Phrasal Verb Thesaurus
|gad about/around||漫遊，遊蕩，閒逛||I spent the afternoon gadding around looking for some books.|
|gag for +||渴望做；急於做||I was gagging for a drink. (我真想喝一杯)|
|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 against/on +||(結夥，聯合起來) 欺侮，霸凌||The whole class ganged up against/on Mary because she was the teacher's pet. (由於瑪麗是老師面前的紅人，全班都聯合起來欺負她)|
|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.|
|gee up||(主英) 激勵，策勵 (某人/某事物更快地或更有效地工作)||My horse was slow so I told it to gee up. (我的馬慢吞吞的，所以我就策勵牠跑快一點)|
|gee * up||(主英) 激勵 (某人)；給 (某人) 加油||I tried to gee him up. (我試著激勵他)|
|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 way||坍塌，垮掉，潰堤；讓 (其他車輛) 先行；讓步，屈服||
The bridge threatened to
give way as the flood waters rose. (洪水水位上升，橋樑有坍塌之虞)
You must give way at this intersection. (在這個交叉路口，你必須讓其他車輛先行)
I finally gave way and accepted his proposals. (我最後讓步，接受了他的建議)
|give way to +||讓 (其他車輛) 先行；讓步，屈服；失控於 (某種強烈情緒)；被淘汰取代 (尤因另一方較好，較便宜，較容易、較現代化等)||
Drivers must give
way to cyclists. (司機必須讓腳踏車騎士先行)
The government will not give way to terrorism. (政府不會屈服於恐怖主義)
Don't give way to your fears. (不要怕)
The teacher gave way to his anger and started screaming at us. (老師怒不可遏，開始對我們大吼大叫)
Over the next few years, the city's buses will give way to a new light rail system. (未來幾年市公車將被輕軌所取代)
|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 below||離開船隻最上層甲板，到下層甲板 (如船艙)||
The captain told the
passengers to go below when the storm started.
The captain went below to speak to the engineer. (船長到下層甲板跟輪機員說話)
|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 into +||(認真仔細地) 討論；研究；描述；解釋||
I'd rather not go
into that now. Can we discuss it later? (我現在不想詳細討論那個問題，我們稍後再討論好嗎？)
This is the first book to go into the work of the female singer as well as her personal life. (這是第一本探討這位女歌手的作品及其個人生活的書)
|go into +||開始從事 (某職業)，進入 (某行業)||
planning to go into journalism. (我女兒打算從事新聞業)
My son went into banking after he'd finished university. (我兒子大學畢業後進入銀行業服務)
|go into +||(整) 除 (四則運算加減乘除的除)||Five goes into thirty 6 times. (30 除以 5 等於 6)|
|go into +||(把時間、金錢、精力等) 花在…上，投入…，用於…||A lot of time and effort has gone into this exhibition. (許多時間和精力已被投入在這項展覽上)|
|go into +||撞擊，撞上 (樹或牆等)||The truck was traveling at 120 kilometers an hour when it went into a wall. (卡車撞到牆上時，車速是每小時 120 公里)|
|go it alone||獨自做；(離開團體) 單飛||
Ted prefers to go
it alone rather than work with the team. (比起團隊合作，泰德更喜歡獨立作業)
She's decided to leave the band and go it alone as a singer. (她已決定離開樂團，單飛做一名歌手)
|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 ；說、講或談個不停||
The war ground on
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.|