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Phrasal Verbs in English/ İngilizce

 

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Get across: to manage to make someone understand or believe something

  : anlatmak, aktarmak, açıklamak

  : This is the message that we want to get across to the public.

 

Get along with : If two or more people get along, they like each other and are friendly to each other

: Anlaşmak, iyi geçinmek

:I don't really get along with my sister's husband.

 

Get at    When someone is getting at something, they mean it or are trying to express it

: Kastetmek, demek istemek,  ima etmek

What do you think the poet is getting at in these lines?

 

Get awayto leave or escape from a person or place, often when it is difficult to do this

: Kaçmak, kurtulmak

We walked to the next beach to get away from the crowds.

 

Get by    : to be able to live or deal with a situation with difficulty

: geçinmek, idare etmek, becermek, yapabilmek

How can he get by on so little money?

 

Get in / into : to enter

     : girmek, içeri girmek, arabaya binmek

     : How did the burglar get into the house?

Get overto get better after an illness, or feel better after something or someone has made you unhappy

: İyileşmek, atlatmak, üstesinden gelmek

It took him years to get over the shock of his wife dying.

 

Get off  : to leave a place, a train, bus or aircraft

      : ayrılmak, inmek

If we can get off by seven o'clock, the roads will be clearer.

 

Get on    to go onto a bus, train, aircraft or boat

: binmek

I think we got on the wrong bus.

 

Get on (well): have a good relationship

: geçinmek, anlaşmak, iyi ilişki kurmak

get on very well with my colleagues.

 

Get on withto continue doing something, especially work

     : - e devam etmek

     :  Be quiet and get on with your homework.

 

Get out   to leave a closed vehicle, building, etc

: Ayrılmak, gitmek, defolmak

How did he get out of the house?

 

Get out of: to avoid doing something that you do not want to do, especially by giving an excuse

: Kurtulmak, -den dışarı çıkmak, kaçınmak, uzak durmak.

If I can get out of going to the meeting tonight I will.

 

Get rid ofto remove or throw away someone/something unwanted

: Kurtulmak, itenmeyen bir şeyden / birinden kurulmak

I used weedkiller to get rid of the weeds in the garden.

 

Get togetheran informal meeting or social occasion, often arranged for a particular purpose

: Buluşmak, toplanmak, biraraya gelmek

Let's get together for lunch on day.

 

Get up   :  rise, leave bed

: Kalkmak, yataktan kalkmak

Ahmet usually gets up at 7 o'clock.

 

Give up to stop doing something before you have finished it, usually because it is too difficult

: Vazgeçmek, bırakmak, pes etmek, teslim olmak

I've given up trying to help her.

 

Give in     :to finally agree to what someone wants, after refusing for a period of time

: Teslim olmak,boyun eğmek, yenilgiyi kabul etmek

He nagged me so much for a new bike that eventually I gave in.

 

Go back on:  to fail to keep a promise, or to change a decision or agreement

 : Sözünden dönmek, caymak

She's gone back on her word and decided not to give me the job after all.

 

Go offIf a bomb goes off, it explodes

          : If a gun goes off, it fires

  : If a light or a machine goes off, it stops working

  : If food or drink goes off, it is not good to eat or drink any more because it is too old

: Patlamak, bozulmak, çalışmamak

The bomb went off at midday.

:His gun went off accidentally.



Grow up to gradually become an adult

: Büyümek, gelişmek, boy atmak

I grew up in Trabzon.

 

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Hand back:to return something to the person who gave it to you

: geri vermek

The police officer checked my licence, then handed it back

 

Hand in  I've decided to hand in my resignation

: vermek, sunmak, teslim etmek

:I've decided to hand in my resignation

 

Hand outto give something to each person in a group or place

: dağıtmak, vermek

The teacher asked her to hand out the worksheets.

 

Hang out The teacher asked her to hand out the worksheets.

: Takılmak, gezmek, arkadaşla takılmak, dolaşmak

:Where does he hang out these days?

 

Hang up to end a telephone conversation

: Telefonu kapamak

Let me speak to Ahmet Haşim before you hang up.

 

Hit backto attack or criticize someone who has attacked or criticized you

: karşılık vermek, misilleme yapmak

:When he was attacked by the others, the boy hit back.

 

Hold on  : to wait for a short time

: beklemek, dayanmak

Hold on, I'll check in my diary.

 

Hurry up : to move or do things more quickly than normal 

: Acele etmek, hızlanmak

:Hurry up or we'll miss the train.

 

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Iron out  : to remove problems or find solutions

: Çözüme ulaştırmak, sorunu/ problemi gidermek

We're still trying to iron out some problems with the computer system.


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