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Phrasal Verb Thesaurus
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片語動詞 定義 例句
damp * down + 冷靜下來;使 (興趣、熱情等) 降低,抑制 (強烈的情緒等) They tried to damp down the anger over the announcement.
damp * down + 使 (火勢) 減弱 They tried to damp down the flames before the fire spread.
dash off 快速離開 Excuse me, I must be dashing off now, I have an important appointment in five minutes.
dash * off + 草草寫出;揮筆疾書 He dashed off the report in a couple of hours.
dawn on/upon + 開始領悟或明白某事 The truth only dawned on me much later. (很久之後我才明白事實真相)
decide on/upon + 選定;決定 Peter spent a long time looking at flats before he bought one, but eventually decided on one near his work.
die away 逐漸消失 The applause died away after 5 minutes.
die back (植物) 枝葉枯萎 (但根部仍活著) The plant dies back in the winter.
die down 逐漸減弱;逐漸平息 The controversy about the president's affair finally died down.
die for + (都以be dying for 的型態出現) 渴望,迫切想要 I'm dying for the weekend- this week's been so hard.
die off/out 滅絕,絕種,絕跡 Whales are in danger of dying off.
Some scientists say that the dinosaurs died out when a comet hit the earth and caused a nuclear winter.
dig in 開始 (狼吞虎嚥地) 大吃起來 We were starving so we really dug in when the food finally did arrive.
dig into + 伸入某物內部來拿東西 She dug into her handbag and pulled out a bunch of keys.
dig * out + 找出,翻出 (長時間未用或未見之物) I dug out my old university essays.
dig * out + 挖出 They had to dig the survivors of the earthquake out from the ruins.
dig * up + 挖掘 (新聞、秘密或真相);發現 The reporters eventually dug up the truth about the affair.
dig * up + 挖出;挖掉 The police dug up a body.
dig * up + 挖 (路);挖 (洞) They've been digging up the road outside my house.
disagree with + (飲食、氣候等) 使...不舒服;對...不適宜 Spicy food disagrees with me.

dish * out + (= dish up) 端上 (飯菜),把 (飯菜) 端上桌 I dished out the dinner.
dish * out + 隨便給予 (東西、獎品、建議、忠告等);濫發 Doctors have been dishing out viagra to anyone who asks for it.
dish * out + 批評,斥責 (但又不能接受別人反過來的批評) He dishes it out, but gets all hurt when anyone responds.
dish * up + (= dish out) 端上 (飯菜),把 (飯菜) 端上桌 He dished up a great dinner when we got back.
dive in (事先未計畫地) 開始做某事,參與某項活動 When we saw what was happening, we all dived in to help.
dive in 開始吃 Dinner's on the table, so dive in.
divvy * out/up + 分配 (錢財等) The waiters and waitresses divvy out the tips at the end of the night.
We divvied up the money equally.
do away with + 廢除 Some Americans want to do away with the death penalty.
do * out of 騙取 (某人的) (財物等);剝奪 (某人的) (權利、機會等) They lied on the reference and did me out of any chance of getting the job.
do * over + 重做,重寫;重新油漆,重新裝飾 (房間等) You made many mistakes, so I want you to do the report over.
do * up + 修理,修繕;整修,整理 It took them six months to do up the house before they could actually move in.
do without + 將就不用;沒有...也行;無需 I couldn't do without a car in California.
doss about/around 花時間去做但成果很小或毫無成果;虛耗 (時間) I couldn't get down to my work and dossed about all night.
doss down 將就睡;湊合著睡;(在簡陋的地方) 睡。 I was feeling really tired, so I dossed down on his sofa for the night.
doze off 打瞌睡,打盹兒 The movie was a bit boring and I dozed off halfway through.
drag on 拖了;拖得很久;沒完沒了地持續下去 The meeting dragged on for two and a half hours.
draw * back + 後退,退縮 He drew back when the dog barked.
draw * down + 降低層級;減少數量 The administration want to draw down troop numbers as soon as they can.
draw * down + 爭取或取得經費 The college wants to draw down extra funding for IT provision.
draw in (白晝) 漸短;天黑得較早 The nights are drawing in now it's winter.
draw in (火車、公車等) 到站;進站 The train drew in and we got off.
draw into + 使捲入;使涉入;使列入;使加入 I didn't want to take sides because I didn't want to get drawn into their arguments.
draw on (時間) 慢慢地過去 As the lesson drew on, the students started to get bored.
draw on + 吸入 (香菸、雪茄等) 的煙 He drew on his cigarette and coughed.
draw * out + 拖延,拖得很長 The director drew the meeting out with a lengthy speech.
draw * out 使 (害羞的人) 比較外向、活躍或大方 He was so quiet at first, but the teacher managed to draw him out and get him to participate.
draw up (交通工具) 停住,停了下來 The police car drew up alongside him at the red lights and asked him to pull over.
draw * up + 起草;擬定 (計畫、合約等) Let's draw an agreement up before we go any further with this project.
dream of + 想,考慮 (用於否定句) I wouldn't even dream of telling her that.
dream * up + 憑空想出 They dreamed up the scheme for the improvements and it was accepted by the board.
dredge * up + 對 (某人不愉快的往事) 舊事重提或提起 (某人不愉快的往事);重新談到 (不想提起的某人) The newspapers dredged up the details of his affair with his research assistant.
dress * down 嚴厲斥責、訓誡 The mother dressed her son down for skipping school.
dress down 簡便穿著,穿便裝 I am dressing down because we're going to a barbecue by the beach.
dress * up + 裝飾;粉刷 You could dress this house up with some bright colors
dress up 盛裝打扮 She always dresses up at work.
drift apart (思想、感情等) 逐漸疏遠 We were great friends at school but drifted apart when we went to different universities.
drift off 入睡 I was drifting off when the noise disturbed me.
drill down 在電腦中逐層搜尋資料 I really had to drill down to get the answers from the database.
drill * into 反覆教導 The teacher drilled the rules into the students.
drink * up + 喝光;乾杯 Drink up, please; it's closing time.
drive * away + 趕走;驅散 Their unfriendliness drives customers away.
drive * back + 擊退;迫使 (某人) 後退 The invaders were driven back by the army.
The police drove the crowd back to give the rescue workers more space.
drive by 從車上做某事 (如開槍) He was killed in a drive-by shooting.
drive off 驅車離去;用車把 (某人) 送走 She slammed the car door shut and drove  off without saying a word.
drive * out + 驅逐;趕走 The soldiers drove them out of their homes.
drive * up + 提高 (價格);增加 (數量) The market uncertainty has driven prices up.
drone on 嘮嘮叨叨地說個沒完 The minister droned on for an hour and the audience looked increasingly bored.
drop around/round 順便走訪;路過時進去一下 We dropped around to collect the stuff we'd left there last week.
drop * around/round + 運送 I dropped round the things they needed.
drop away (數量) 減少,減小;(質量) 下降 The numbers of people attending began to drop away after a few months.
drop back 落後;落在後面 He stared at the front, but got tired and dropped back as the race went on.
drop by 偶然造訪一下,短暫地造訪,順便進去 He dropped by on his way home from work.
drop in 順便拜訪;順便進去一下 Meg dropped in yesterday after dinner.
drop in on + 順便拜訪;順便進去一下 Let's drop in on Julie since we're driving by her house.
drop * off + 將某人或某物留在某地 I dropped the kids off at school on my way to work.
drop off 睡著,入睡 I dropped off during the play and woke up when it ended.
drop off (數量) 減少,減小 Sales have dropped off in the last few months.
drop out 退出 (某一有組織的活動) Allen isn't on the team any more. He dropped out.
drop out of + 退出 (某一有組織的活動,如退學) It's difficult to get a good job if you drop out of high school.
drop over 偶然造訪;順便拜訪;順便進去一下 Drop over any time you feel like talking.
drop * (someone) in it 使某人陷入麻煩、困境、倒大楣 I really dropped him in it when I told them what he'd done.
drop through 落空,失敗,不能實現 The big scheme he was talking about seems to have dropped through.
drown * in 淹沒;浸沒 They drown the food in sauce.
drown * out + (聲音) 壓過,蓋過 The music drowned out the sound of the phone ringing.
drum * into 強行灌輸,反覆教導 They drum all the traps into you before the test, so you can't go wrong.
drum * out 轟走,開除,強迫某人離職 They drummed the minister out when she was caught lying.
The minister was drummed out of her post for lying. (與 of 連用的被動態比較常用)
drum up + 爭取;招攬 They are trying to drum up support for the referendum.
duck out of + 避開;逃避 (計畫做或答應做的事情) He ducked out of helping us last night.
duff * up + 痛毆,痛打,不斷地毆打 He was duffed up in a night club last night.
dumb * down + 使...過於簡單化;(為了大眾化而) 降低素質 Television has been dumbing down the news for years.
dwell on/upon + 老是惦記著;喋喋不休地談論 The programme dwelled on little other than the scandal.
She dwelt upon the economic situation in her speech.

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