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Phrasal Verb Thesaurus
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face * off + 面臨,遭遇 The company faced off the competition.
face up to + 敢於面對、承擔或對付 I'll never be able to face up to my colleagues after getting so drunk last night at the work party.
Many people find it hard to face up to the fact that they are getting old.
faff about/around 優柔寡斷;猶豫不決 She told him to stop faffing about/around and make his mind up.
fall about 放聲大笑 We fell about when we heard what she'd done.
fall apart 破碎,破裂;情緒崩潰 The box fell apart when I picked it up.
fall back 撤退 The army fell back after losing the battle.
fall back on + (退而求其次地) 使用;(轉而) 依靠 Yuki can fall back on her degree in biology if she doesn't succeed in her acting career.
It was good to have some money in the bank to fall back on when I lost my job.
fall behind 落後 Hurry up or you will fall behind!
I was ill for a week and fell behind with my work.
fall behind in + 落後 Cheryl has missed several days of school and now she is falling behind in her homework.
fall down 跌倒;倒塌 I slipped on the ice and fell down.
fall down 有弱點,無說服力 The argument falls down when you look at how much it'll cost.
fall for + 愛上 (某人或某物) He fell for her the moment their eyes met.
fall for + 受...所騙,上...當;對...信以為真 He fell for my story and allowed me yet another extension for the submission of my thesis.
fall in 倒塌;塌陷 The ceiling fell in hurting a lot of people.
fall into + 開始做某事 I just fell into my job when an opportunity came up.
fall off (數量等) 下降,減少 Interest in the project fell off when they realized it wouldn't be profitable.
fall out 掉頭髮 He's started getting worried about baldness because his hair is falling out rather quickly.
fall out 爭吵,吵架 They fell out over the decision and hardly speak to each other any more.
fall out with + 爭吵,吵架 I had a falling out with my sister last month and we haven't talked to each other since.
fall over 摔倒,跌倒;被...絆倒 I slipped on the ice and fell over.
fall through 失敗;不能實現,落空 Unfortunately, my trip to Indonesia fell through because I couldn't save enough money.
fall under + 受到 (影響、支配等) At first he was independent, but then he fell under their influence.
farm * out + 把 (工作) 包出去;把 (幼兒) 寄托或寄養出去 The company wants to farm out their maintenance.
fart about/around 浪費時間做沒有意義的事情 The manager was angry because the staff were farting about.
We were really bored in the lecture so we started farting around.
fasten * down + 使固定;釘牢 We fastened it down to keep the wind from blowing it away.
fasten on/upon + 抓住或捉牢 (某物) 不放 (加以利用) They have fastened on the speech as a source of inspiration.
fasten onto + 緊跟某人 (通常是在某人不想被跟隨時) He fastened onto the minister on his visit and asked him repeatedly about the scandal.
fasten onto + 抓住或捉牢 (某物) 不放 (加以利用) They fasten onto any figures that they think can support their case.
fasten * up + 關牢,扣緊;拴住,繫牢,釘牢 Fasten up your seatbelts.
fathom * out + 徹底瞭解 (情況);弄清...的真相 I couldn't fathom out what she wanted from me.
fatten * up + 把 (人或動物) 養肥 They fatten the cows up before slaughtering them.
fawn on/over + (諂媚地) 巴結,奉承,討好 He's always fawning on his boss to try to get promoted.
She fawned over the inspectors in the hope that they would give her a good grade.
feed off + 以...為食 The gecko feeds off mosquitoes and other insects.
feed off + 利用...來獲利或獲益 He feeds off people's fear of crime to get them to support his proposals.
feed on/upon + 因...而有力量或日益壯大 The opposition party's feeding on the government's weaknesses.
feed on/upon + 以...為食;用...餵養 The bats feed on insects.
feed * up 給予 (某人) 充分的食物 (以使其恢復健康或變得強壯等等) She's been ill for a fortnight so we're feeding her up.
feel * up + 猥褻 (女性), 下流地撫摸 (女性) She sued her boss for sexual harassment after he felt her up.
feel up to + 承擔得了;吃得消;有精力去做 (某事);覺得能 (做某事) I don't feel up to going out tonight because I had a long day at work.
fence * in + 用柵欄圍起;用籬笆圍起 They fenced the whole garden in.
fence * off + 用柵欄隔開;用籬笆隔開 They fenced off one side of the park to keep dogs out.
fend for + 照顧 (自己) The children had to fend for themselves after their parents died.
fend * off + 防止,避免;對付 (危機、災難或其他不好的事情) He managed to fend off the criticism in the press.
fend * off + 擋開,推開,避開 She fended off the dog when it attacked her.
ferret * out + 搜索出,探尋出;查獲,偵察出 The investigation finally managed to ferret out the truth.
fess up (不情願地) 承認,招認,供認,坦承 The company fessed up after they were exposed in the newspapers.
fess up to + (不情願地) 承認,招認,供認,坦承 They fessed up to the crime.
fiddle about/around with + (with 後面接名詞) 浪費時間做 (某事) We spent the whole afternoon fiddling about with the computer but couldn't get it to work.
I fiddled around with the phone but couldn't get any signal.
fiddle * away + 浪費 (時間) He fiddled away the whole afternoon.
fight back 抵抗;防衛 The army attacked the town and the inhabitants fought back fiercely.
fight * back + 忍住,抑制住 (眼淚、笑等) He tried to fight back the tears when he heard the news of her death.
fight it out + 一決雌雄;戰鬥、爭論或競爭到底 Their fighting it out to see who will become the next CEO.
fight * off + 擊敗,擊退 The old lady managed to fight the muggers off and they didn't get her purse.
fight * off + 對抗 (疾病) 或克服 (情緒) I'm fighting off a cold.
figure on + 預期,預計;打算 Where do you figure on living when you move to the the U.S.A.?
figure * out + 理解,想出 I finally figured the joke out. Now I understand why everybody was laughing.
figure * up + 計算 I need to figure my expenses up before I give you an estimate.
file * away + 歸檔 I filed a copy of the letter away for my records.
file for + 向法院申請 (離婚、宣布破產等) They filed for divorce after two years of marriage.
fill * in + 填上 ,填寫 (申請表等) Don't forget to fill in all the blanks on the application.
fill in 臨時補 (某人) 的缺;暫時代理 Who is going to fill in while you're gone?
fill in for + 臨時補 (某人) 的缺;暫時代理 Miguel filled in for me at the meeting yesterday because I was sick.
fill * in on 給 (某人) 資料;讓 (某人) 知道某事 I'm sorry I missed the meeting; could you fill me in on what happened.
fill * out + 填上 ,填寫 (申請表等) I filled out an application to rent the apartment last week.
fill out 成熟;乳房長大了 Now that you're filling out honey, we need to get you a bra.
fill * up + 裝滿,充滿,加滿 Fill the car up with unleaded gas, please.
filter into + 慢慢走入 The students filtered into the exam room.
filter * out + 濾除,過濾掉 It filters out all the impurities and chemicals in tap water so that it tastes better.
filter out of + 慢慢走出 People began to filter out of the theater.
find * out + 發現;揭發 You will never find out all my secrets!
find out 發現 Vicky's parents are going to be so mad when they find out she got a tattoo.
finish * off + 完成,結束;吃光 They finished off all the chocolates and had to go to convenience stores to buy some more.
fire away 開始問;開始說 What do you want to know? fire away and I'll tell you.
fire * off + 連續開砲,射擊 The police fired off several rounds and killed the man.
fire * off + 連續地寄出許多 (信件、電子郵件等) 或憤怒地寄出 (信件、電子郵件等) He fired off an email complaining about the report.
fire up + 啟動 (電腦);發動 (引擎) You must fire up the computer and go online to use the search engine.
firm * up + (在談判或討論中) 使事情更清楚明白 We need to firm up some aspects of the contract before we sign it.
fish for + 拐灣抹角地打聽或使某人說某事 He's always fishing for compliments.
fish * out + 從 (袋子、口袋等) 掏出,摸出 She reached into her handbag and fished some coins out.
fish * out + 從水中 (如海裡、河裡、湖裡等) 把 (某人、某物) 撈起來 It's fallen in the pool- I'll have to fish it out.
fit in 適應;適合;(跟...) 合得來 I didn't fit in with the other people working there so I left and found another job.
fit * in + (有足夠的時間) 應付,處理,做某事;(有足夠的空間) 可以容納,裝得下 I didn't have time to fit in another appointment.
fit into + (使) 適合,(使) 符合 Their ideas didn't fit into our plans.
fit * up + 陷害;給 (某人) 羅織罪名 The police fitted him up for dealing drugs.
fit * up 裝備,裝設 They fitted us up with the latest IT.
fix * up + 修復,裝修,翻新 (房子) My neighbors are fixing their house up.
fix * up + 安排;為...作安排 He fixed up an appointment for me to see a specialist.
fizzle out 最終失敗;終成泡影;毫無結果 (尤指順利開始以後) The campaign started well, but fizzled out when they ran out of money.
flag * down + 揮旗或揮手示意...停車 (或...車停下來);招手攔 (車) The police officer flagged the car down because it didn't have its headlights on.
flag * up + 提出 (某問題);凸顯 (某問題的重要性) We should flag up working conditions at the meeting.
flake out 累得睡著了;(因疲倦而) 很快入睡 I worked till midnight then flaked out.
flame out (公司、企業等) 倒閉 The company flamed out in the recession.
flame up 熊熊燃燒;燒得更旺 The wood flamed up in the fire.
flare out 突然發怒 He flared out when he saw the dreadful report.
flare up (不好的事情) 突然爆發 The argument flared up when he was rude to them.
flesh * out + 為...補充細節或添加資料 The recent government report fleshed out the draft proposals.
flick over 快速翻頁;快速轉台 (轉換電視頻道) She flicked over to see if the news had started.
flick through + 快速轉台 (轉換電視頻道) I flicked through the channels to see if there was anything worth watching.
flick through + 快速翻閱某物 I flicked through the magazine and decided to buy it.
flip * off + 比中指 When the police were walking away, he flipped them off.
flip out 欣喜若狂 He flipped out when he won the final.
flip through + 快速翻閱 (書籍、雜誌等);快速轉台 (轉換電視頻道) I flipped through the latest issue of the magazine in the shop and decided to buy it.
flog * off + 廉價出售 (某物) The council flogged off the land cheaply to a developer who had close links to a few of the councilors.
floor it 開快車;加足油門飆車 She floored it when the police arrived.
flounce off 氣呼呼地離開、走開或走出去 He flounced off when they laughed at him.
flounce out 氣呼呼地離開 He flounced out when the press started criticizing him.
fly about/around (消息、謠言等) 迅速傳播、流傳 The rumor has been flying about for the past week, but no one has confirmed it.
There are a lot of stories flying around about her past.
fly at + 攻擊,撲向 (某人、某動物) The dog flew at the cat when it came into the garden.
fly at + 怒斥,責備 (某人) He flew at them for not trying hard enough.
fly by (時間) 飛逝 As I get older, the years just fly by.
fly into + (喜、怒等情緒) 突然發作 He flew into a rage.
fob * off + 搪塞 I'm tired of being fobbed off.
fob * off + 欺騙 (某人);對 (某人) 說謊 He fobbed us off with a really stupid excuse.
fob * off on 用 (假貨、劣質品) 欺騙 (某人) The salesperson fobbed the faulty machine off on the lady.
fob * off onto 用 (假貨、劣質品) 欺騙 (某人) I fobbed the fake note off onto a shopkeeper.
fob * off with 用 (假貨、劣質品) 欺騙 (某人);用 (藉口) 搪塞 (某人) The salesperson fobbed the lady off with a faulty machine.
focus on + 集中 (注意力於) The report focuses on the company's weak points.
fold * up + 折起,折疊 Michael folded up the letter and put it in an envelope.
follow on 跟著來;緊接著 He left an hour ago and I'll be following on soon.
follow on from + 跟著來;緊接著 The next part of the play follows on from the discovery of the murder in the first act.
follow through 貫徹到底;(把...) 進行到底 The project went wrong when the staff failed to follow through.
follow * up + 追查;追究 The police didn't follow up the allegations.
follow * up + (with) 採取後續行動;補充 (以達到目的);跟進 The salesmen usually follow up a letter with a visit.
fool about/around 閒蕩;鬼混;混日子 The teacher was angry because the class were fooling around.
fool about/around (with) 和...亂搞男女關係;與...鬼混 She suspects her husband is fooling around with one of her friends.
forge ahead 穩步發展;進展順利 We've been forging ahead with the work and should be finished well before the deadline.
forge ahead 快速前進 She forged ahead of the other runners and won.
freak * out + (使) 大發雷霆;(使) 大吃一驚;(使) 極為恐懼;(使) 極度興奮 She freaked out completely when she didn't get the grades to get into university.
freeze * out + 不讓...參加,排擠,排斥 They tried to freeze me out of the conversation.
freeze * out + 迫使退出、離職;逼走 After John was frozen out of the case, they hired a new lawyer.
freeze over (湖泊、河流等水域) 結冰;冰封 The winter was very severe and the lake froze over.
freeze up 凍結;凍住了 The pipes all froze up so no water came through.
freeze up (機器零件) 故障沒有作用了, 不能運轉了 The gears had frozen up.
freeze up (電腦) 當機 The computer froze up; it showed me the blue screen of death and I couldn't reboot.
freeze up (因緊張而) 呆住,發楞;(因怯場或害怕而) 講不出話來 We froze up when we heard the window break.
freshen up 梳洗 (一下) I'm going to the bathroom to freshen up before they arrive.
freshen * up + 添 (酒) Here, let me freshen up your drink.
freshen * up + 使清新;使潔淨;使煥然一新 The magazine gives you tips on how to freshen up your home cheaply.
front for + 為...作掩護;為...作幌子;代表某人以掩護其非法活動 The solicitor fronts for a number of criminal gangs.
front * off + 對峙;對抗 The two guys fronted each other off, but someone managed to calm them down before it got out of hand.
front onto + (建築物) 面向,朝向 My house fronts onto the main square.
front * out + 面對 (某人) 來迎戰批評或攻擊 He accused her of lying, but she fronted him out.
front * up + (購買某物前) 預付 (款項) She fronted up the money we needed.
frown on/upon + 對...表示不悅/不滿;不贊成;反對 He frowns on people making personal calls at work.
My mother has always frowned upon spending money needlessly.
fuel up (給車輛) 加油 We stopped to fuel up before the car ran out.

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