or He opened the door and the candle blew out.
11. Blow down / off (move or be moved by the force of mind ): He blew the dust off the book.
12. Blow over ( pass away without having a serious effect ): The storm blew over in the night.
13. Blow  up ( destroy ):  The soldiers blew up the bridge with dynamite. 

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