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Phrasal Verb Thesaurus
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片語動詞 定義 例句
hack around (= mess about/around) 閒混 I've been hacking around all morning because I can't get down to doing any revision.
hack into + 破解電腦系統 He hacked into the government database and stole a lot of data.
hack * off + 打攪;使 (人) 煩擾 He hacks me off with his endless complaining.
ham * up + 嬌柔做作;做得過份;演得過份 He hammed the part up to get the audience to laugh.
hammer away at + 孜孜不倦地做,致力於,努力做 (某事) She hammered away at PC all night and finished the project.
hammer * into 反覆教導;強行向...灌輸 He hammered the rules into me.
hammer * out + 協商並達成或敲定協議 They hammered out their differences and got the contract signed.
hand * back + 交還,歸還,發回 Is the teacher going to hand back our tests today?
hand * down + 正式宣佈 The president is going to hand his decision down on health care tonight.
hand * down +  把...傳給後代 ;把...傳給後來者;把 (衣物) 傳給弟妹等穿 When my clothes got too small for me as a child, I handed them down to my sister.
hand * in + 繳交;提交;提出 I have to hand in an offer by March 12.
hand * on + 把 (權力、職位、工作等) 傳給或移交給 (某人) I handed the job on to a colleague.
hand * on + 把 (知識等) 傳給後代或後來者 The secrets have been handed on from generation to generation.
hand * out + 分發;散發 We should hand the concert fliers out at school.
hand * over + 送交;移交;交出 Hand your car keys over. You're too drunk to drive.
hang about/around + 閒蕩;徘徊 Maria and Salvador usually hang around the beach after school.
hang about/around 終日惶惶無所事事 Those guys just hang around all day.
hang back 躊躇不前;不肯參加 When they raced towards the entrance, I hung back till it was less crowded.
hang back from + 延遲或避免做某事 They were hanging back from making the final decision.
hang in there 堅持不懈,堅忍不拔;不放棄 Were were doing badly, but we hung in there till we finished.

hang on 等候 Could you hang on for a moment till she's free.
hang on 抓緊,抓住 The driver told the passengers to hang on as the bus pulled off.
hang onto + 保留 I hung onto my old records even though I never played them.
hang out 泡 (在某地);閒蕩,閒逛;廝混 He hangs out in the pub The Prince; he's there most nights.
What are you doing? - - I'm just hanging out.
hang out for + 堅決要求,硬要 (錢財等) She's hanging out for a big raise.
hang over + 籠罩;臨頭;折磨,折騰 I have a lot of financial problems hanging over my head.
hang together 團結一致,同心協力 We have to hang together if we're going to finish this project.
hang * up + 掛、吊 (衣服) You can hang your jacket up in the front closet.
hang up  掛斷電話 Don't hang up. I'm going to change phones.
hang up on + 掛 (某人) 的電話 A telesales person called, so I said something rude and hung up on him.
hang with + 和某人在一起 He has been hanging with them for a few months.
hanker after/for + 渴望得到 (某物),追求 (某物 -- 尤指不該要或沒有能力擁有的東西) I'm supposed to be on a diet and I can't stop hankering after some chocolate.
I have always hankered for a soft-top car (軟頂車).
harp on/about (or harp on about) 嘮叨,嘮叨地反覆講個不停 I was late twice last week and my boss keeps harping on about it.
have * against 把...當作反對或厭惡某人的理由或手段;厭惡 I have nothing against their proposals.
have * around/round 在家中招待某人;邀請某人來家裡作客 I had the neighbors around for dinner last night.
have * down as 把某人或某事想像為 I had her down as a liberal, but I was very wrong.
have * in 儲備有;存放 Do we have any beer in?
have * in + 請某人來家裡做某事 We had the decorators in last week.
have * in 在家中招待某人;邀請某人來家裡作客 We had them in last night for dinner.
have it away + 與某人發生性關係,尤指一夜情、露水姻緣這類隨便的性愛 She had it away with him last Friday.
have it off + 與某人發生性關係 They had it off after the party.
have it out with + 透過討論或爭論來解決 (問題、困難等) 或改善情況 I'd been worried for ages, so I decided to have it out with them.
have * off + 休假,不上班;請假 I had a couple of days off last week to relax.
have * on + 穿 (衣);戴 (帽) Do you have your hiking boots on?
have on 穿著,戴著 What did Mary have on at the party?
have * on 開 (電燈、電動機器、電子裝置等),開動;使運轉 I have my computer on all the time.
have * on 安排 (事情);忙於 (工作等) I have a lot of meetings on next week.
have * on 欺騙;戲弄 (某人) They said they'd failed, but they were having me on.
have * on (在某個時候) 擁有,持有 I haven't any money on me, but I can get some from the ATM.
have * on 知道有關可能傷害他們的某人的一些事情 I have a lot on him because we used to work together.
have * over 邀請某人到家裡作客 Why don't we have Mr. and Mrs. Jones over for dinner tonight?
have * up 傳訊;使某人出庭受審 They had him up for armed robbery.
head for + 朝 (某方向) 前進,前往;駛往 It's getting late- I'm heading for home.
head out 外出 We're heading out at seven, so don't be late.
head * up + 領導,帶領 (一群人) He's heading up the steering committee.
hear from + 接到信件、電子郵件;得知某人的消息 Have you heard from Steve lately?
hear of + 知道,瞭解,聽說 (某事或某人) Have you heard of chocolate covered ants?
heat * up + 把...加熱;(使) 發熱,(使) 變熱 He heated the soup up in the microwave.
help * out + 幫忙;幫助 (某人) 解決問題、做事等 She really helped me out when I was going through my divorce.
hinge on/upon + 有賴於,取決於;視...而定 Everything hinges on the results of the negotiations; if they go badly, we'll be in real trouble.
hit back at + 回擊,反擊;反駁,回擊 The president hit back at her critics in a speech last night.
hit * for 罰款;使 (某人) 付款或捐款 They hit the sponsors for a lot of money.
hit it off 一見如故;(與某人) 相處很好,合得來 We hit it off immediately and became firm friends.
hit it off with + (與某人) 一見如故;(與某人) 相處很好,合得來 I hit it off with her immediately.
hit on/upon + 偶然找到;偶然發現 ;突然想到 I hit on the idea while watching the Simpsons show.
hit on/upon + 與 (某人) 搭訕 Jay's friend Marc was trying to hit on my sister last night.
hit on + 要錢;索取金錢 A beggar hit on me when I left the restaurant.
hit out at + 嚴厲批評;猛烈抨擊 The government hit out at the media for their negativity.
hit up 注射毒品 She's been hitting up for years.
hit * up + 向 (某人) 要錢;向 (某人) 索取金錢 He always tries to hit me up for money when we meet.
hit up on + 注射毒品 He's been hitting up on heroin for years.
hit * with 告訴 (某人) 某事而使其大吃一驚或嚇了一跳 He hit me with the details of their demands.
hive * off + (將部分機構、部門或業務) 分離出去並出售 They hived off the retail operations.
hold * against (or hold it against) 怨恨、埋怨或不尊重 (某人) He was very rude, but I won't hold it against him.
hold * back + 阻擋;阻止前進 The police held the demonstrators back while the politicians entered the building.
hold * back + 抑制,控制 (情緒,感情) It was really hard to hold back the tears.
hold * back + 使 (學生) 留級 The teacher held Frank back a year, so he couldn't enter fifth grade.
hold * back + 隱瞞,保守秘密 The government held back the findings of the report for fear of alienating voters.
hold back from + 阻止 (某人) (做某事),克制自己 (不做某事) I had to hold back from losing my temper with them.
hold * down + 保住 (工作,職務) He's so unreliable that he can never hold down a job for more than a couple of months.
hold * down + 壓制;控制 (某人) It took four of us to hold him down and stop the fight.
hold forth 大發議論,高談闊論;冗長地演說 The manager held forth on the topic for about twenty minutes.
hold * off + 擋住;使不接近;阻止 (某人的攻擊或毆打) Mr. Johnson held the dog off while we crossed the yard.
John couldn't hold their opponents off and lost the game.
hold off (雨或雪) 遲遲不下;壞天氣並未出現 The rain held off until we'd got back home.
hold off on + 延緩,拖延,推遲 We should hold off on making dinner until your parents arrive.
hold on 抓緊  Hold on tight! The roller coaster is about to take off.
hold on (叫某人) 別掛斷電話,等候片刻;等待,等候 Hold on a minute. I'll get Carol.
Could you hold on for a minute; she'll be free in a moment.
hold on to + 抓緊  Make sure you hold on to the hand rail as you walk down the stairs.
hold onto + (盡可能) 保留 I tried to hold onto my cash during the holiday so I could buy some duty free stuff on the way back.
hold onto + 抓緊 The mother held onto her daughter's hand to keep together in the crowd.
hold out 抵抗;堅守;不屈服 Stop holding out and tell us where you found all of these old records.
When the enemy attacked, they held out for six weeks.
hold * out + 伸出 (手等) I held out my hand when she walked in.
hold out against + 不屈服;抵抗,反抗 They held out against enemy attack.
The staff are holding out against the plans to reduce the workforce.
hold out for + (因想得到更大或更好的利益而) 堅持要求 We are holding out for a much better deal than the one offered.
hold out on + 不付錢,不給錢;隱瞞,瞞著 He's been holding out on me for weeks and I really need the money.
hold * over + 延後,推遲 The meeting has been held over till Friday.
hold * over + 使 (某事) 繼續 It has been so successful that they have held it over for another fortnight.
hold together 使 (物體) 結合在一起;(使...) 團結 (起來) The society managed to hold together despite the crisis.
hold * up + (使) 耽擱;(使) 延遲 The accident held traffic up for an hour.
hold * up + 暴力搶劫;武裝搶劫 (某人,銀行) Five men held the bank up yesterday.
hold with + (通常用於否定句) 同意,贊成 I don't hold with their plans.
hole up 躲藏;隱藏 They holed up in a remote cottage while the police were searching for them.
home in on + 直搗 (問題核心);切中 (要害);瞄準 (目標) The government is homing in on benefit fraud.
hone in on + 全神貫注於...;瞄準 (目標) The company honed in on its rival and tried to take it over. (有些人認為這片語動詞是錯的;它跟 home in on 很容易被搞混)
hook up 與 (某人) 見面 We hooked up at the conference.
hook up to + 把 (兩個電子設備或裝置) 連接起來;把 (設備或裝置) 接到電腦 (或電源) 上 He's hooked up to a ventilator in the hospital.
horse around 胡鬧;起哄;鬼混 The class were horsing around when the teacher came in and told them to sit down.
hound * out + 迫使 (某人) 辭職、離開 (某地或某職位) The press hounded the minister out after the scandal broke.
hover around + (在...上下) 徘徊 Their total world sales hover around the five million dollars.
hunker down 蹲;蹲下;蹲著;蹲坐 The children hunkered down in the yard playing a game with five stones.
hunt * down + 搜捕:捕獵;獵殺 The police hunted the killer down.
hunt * out + 找出;找到;努力尋找;(為逮捕或殺死而) 找出;捕獵並殺絕 It took me ages to hunt out the photos.
hunt * up + (在書籍、文件等中) 搜尋,尋找;找到 (信息、資料) He hunted up a copy of the book in the library.
hush * up + 不讓 (事件) 宣揚出去;不讓 (事件) 聲張;閉口不談 The company tried to hush up the scandal, but it still got into the newspapers.

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