Phrasal Verbs with Of
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Phrasal verbs are verb phrases that consist of a verb and one or two particles (such as "off," "on," "in," or "out"). Here are a few phrasal verbs with "of":

  • Take off: To remove or lift off

Example: She took off her coat before sitting down.

  • Get off: To alight from a vehicle

Example: I need to get off at the next stop.

  • Make off: To escape or depart quickly

Example: The thieves made off with the jewels.

  • Put off: To postpone or delay

Example: They put off the meeting until next week.

  • Set off: To start a journey or to cause to begin

Example: We set off early in the morning.

  • Fall off: To drop or detach from a surface

Example: The branch fell off the tree.

  • Cut off: To disconnect or sever

Example: The storm cut off the power.

  • Carry on: To continue or persist

Example: Despite the challenges, they carried on with their work.

These are just a few examples of phrasal verbs with "of." There are many others, and the meanings of these verbs can change depending on the context in which they are used.

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