Ache for очень хотеть что-нибудь или кого-нибудь
My girlfriends been away for a fortnight I am ACHING FOR her.

Act up вести себя плохо или странно
My computer is ACTING UP, I think I might have a virus.

Answer back отвечать в грубой форме
Her mother was shocked when she started ANSWERING her BACK and refusing to help.

Ask after справляться о чьем-либо здоровье, узнавать как дела
Jenny rang and ASKED AFTER you, so I told her you were fine.

Ask in приглашать домой
Jons at the door. ASK him IN

Ask out приглашать на свидание
He wanted to ASK her OUT but was too shy.

Back off отступать
The police told the protesters to BACK OFF.

Back up сделать копию данных на компьютере
You should always BACK UP important files and documents so that you wont lose all your work.

Back up поддерживать
My husband always BACKS me UP.

Be away быть где-либо, в отпуске.
Shes AWAY on business for three weeks.

Be down быть в депрессии
Hes been DOWN since his girlfriend left him.

Be fed up быть сытым по горло
Im FED UP of his complaints.

Be in быть дома или на работе
They ARE never IN, I always get their answerphone.

Be off испортиться (о еде)
This yoghurt must BE OFF; it smells foul.

Be off уходить, уезжать
Im off home, its 5 oclock.

Be on быть включенным (о механических аппаратах)
The computer IS ON.

Be out отсутствовать
She is OUT on a visit for the day.

Be up проснуться
Shes not UP yet.

Beat up атаковать, нападать
The mugger BEAT him UP and stole his wallet.

Bend over наклониться
I BENT OVER to do my shoes up.

Bitch up испортить, провалить что-либо
I BITCHED UP the interview.

Blow away убить
He grabbed a gun and BLEW the police officer AWAY.

Blow away – впечатлить
His first novel BLEW me AWAY

Book in сделать предварительную бронь
Ill BOOK us IN at the Hilton.

Boss around командовать

Break up заканчивать отношения
Yesterday we decided to BREAK UP.

Break up разбиваться на части
The plate BROKE UP when he dropped it on the floor.

Call after называть кого-либо в чью-либо честь
She was CALLED Rose AFTER her grandmother.

Call back перезванивать
I must CALL her BACK when we get to the office.

Call on навещать, заходить в гости
As we were in the area, we CALLED ON my sister-in-law.

Care for нравиться
I dont CARE FOR fizzy drinks; I prefer water.

Carry on продолжать
CARRY ON with you work until the teacher arrives.

Check in проходить регистрацию в отеле или в аэропорту
They CHECKED IN at the Ritz yesterday.

Check out рассчитываться при выписке из отеля
She CHECKED OUT and took a cab to the airport.

Check out умирать
She CHECKED OUT last week; the funerals tomorrow.

Chill out расслабляться, отдыхать
Im staying at home and CHILLING OUT this evening.

Come across случайно наткнуться, найти
I CAME ACROSS my old school reports when I was clearing out my desk.

Come across согласиться на сексуальные отношения
I was surprised when she CAME ACROSS on the first night.

Come along составить компанию
May I COME ALONG on your trip tomorrow?

Cool down остывать, успокаиваться
It took me ages to COOL DOWN after the argument.

Cry out кричать от боли
He CRIED OUT when he dropped the box on his toes.

Die for хотеть чего-то очень сильно
Im DYING FOR the weekend this week has been so hard.

Dine out ужинать вне дома
We DINED OUT because we didnt want to cook.

Dive in приступать к еде, начинать кушать
Dinners on the table, so DIVE IN.

Double up складываться пополам
He DOUBLED UP in pain after being hit in his stomach.

Dress up наряжаться
Its an informal party so theres no need to DRESS UP.

Drop in неожиданно прийти в гости, без договоренности
I was in the area so I DROPPED IN at the office to see her.

Eat in кушать дома
We didnt feel like going to a restaurant so we ATE IN.

End up сделать что-то незапланированное
We couldnt get tickets to the Egypt so we ENDED UP going to Turkey instead.

Fall down упасть на землю
I slipped on the ice and FELL DOWN.

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