Phrasal Verb Thesaurus
|gad about/around||漫遊，遊蕩，閒逛||I spent the afternoon gadding around looking for some books.|
|gang up||結夥拉幫；一夥人結合起來對抗某人或某事||They ganged up to try to stop the new system|
|gang up on +||欺侮；強凌弱||They ganged up on him because of the way he spoke.|
|gear to +||(為特定目的、觀眾等) 安排 (某事物) (通常用被動態)||It's not geared to non-specialists.|
|gear towards +||(為特定目的、觀眾等) 安排 (某事物)；(使) 適合 (通常用被動態)||
The project is geared towards older
The museum is geared towards children.
|gear up||為 (行動) 做好準備；為旺季做好準備||The shops are gearing up for the New Year sales.|
|geek out||詳盡地談論電腦或與電腦相關的事物||John always geeks out at parties and bores all the people who don't know much about computers.|
|get about||到過許多地方||I get about a lot with my job- last years I visited eleven countries.|
|get about||(消息等) 傳開||It didn't take long for the news to get about- everyone's talking about it.|
|get about||四處走動，往來各處||She can't get about much, but she is in her eighties.|
|get about||跟許多人有個人關係或性關係||She gets about a bit; she's always with some new guy.|
|get above +||自高自大 (這片語通常用進行式，後面接反身代名詞)||She's been getting above herself since she got promoted.|
|get * across||(使) 被理解；(使) 被接受；(使) 講清楚||
It's difficult to get
humor across in another language.
I just couldn't get my message across at the meeting.
|get across +||(使) 橫過馬路||It's impossible to get across the road with all this traffic.|
|get * across||(使) 越過水域等||How are we going to get these bags across the river?|
|get across to +||使 (人) 信服；使 (人) 留下良好印象||How can I get across to my audience?|
|get after +||纏著 (某人) 不放；一再要求 (某人) (做某事)||You should get after them to finish the work.|
|get after +||追捕，追趕||Get after her and give her the message before she leaves the building.|
|get ahead||前進；成功；長進||I can't get ahead even though I work two jobs.|
|get ahead of +||勝過；超越||You need to work overtime in order to get ahead of schedule.|
|get along||和睦相處；合得來||Do you and your sister get along?|
|get along with +||和睦相處；合得來||Giovanna doesn't get along with her two brothers.|
|get around||和許多人有私交或性關係||He gets around a bit; he's always with some new girlfriend.|
|get around/round||(消息等) 傳播出去，傳開來||It didn't take long for the news to get around once it got into the newspapers.|
|get around/round||到處旅行；四處走動||It's easy to get around the city with public transportation.|
|get around/round +||說服，勸說 (某人) (做某事)||She didn't want to accept my application because it was late, but I managed to get around her.|
|get around/round +||逃避，迴避，規避||Some people get around paying taxes by hiring a good accountant.|
|get around/round to +||抽時間做某事||It always takes me ages to get around to replying to letters.|
|get at +||批評，責備||His boss is always getting at him for arriving late.|
|get at +||意指，意思是；打算||What do you think she's getting at? I've no idea what she wants.|
|get at +||可觸及；可拿到||It's on the top shelf and I can't get at it.|
|get at +||賄賂，收買||The gangsters got at the jury, who found them not guilty of all charges despite the evidence presented in court.|
|get away||逃跑，逃脫，逃離 (案發現場)||The bank robbers got away.|
|get away||離開 (某處)；脫身||He didn't come because he was stuck at work and couldn't get away.|
|get away||休假，放假||We love to get away from everything and relax in the country.|
|get away from +||離開；擺脫；脫身||Work's getting on top of me; I need to get away from it.|
|get away with +||做了違反規定或違法的事情而未被發覺或受到處罰||My sister gets away with everything!|
|get away with +||完成某事 -- 儘管作法不正確或不恰當||Do you think we could get away with using the cheaper product?|
|get back||回到家裡；回來||The train was held up so we didn't get back home until midnight.|
|get back||退後；退開；站遠些||The police told the crowd to get back to allow the ambulance through.|
|get * back +||歸還，送回，放回原處||Don't lend him any money; you'll never get it back.|
|get* back||向某人報復，報復某人||He was rude and embarrassed me, but I'll get him back.|
|get back at +||報復 (某人)||I'll get back at her for not lending me some money.|
|get back into +||重新燃起對某事的興趣或熱情||I lost interest for a while, but I'm getting back into it.|
|get back into +||停止一段時間後又開始做某事||I am getting back into my French lessons after the summer break.|
|get back to +||(使) 重新做某事、工作等；(使) 回到某事、活動等||It took me ages to get back to sleep after the phone rang.|
|get back to +||一...就馬上回覆||
I don't know at the
moment, but I will get back to you as soon as I have the information.
I'll get back to you as soon as I hear any news.
|get back together||恢復關係；重修舊好||We split up a few months ago but got back together last week.|
|get behind +||支持||All the students got behind the teacher.|
|get behind with +||拖欠分期付款的款項||If you get behind with mortgage payments, you might lose your home.|
|get by||勉強度日、過活||I lost my job, so I am having a hard time getting by this year.|
|get by +||瞞過；(問題、錯誤等) 未被注意到||I had checked it, but there still were a few mistakes that didn't get by the editor.|
|get by on +||勉強度日、過活||It's hard to get by on my salary.|
|get by with +||用...應付過去，湊合||
You don't need a
computer. You can get by with the typewriter.
We should be able to get by with three PCs, but four would be better.
|get * down||使抑鬱；使沮喪；使情緒低落；使悶悶不樂||The miserable weather in winter really gets me down.|
|get * down +||把 (某事) 記下來，寫下來||I couldn't get down everything he said.|
|get * down +||艱難地嚥下||The medicine tasted horrible and it was difficult to get it down.|
|get down||(使) 下降；(使) 下來；下車||The trained pulled in and we got down.|
|get down||(小孩) 用餐完畢離開餐桌||When they had finished dinner, the children asked if they could get down.|
|get * down||降低，減少||The doctor says I must get my cholesterol levels down.|
|get down||發生性關係||They got down at the party last week.|
|get down on +||批評，指責||My mother used to get down on us for not doing enough homework.|
|get down to +||言歸正傳；辦正事；認真從事||Enough small talk. Let's get down to business.|
|get down to +||很喜歡 (某事或某物)||People were getting down to the concert.|
|get in +||上車 ( 汽車、計程車等)||The taxi pulled up and we got in.|
|get * in||請 (某人) 來家裡、工作場所等幫忙或工作||The air conditioning has broken down; we'll have to get a technician in to fix it.|
|get in||(飛機、火車等) 抵達，到達||Her plane got in early.|
|get in||到家；回家||She didn't get in till well after twelve o'clock because she'd been out for a few drinks with her mates.|
|get in||到達 (公司、學校等)||I got in late today because the train broke down.|
|get * in||購進；儲備||We need to get some coffee in; we're completely out.|
|get in||進入 (某建築物或場所)||I borrowed her pass to get in.|
|get in||當選||The government got in with a very small majority.|
|get * in||插入 (話等)||I couldn't get a word in throughout the meeting.|
|get in||(經過考試、測驗等) 被錄取；被允許加入某組織或團體；被接受參加比賽等||He did badly in the entrance exam and didn't get in.|
|get * in +||進屋；帶進屋；拿進屋 (屋子可以改為其他場所)||It's raining; I'd better get the washing in.|
|get * in||提交，呈遞||We have to get the forms in by the end of this week.|
|get * in +||付錢買飲料||He got the drinks in.|
|get in on +||參與；涉足||The company tried to get in on our market.|
|get in with +||與...交好 ；把和...的關係搞好||I tried to get in with them as I thought it would help me at work.|
|get into +||對...產生興趣；捲入...||She's been getting into dance music recently.|
|get into +||養成；染上 (習慣)；成 (癖)||He got into drugs when he was at university.|
|get into +||被...錄取；被接納入 (學校、某競賽團體等)；被選入||
She did well and
got into Cambridge University.
He got into the first team for football.
|get into +||學會，熟悉；開始||It took me ages to get into driving on the left.|
|get into +||小到足以穿上 (衣、帽、鞋等)||I couldn't get into the boots; they were too tight.|
|get into +||批評；指責，責難||He got into me for doing it badly.|
|get it||受到處罰或責罵||If you don't stop that right now, you'll really get it!|
|get it off||發生性關係||They got it off at the party.|
|get it off with +||跟 (某人) 發生性關係||She got it off with her friend's husband.|
|get it on||對...產生興趣||The talk was dull and nobody got it on.|
|get it on||發生性關係||Did you two get it on?|
|get it on with +||跟 (某人) 發生性關係||Did you get it on with him?|
|get it together||開始男女關係||They only get it together at the very end of the film.|
|get it up||(指男性) 激起性慾||He couldn't get it up and felt very embarrassed.|
|get off||免受懲罰，逃脫懲罰||The man went to prison but the two boys got off (with a warning).|
|get off +||下車；下船；下飛機；下馬等||We need to get off the bus at the next stop.|
|get off||下班||I like to get off early on Fridays.|
|get off||啟程，動身||We need to get off early to avoid the rush hour traffic.|
|get * off||使 (嬰兒或小孩) 入睡||I can't get the kids off because of the noise from next door.|
|get off||做愛，達到高潮||We got off last night.|
|get * off +||使 (槍砲) 發射||She got off a few shots before she was arrested.|
|get off +||停止講電話||Let me know when he gets off the phone as I need to make a call.|
|get * off||寄出 (郵件、包裹等)；送出 (訊息等)||I finally got my sister's birthday present off yesterday.|
|get * off +||說或寫出有趣的東西||She got off some jokes at the start of her presentation.|
|get * off||(把螞蟻、蜘蛛等從身上) 弄走，弄掉||Can you get this spider off my shirt?|
|get off||下來；下去||It's dangerous to sit on the roof. Get off!|
|get off||厚著臉皮；厚顏無恥 (這是一句慣用語)||Where does he get off saying that?! (他還有臉說那種話?!)|
|get off it||我不相信! 去你的!||I knew he was lying so I told him to get off it.|
|get off on +||吸食毒品||He gets off on cocaine every night.|
|get off on +||因...而興奮||She gets off on her power over us.|
|get off with +||隨便與人發生性關係||He got off with her at the party.|
|get off!||滾開!；別管我!||If he bothers you, just tell him where to get off!|
|get on||繼續做某事 (常指工作等中斷之後)||The teacher asked the pupils to get on with some work quietly as she had to leave the classroom.|
|get on||上車 (火車、巴士)；騎上 (摩托車、馬匹)||The train is leaving. Quick, get on!|
|get on +||上車 (火車、巴士)；騎上 (摩托車、馬匹)||Get on my bike and I will give you a ride home.|
|get on||進步，進展；有起色||How are you getting on with your Spanish lessons?|
|get on||相處融洽；合得來，和...友好||We have always got on well.|
|get on||(時間) 晚，不早||I must get home now; it's getting on.|
|get on||(人) 衰老||He's getting on now and doesn't work so hard.|
|get * on +||穿上 (衣服)||You should get your jacket on because it's going to be cold.|
|get on||離開||I must be getting on; I have other things to do this evening.|
|get on at +||不公平地批評；偏頗地抨擊；無理地找麻煩||He's always getting on at me when I haven't done anything wrong.|
|get on for +||(數量、時間) 接近，逼近||It's getting on for midnight.|
|get on to +||開始懷疑||It took the authorities a long time to get on to the gang.|
|get on with +||相處融洽；合得來||Do you get on with your neighbors?|
|get on with +||(中斷後) 繼續某一活動；(中斷後) 繼續做某事||
Now that the police
have left, let's get on with the party!
She told us to get on with our work.
|get onto +||開始討論 (某主題)；開始談到 (某事物)||We didn't get onto the third item on the agenda.|
|get onto +||當選為；被任命為 (...的委員)||He didn't get onto the committee.|
|get onto +||上 (電視或電台)||He got onto every major channel after the accident.|
|get onto +||(口頭或書面 -- 尤指透過電話) 與 (某人) 聯繫||We'd better get onto someone to fix this.|
|get onto +||上 (飛機、火車等)||She got onto the plane just before it took off.|
|get out||外出；出去；離開 (某空間)||She doesn't get out much now she has her baby.|
|get out||(秘密、消息等) 洩漏，走漏||How did the news of his appointment get out before it was officially made known?|
|get out||離開 (某地方)；走出去，走出來；逃脫||The dog got out because I left the door open.|
|get * out||(從儲放處、隱藏處或停放處) 拿出，取出；把 (車) 開出來||I got the car out so that we could load up the suitcases.|
|get * out||清除 (班點、污垢、污跡、不想要的東西)||I spilled some red wine on my carpet and can't get the stains out.|
|get * out||出版；印刷；發行||We have to get the report out by the end of the month.|
|get * out +||竭力說出；用力發出 (聲音)||He was so upset he couldn't get the words out.|
|get out of +||逃避做不喜歡的事情；不必承擔 (責任、職責、義務等)||I said I wasn't feeling well and got out of the extra work.|
|get out of +||下車；下船；離開 (某一圍牆或籬笆高築的區域)||
I fell into the water
when I tried to get out of the canoe.
We got out of the taxi and paid the driver.
|get out of +||停止 (某經常性的活動)；戒掉、戒除 (某習慣)||If you get out of a routine, it can be hard to start again.|
|get * out of||從 (某人口中) 盤問出；從 (某人處) 探聽出||The police couldn't get any information out of him.|
|get * out of||從 (某人處) 獲得 (某物)||Did you get a refund out of the travel agency?|
|get * out of||從 (某事) 獲得樂趣 (或獲益)||She's getting a lot out of her university course.|
|get * out of||幫助 (某人) 逃避 (做某事)||I got him out of having to work at the weekend.|
|get out!||不會吧! (美國口語，僅用於祈使句，用來表示驚訝或不相信)||"I got 100% on the test." "Get out!"|
|get over +||從 (疾病、失敗等) 中恢復過來||It took me ages to get over the bout of flu.|
|get over +||克服，解決 (問題)||It took us a long time to get over the problems with the computer system.|
|get * over +||傳達；使人瞭解||He makes jokes to help get his message over.|
|(can't/couldn't) get over +||(簡直無法) 相信、置信 (表示非常驚訝)||Tell me again, I can't get over it!|
|get over +||越過；橫過；橫越||We couldn't get over the river because of the floods.|
|get over||來或去 (某地)||He said he needed help and ask me to get over as soon as I could.|
|get * over with||做，做完 (某事)||I wanted to get the interview over with as quickly as possible.|
|get round/around +||說服 (某人) (做某事) -- 美式英語用 around||She didn't want to let me do it, but I succeeded in getting round her.|
|get round/around +||(找到) 解決或規避問題 (的辦法)||We're nearly ready, but there are few little problems we have to get round before we finish.|
|get round/around||(消息等) 傳開，傳播；(大家都) 知道了||It didn't take long for news of his resignation to get round.|
|get round/around to +||抽出時間做某事；(拖延或耽擱後) 開始做某事||
I should be able to
get round to that job next week.
We must get around to cleaning those windows.
|get through||(電話、無線電等) 打通，接通||I tried calling her mobile phone, but I couldn't get through.|
|get through +||吃完，喝完；花光；用完，用光||He gets through two bottles of wine a day.|
|get through +||完成，結束，處理完 (工作等)||I'm going to take some work home because I haven't managed to get through it all today.|
|get through||完成，結束，處理完 (工作等)||Call me when you get through.|
|get through +||通過 (考試、測驗、測試等)||My car didn't get through its inspection.|
|get * through||幫 (某人或某物) 通過 (考試、測驗、測試等)||My teacher got me through the exam.|
|get through +||度過，熬過 (困境、困難的日子等)||We will have to be careful with our money to get through the month.|
|get * through||(使在議會等) 通過 (法律、法案、議案等)||Getting a bill through Congress is a long process.|
|get through||(法律、法案、議案等) (在議會等) 獲得通過||If the proposal gets through, it'll make things much better for us.|
|get through +||(使) 通過 (某空間)；穿過，貫穿，穿透||
We need a stronger
drill to get through this wall.
The water got through the roof and damaged the carpets.
|get through||通過，穿過||The door was jammed, so we couldn't get through.|
|get through||(使) 到達；(使) 傳到||The message didn't get through.|
|get through to +||使 (某人) 明白，理解||I explained it carefully, but I just couldn't get through to him.|
|get through to +||打通或接通 (電話、無線電等) 給||I rang but couldn't get through to her.|
|get through to +||進入 (下一階段)||If they win, they'll get through to the quarterfinals.|
|get to +||使 (某人) 生氣，惱怒||Don't let her get to you; she's just in a bad mood.|
|get to +||(使) 到達 (某地)||When I get to it, I'll look at the matter carefully.|
|get to +||開始做某事；開始討論某主題||We asked him to get to the point, but he just waffled away.|
|get * up||使 (某人) 起立，站起來，起床||John got Tom up at 5:30 in the morning by turning the music up really loud.|
|get up||起立，站起來，起床||What time did you get up this morning?|
|get * up +||組織||Local people got up a petition against the factory closure.|
|get up to +||做 (壞事或不該做的事)||The children are always getting up to some trouble or other.|
|gin * up +||提高，提升，增加，增大，擴大||The candidates tried to gin up support at the straw poll by transporting their supporters for free.|
|ginger * up +||使有趣；使有活力||They tried to ginger up the party to stop people leaving.|
|give * away +||(父母將當新娘的女兒) 交給 (新郎)||He gave his daughter away and told the groom to look after her.|
|give * away +||贈送；贈給||In this issue of the magazine, they are giving away a free DVD.|
|give * away +||捐贈；分送||He decided to give his new album away in a magazine.|
|give * away +||洩漏 (秘密)；告發||She didn't give anything away about the party so it came as a complete surprise to me.|
|give * away +||送分 (因離譜的錯誤而失分)||They gave away two goals in the first half.|
|give * away +||(將不想要的嬰兒) 送給別人 (扶養)||She had to give her baby away as she couldn't afford to bring it up.|
|give * away +||出賣，告發 (某人)||The gang gave him away to the police.|
|give * away +||(拳擊、賽馬等) (在重量上) 對方佔優勢||He is giving away thirty pounds to the challenger.|
|give * back +||歸還，送還||When are you going to give that book back to your teacher?|
|give in||妥協；屈服；讓步||Never give in! You can do it!|
|give in||投降；認輸||They gave in when the police surrounded the building.|
|give * in +||交給；交上 (作業等)||She came to the class with a piece of work she should have given in last week.|
|give in to +||屈服於，向...讓步；向...投降||The government says it will not give in to terrorists.|
|give in to +||禁不住||Eventually, I gave in to my anger and screamed at them.|
|give it to +||(因某事而) 嚴厲責備或處罰 (某人)||They really gave it to me for forgetting to turn up.|
|give it up for +||為...鼓掌；為...喝采||Please give it up for our next guest.|
|give it up to +||為...鼓掌；為...喝采||Please give it up to our next guest.|
|give of +||奉獻或獻出 (自己的時間或金錢以幫助他人)||He gave of his free time to help the club.|
|give * off +||發出、散發出或冒出 (氣味，氣體、液體等)||The police stopped the van because it was giving off a lot of black smoke.|
|give * off +||擺出 (某種樣子)||She gives off an air of nobility.|
|give off||擴大，擴展 (事業規模等)||The company is giving off all over the country.|
|give onto +||(門窗等) 面向，朝向||The French windows give onto the lawn.|
|give * out +||分發||
I earn extra money by
giving out brochures on the street.
Somebody was giving leaflets out in front of the underground station.
|give out||(身體部位) 出問題；(體力) 衰退；(機器) 故障，壞掉||
His heart finally
gave out under the strain.
I hope this car doesn't give out in the middle of the desert.
|give out||用光，用盡，耗盡||The water gave out after a week in the desert.|
|give * out +||公布；發佈||They gave the names of the winners out last night.|
|give * out +||發出、放出 (聲、光等)||The sun gives out light and heat to the earth.|
|give over||停止 (做某事)||They were making a lot of noise so I told them to give over.|
|give over||停止 (某活動)||The police told the rioters to give over.|
|give * over +||交付；委託||We've given the premises over to the new company.|
|give * over to||獻身於；把...獻給；專心致志於||He gave himself over to finding his son.|
|give * over to||移交給||After her death, they gave control of the estate over to her niece.|
|give * up +||戒除；放棄，停止做 (經常做的事)||I gave up taking sugar in tea and coffee to lose weight.|
|give * up +||與 (某人) 斷絕關係；停止與 (某人) 交往||She gave up all her school friends when she went to university.|
|give up +||停止做 (某事)||I have given up trying to help them.|
|give up||不再嘗試；停止 (某嘗試)；放棄 (努力)||
I can't think of the
Decide what you want and then don't give up until you've achieved it.
|give * up +||把 (時間、精力等) 用於||I gave up all my free time to the project.|
|give * up +||讓出，讓與，讓給||I gave up my seat to a pregnant woman.|
|give * up +||交出 (某人，某物)；自首||The police told the thief to give his gun up.|
|give up on +||失去對 (某人或某事) 的信心；不再相信或信任 (某人或某事)||I gave up on them when I heard what they were saying about me behind my back.|
|give up on +||放棄對 (某人) 的希望||I have given up on them; they never do what they promise.|
|give yourself up to +||獻身於；把...獻給；專心致志於||The scientist gave himself up to a study of the life history of flies.|
|gloss over +||掩蓋，掩飾，粉飾||The Minister tried to gloss over the report that was critical of her department.|
|gnaw at +||折磨或困擾 (某人)||I know it was wrong and guilt has gnawed at me ever since I did it.|
|gnaw at +||逐漸損害、傷害||The government's dishonesty has gnawed at people's trust in politicians.|
|gnaw away at +||逐漸損害、傷害||Their behavior gnawed away at our trust in them.|
|go about +||著手做||How should I go about telling her the bad news?|
|go about/around/round||(疾病或消息) 流傳||A rumor is going about involving the Attorney General.|
|go across||越過 (馬路、水域、空間等)||I'll just go across and get a loaf of bread.|
|go across to +||越過 (馬路、水域、空間等) 到 (另一地)；轉投到另一邊；改信 (另一宗教、信仰、論點等)||
I'll just go
across to the shop and get a loaf of bread.
He went across to the opposition.
|go after +||追捕，追趕||The cat went after the pigeon, but it flew away.|
|go against +||對...不利；敗訴||If the decision goes against me, I'll go bankrupt.|
|go ahead||開始；繼續進行||The construction of the bypass went ahead despite the protests from environmentalists.|
|go ahead with +||繼續進行 (某事)||We now intend to go ahead with the final stage of the project.|
|go along||繼續；進展||Everything was going along just fine until she turned up!|
|go along with +||贊同，同意，附和 (某人或某事)||I didn't really agree, but I went along with the decision because I was in the minority.|
I went around
for dinner at their house.
I went round last night to see them.
|go around/round||(疾病或消息) 流傳||A rumor is going around about the Attorney General.|
|go around/round||足夠分||There aren't enough jobs to go around for the numbers of people graduating nowadays.|
|go at +||攻擊；撲向||She went at her dinner like she hadn't eaten for days.|
|go at +||拼命幹；努力從事，致力於||The students are really going at their studies now that the exams are near.|
|go away||離開；消失||This drug should make the pain go away.|
When are you going
back to your house?
We went back to work after the break.
|go back||追溯 (到)||My interest in the subject goes back many years.|
|go back on +||違背 (諾言，協議等)||
Don't trust him. He
always goes back on his promises.
He went back on his word and refused to lend us the money.
|go before||以前發生過||We can't ignore what has gone before and pretend that everything has been OK.|
|go by||(時間) 流逝||Ten years went by before we saw each other again.|
|go by +||憑...判斷，根據...做判斷；以...為準||Don't go by my watch; it's usually a bit slow.|
|go by (+)||路過；順便去||
Nobody was at home
went by yesterday.
I went by the post office on the way home.
|go down||減少；下降||The price of digital cameras has gone down recently.|
|go down||沈沒||The Titanic went down after it hit an iceberg on its maiden voyage.|
|go down||(月亮、太陽) 沉落；西下||The sun went down at seven o'clock.|
|go down||坐牢||He went down for ten years for armed robbery.|
|go down||被記下來；被銘記||It went down as the worst day in the history of the company.|
|go down||(食物) 被吞下，被嚥下||
The medicine went
A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.
|go down||倒下；跌倒||The boxer went down in the second round.|
The police thought
that a big crime was going down that night.
I was nowhere near here when the robbery went down.
|go down||(系統，尤指電腦) 停止運作||The computer system went down for an hour last night.|
|go down||(劇院或電影院的燈光等) 逐漸暗下來||The lights went down and the audience stopped talking.|
Jim went down
well with Mary's parents on his first visit.
The new director's appointment did not go down very well.
|go down to +||被打敗；被征服||
Chelsea went down
to Arsenal in a thrilling game.
The famous tennis player went down to an unknown young woman.
|go down with +||罹患 (某種疾病)；因...而病倒||
She went down with
Four people in my office have gone down with the flu.
|go down with +||被...接受；被...認可||Do you think the scheme will go down with the farmers in the area?|
|go for +||競爭；爭取；追求||
Our team is going
for the gold medal in the Olympics.
There were 200 people going for just three jobs.
|go for +||喜歡||
I don't really go
for horror films.
Do you go for tall men? I go for clever men, whatever they look like.
|go for +||攻擊，打 (某人)；抨擊，責罵||
The neighbor's dog
went for the postman and bit him.
The media has really gone for Simon's new book in a big way!
|go for +||選擇||I think I'll go for the steak. What are you having?|
|go for +||充作；被看作||It's a couch that also goes for a bed.|
|go for it||加油!||Go for it, you will be successful.|
|go for it||(你) 去吧!||
Mary: I'm going to go
outside for a breath of fresh air.
John: Go for it. I'll just be gonna chill (= relax) here.
|go forth||離開某地||He went forth and found a wife in another city.|
|go forth||前往國外；出發，動身||They went forth to spread the word of the new religion.|
|go forward||(鐘錶) 往前撥||Do the clocks go forward in the summer?|
|go forward||進步；進展；前進||The top three teams go forward to the next round.|
|go in||住院 (接受治療、手術等)||He went in for a triple bypass operation two days ago.|
|go in||(某物) 進得去；放得進去||
This nail won't go
in. I think it must have hit a brick.
That space is too small, so the bookcase won't go in.
|go in||(太陽、月亮、星星等) 躲到雲裡，被雲遮住||The sun has gone in.|
|go in||開始攻擊，開始進攻||The troops went in at dawn.|
|go in for +||參加 (比賽、考試等)||
Are you going to
go in for soccer this year at school?
I'd like to go in for a more advanced exam if I can.
|go in for +||支持；提倡；主張||I don't go in for the claims being made about blogging.|
|go in for +||喜歡||
He goes in for
I don't go in for golf much.
|go in for +||從事 (某職業)||
Have you thought
going in for teaching?
I think he's planning to go in for politics.
|go in with +||結盟||They're going to go in with the Social Democrats.|
|go in with +||與...合夥||
She's gone in with
an ex-colleague on a new restaurant idea.
Ask the other to go in with them on the plan
|go off||(炸彈) 爆炸||The bomb could go off at any moment.|
|go off||(警報等) 響起來||The fire alarm went off because someone was smoking in the toilets.|
|go off||(食物等) 變壞，變質||The milk went off because I forgot to put it in the fridge.|
|go off +||不再喜歡；放棄||I went off her when she lied to me.|
|go off||離開 (某地方)||Please don't go off until we have sorted this out.|
|go off||發生；進行，進展||The party went off well.|
|go off||生氣，發怒||Maria went off last night after I told her about losing her bike.|
|go off||(電器或電子設備) 被關掉；斷電||The lights go off automatically when the office is empty.|
|go off with + (someone)||私奔；(帶某人) 私自逃走||She went off with her friend's husband.|
|go off with + (something)||私自拿走||He went off with my credit cards.|
|go on||繼續 (說下去，做下去)||
go on. Don't let me interrupt you.
He went on and on talking and I was so bored.
This place is a mess!
What went on here last night?
There are loads of people out in the street; what's going on?
|go on||進展，發展||They asked me how the project was going on.|
|go on||(電器或電子設備) 開動，運轉||The alarm goes on when you close the front door.|
|go on +||服用 (藥物)||He needs to go on stronger medication.|
|go on +||開始做 (某事)||I go on duty in half an hour.|
|go on +||以...為依據，根據...判斷||The investigators have no clues to go on.|
|go on +||(時間) 過去，流逝，持續||It's going on ten years since we met.|
|go on +||(金錢、時間) 花在，用於||Most of my salary goes on my mortgage repayments.|
|go on||來呀，繼續吧! (用於鼓勵某人做某事)||Go on, try it - it's really good.|
|go on about +||不斷地說著或談論著；說個沒完；喋喋不休||He's always going on about his kids.|
|go on at +||糾纏，不斷地要求某人做某事；嘮叨||He went on at his parents until they bought him the game.|
|go on to +||繼續前進到 (某地)，繼續向 (某地) 前進||We had dinner and went on to a few bars.|
|go on with +||繼續做下去，繼續進行||
I think we should
go on with the meeting and stop wasting time.
Please go on with your work.
|go out||( 火、光、燈等) 熄滅||
The fire went out
after three days.
The candle went out and left us in darkness.
|go out||外出；離開 (某地)||
He went out
The telephone rang just as I was going out (of the house).
|go out||罷工||The workers went out for more money.|
|go out||過時，退流行||That sort of tie went out last year.|
|go out||退潮||The tide goes out in the evening.|
|go out||(比賽中) 被淘汰||China went out in the second round.|
|go out||被郵寄||The invitations haven't gone out yet.|
|go out||(電視、電台等) 播出，播放||The show doesn't go out until after most kids have gone to bed.|
|go out for +||參選：申請；全力以赴 (以贏得，以獲得...)；極力爭取||She went out for a place on the team.|
|go out to +||同情 (某人)；對 (某人) 寄以 (某種情感)||Our condolences go out to all the families who have lost people in this tragic accident.|
|go out with +||與異性交往；戀愛||He's been going out with his girlfriend for around six months now.|
|go over +||複習，溫習||
Do you usually go
over your notes before class?
We went over our notes before the exam.
|go over +||重複；解釋||Could you go over that point again, please?|
|go over +||打掃；做清潔工作||I went over the living room with the vacuum cleaner before they arrived.|
That didn't go
My plans went over well.
|go over||拜訪；探望||I hadn't seen her for a while, so I went over on Friday night.|
|go over to +||(去) 旅行||I'm going over to Hong Kong next month.|
|go over to +||改變 (觀念、信仰等)；加入 (另一政黨或宗教等)||She went over to Islam when she was living in the Middle East.|
|go over to +||改吃；改喝；改嘗試不同的事物||
I used to drink beer
but I have gone over to wine.
I've gone over to (eating) vegetarian food.
|go past +||未停下腳步地經過、通過||She went past me without saying hello.|
|go through +||經歷；遭受||You wouldn't believe what I went through when I was ill!|
|go through +||複習||I went through my notes before the exam.|
|go through +||徹底檢查；翻遍||I went through my desk looking for the letter.|
|go through +||採行；透過；遵循||You must go through the proper channels to get the approval.|
|go through +||解釋：闡述||He went through his ideas twice but I couldn't really understand them.|
|go through||得到正式的認可、核准、批准||My divorce went through last week.|
|go through +||進入||They said I could go through the exam room.|
|go through +||用光；花掉||We went through a fortune on our holiday.|
|go through +||完成||I went through my work in a daze after I heard the news.|
|go through with +||完成 (已同意或計畫的事)；履行...諾言||
I have decided to
go through with the operation.
He did promise, but I doubt that he'll go through with it.
|go to +||花 (錢)||About half of my income goes to pay the mortgage.|
|go together||相配；相容；協調||Drinking and driving don't go together.|
|go towards||用於幫助或支付||The money went towards my university fees.|
|go under||破產；倒閉||Many small shops are going under because they cannot compete with the supermarkets.|
|go under||(手術前) 進入麻醉狀態||She went under a few minutes after they administered the anesthetic.|
|go under||沈沒||The ship went under in a heavy storm.|
|go up||上揚，上漲，增長，增加||The price of petrol has gone up sharply because of the increase in duty in the Government's budget.|
|go up||被建造||Skyscrapers are going up everywhere in the city centre.|
|go up||發出 (聲音)||A huge cheer went up when the president arrived.|
|go up||(在比賽中) 晉級||The top three teams go up at the end of the season.|
|go up to +||(英) 上大學 (尤指上牛津或劍橋大學)||She went up to Cambridge after she finished secondary school.|
|go up to +||到達；延伸至||The book only goes up to the start of the Second World War.|
|go with +||(衣服等) 搭配；相配||
That shirt doesn't
with those pants.
Does this tie go with my shirt?
|go with +||伴隨；陪同||
I am going with
Susan to the party.
A lot of benefits go with the job.
|go with +||接受，同意||We're going with our original plan in the end.|
|go with +||與 (異性) 交往，與 (某人) 談戀愛；與 (某人) 發生性關係||
I am going with Yuri.
She's been going with him since she was at university.
|go without +||沒有||
A person can go
without water for three days.
I had to go without lunch today because I didn't have any time.
|go without +||沒有 (某物) 也行；沒有 (某物) 也得將就||They're not coming, so we'll have to go without their help.|
|goof around||鬼混，閒混||We spent the weekend goofing around.|
|goof off||逃避工作，留下工作；遊手好閒||We goofed off for the afternoon to watch the match.|
|goof * up +||破壞；把...弄糟||They goofed up our plans.|
|grasp at +||試圖抓住 (某物)||He grasped at the rail when he fell.|
|grasp at +||毫不猶豫地抓住 (機會)||They grasped at the chance to speak to her.|
|grass on +||(向當局、警方) 告發，揭發||He grassed on us and got us into a lot of trouble.|
|grass * up +||(向當局、警方) 告發，揭發||She didn't grass them up, even though they'd been bullying her badly.|
|grey * out +||取消電腦程式的某項功能 (使該按鈕變成灰色 、沒有作用)||They greyed out the print button to stop people using it. (在美式英語中，grey 拼成 'gray')|
|grind away||不停地做 (某事)||Although I hated it, I ground away until I finished.|
|grind * down +||折磨；壓迫；澆 (某人) 冷水||Their negativity grinds me down.|
|grind * into +||用力壓、扭、搓等||She ground her cigarette into the ashtray.|
|grind on||令人厭煩地長時間持續著||The war ground on for years.|
|grind on||說、講或談個不停||He was still grinding on about football when we left.|
|grind * out +||吃力地寫出 (文章、樂曲等) 或做出 (某樣東西)||I find it very hard to grind out an original essay every week.|
|grind * up +||磨碎||She ground the beans up and made some coffee.|
|grow apart||變得疏遠；(思想、感情、生活方式上) 有距離，產生分歧||We used to be good friends at school but have since grown apart.|
|grow away from +||與 (某人) 疏遠||I have grown away from many of the people I grew up with.|
|grow back||長至原來長度或高度，恢復原狀||Nails grow back quickly after you cut them.|
|grow from +||發展自，源於；由...產生，由...引起||Most international firms have grown from small family businesses.|
|grow into +||(小孩) 長得適合穿 (原來嫌大的衣服)||The jacket's a bit big, but she'll grow into it.|
|grow into +||長成為；成長為||She's grown into a beautiful woman.|
|grow into +||適應於；習慣於 (工作等)||It may seem difficult at first, but you will grow into the job.|
|grow on/upon||使 (某人) 越來越喜歡；慢慢或漸漸地使 (某人) 喜愛 (原先不喜歡的東西)||
The painting has
grown on me; I used to hate it.
The book started slowly and was a bit dull, but it has grown upon me.
|grow out||(頭髮的染色或燙髮) 消失||I'm letting the perm grow out.|
|grow out of +||(兒童) 長大而不能穿 (原來的衣服、鞋襪等)||He grew out of those shoes in no time at all.|
|grow out of +||因年齡增長或心智成熟而擺脫某習慣或失去對某事物的興趣||He was obsessed with computer games but he grew out of them.|
|grow out of +||產生於；發展於；來自於||The idea for the film grew out of an accident that happened to the director.|
|grow to||終於做某事||We grew to like the neighbourhood.|
|grow together||逐漸親近、團結一致、志同道合||We grew together while we were working on the same project.|
Your brother needs to
grow up and start thinking about his future.
He grew up in Japan.
|grow up||產生，出現，形成||Many small religious sects grew up and flourished in the area.|
|grow up||發展||The town grew up as a trading post.|
|grow up on +||小時候擁有 (某物) 或做過 (某事)||We grew up on cartoons.|
|gun for +||傷害 (某人)；破壞 (某人) 的名譽||He's gunning for his rivals at work.|
|gussy * up +||華麗地裝飾或修飾 (某物)||They spent a fortune gussying up the house.|