Phrasal Verb Thesaurus
|They started jabbering away about file systems and lost me completely.
|jack * around
|Don't listen to him - he always jacks people around.
|jack * in + (= pack in)
|I jacked my job in because my boss refused to give me a raise.
|jack * up +
We need to jack up
the car before we change the tire.
We jacked the car up and changed the tyre.
|jack * up +
|They have jacked up the price of oil this month.
|jam * on +
|Jack jammed on the brakes when the rabbit ran in front of his car.
|That shows that your interest is not in helping the student, but in jawing away.
|jazz * up + (= juice up)
|The show was getting stale so they jazzed it up with some new scenes.
|jerk * around
|He was jerking us around and wouldn't give us the facts.
|They were jerking around during the lecture.
|You should get your work done and stop jerking off.
|jockey * into
|哄騙、誘騙、欺騙某人做某事 (to jockey somebody into doing something)
They jockeyed Allen into signing a terrible contract. (他們誘騙艾倫簽下一份可怕的合約)
His research is
jogging along. (他的研究正在緩慢進行中)
For years the business just kept jogging on. (多年來生意僅僅是平平而已)
|Why don't you join in? (你為何不參加呢？)
|join in +
|You are welcome to join in our discussion. (歡迎你參加我們的討論)
|Mike is always joking around at work.
|jot * down +
|I jotted down her number on a scrap of paper and I can't find it now.
|juice * up + (= jazz up)
|I need to buy some memory to juice my computer up.
|jump at +
|I'd jump at the chance to go and live in Japan.
|jump from/out of/off
from the plane at about ten thousand feet. (他們從約一萬英尺高空的飛機上跳了下來)
The mother grabbed her daughter and jumped out of the window. (那位母親一把抓住她女兒從窗口跳了出去)
|Feel free to jump in at any moment while we are talking.
|jump on +
|Everyone jumped on me when I raised the issue.
|jump to +
|You shouldn't jump to conclusions.