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Phrasal Verb Thesaurus
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片語動詞 定義 例句
lap * up + 欣然接受 He lapped up their praise.
lark about/around 嬉鬧,鬧著玩;胡鬧 The children made me angry because they were larking about.
lash down (雨) 大量落下 The rain was lashing down all day and the roads were flooded.
lash * down + 綁緊、繫牢 (某物) We lashed the tarpaulin down to stop the wind blowing it away.
lash into + 猛烈抨擊、批評 (某人) He lashed into them for messing things up.
lash out 猛打,痛打;(突然地) 大罵,抨擊 He lashed out and broke the man's nose.
He lashes out when things don't go his way.
lash out 大肆揮霍 I lashed out in the sales last week.
lash out against + 猛烈抨擊 The press has lashed out against the policy.
lash out at + (無預警地) 突然打某人,猛擊;猛烈抨擊 He lashed out at me when I laughed at him.
lash out * on 大肆揮霍;不惜花大錢 I lashed out a lot on a new car.
latch on 頓悟;忽然理解 They were lying, but it took her ages to latch on.
latch on to + 頓悟某事;忽然理解某事 The police didn't latch on to what the crooks were doing for years.
latch onto + 纏住 (某人) 不放;連結住 (某物) 不放 Two girls tried to latch onto them as they were leaving.
The gecko latched onto the ceiling.
latch onto + 瞭解某事確是有用、有益或有利可圖 Oil companies have latched onto environmental ideas.
laugh * off + 一笑置之 He laughed off the sprained finger but it obviously affected his golf game.
lay  away + 積蓄 (錢財);保留 (以備將來之用);為顧客保留或存留某商品 Why don't you lay away your wedding outfit?
lay * down + 制訂、訂定 (法規、規則、規定 或程序) Lori lays down the law in her class. English only!
The rules of the sport were laid down early in the nineteenth century.
lay * down + 殺害,謀殺 He got laid down in a turf war about supplying drugs.
lay in on + 嚴厲責罵、斥責或抨擊、批評 My mom really laid in on me when I got home at 4:00 in the morning last night.
lay into + 嚴厲責罵、斥責或抨擊、批評 I saw Reto's mom lay into him when he came home late last night.
 
lay * off + (在生意或營運衰退時期臨時性的) 解雇;停雇 The company was losing money, so they had to lay off 100 workers.
lay * on + 提供,供給,供應 They laid on a buffet lunch at the conference.
lay * out + 陳列;佈置 Why don't we lay the pieces of the table out before we put it together.
lay * out + 花 (錢);投 (資) They laid out thousands of dollars on their wedding reception.
lead * on + 哄騙,誘騙 (某人) She led him on about her desire to get married.
lead to + 導致,引起 The investigation led to the arrest of a number of suspects.
leak * out + 洩漏 (秘密);被洩漏 The company's plans to close the factory leaked out and they were very embarrassed.
lean on + 對...施加壓力;強迫 (某人) 做 (某事) The government has denied leaning on the Attorney General to get his approval of the war.
leap at + 趕緊把握 (機會);趕緊接受 (建議) Tom leaped at the chance to appear in the show.
leap out at + 特別引人注目,立刻引起注意 Her face leapt out at me the second I saw the photo.
leave * on 讓 (電燈) 亮著;讓 (電力機器等) 開動著 Leave the TV on; I want to hear the football results.
leave * out + 遺漏;排除 Why did your parents leave you out of their vacation plans?
let * down + 失望 I felt let down when I didn't receive a birthday card from my sister.
let * down + 把 (衣服、褲子) 加長,放長 My uncle is a tailor, so he can let your pants down.
let * in + 讓某人進入 The door staff didn't let him in the nightclub because he was wearing jeans.
let * off + 不予懲罰,從輕發落;從輕處理 (某事) The judge let him off with a fine rather than a prison sentence since it was his first offence.
let on 洩漏秘密 I didn't mean to let on about the party; I just said it without thinking.
let * out + 放出,釋放  I am happy my brother was let out of prison early.
let * out + 發出 (某種聲音) He let out a huge sigh of relief when he heard the results.
let * out + 把 (衣服、褲子) 加寬,放大 I need to let out this skirt because I have gained weight.
let up 減弱;停止 I told her NO a thousand times, but she won't let up.
level off/out 使平坦 The ground will have to be leveled off before we can start building.
level off/out (道路) 趨於平坦;(使) (飛機高度) 穩定,(飛機穩定在某一高度後) 做水平飛行 The road levels out as you get close to the village.
The pilot leveled off at around 5,000 meters.
The plane leveled off at around 5,000 meters.
level off/out 達到平衡;保持穩定 Now that the war is over, oil prices should level out.
lie around 閒著;無所事事 Most days he would usually just lie around the house.
lie down 休息:躺臥 I need to lie down before we go out tonight.
lie down on + 休息:躺臥 (在沙發、床上) I'm going to lie down on the sofa for a while.
lie with + 由...來決定 Whether or not you can go to the party lies with your father.
lift off (火箭,太空船) 發射,升空 5-4-3-2-1- we have lift off!
light * up + 照亮 Let's get some candles to light this room up.
light * up + 點上香菸、雪茄 John lit up as soon as he got out of the building.
lighten * up + 和緩,減輕 I told them to lighten up but they continued complaining about it.
limber up (比賽前) 做熱身運動 The team limbered up for a few minutes before the game started.
limber up for + 為需要很大力氣或很大努力的事情作準備 They are limbering up for the end of the financial year.
line up 使排隊;使排成一排 The police got them to line up against the wall.
line * up + 使 (某物) 排成一排 He lined the bottles up against the wall.
line * up + 為某人安排活動、事情等 We have lined up a lot of meetings for them.
link * up + (使) 連接;(使) 聯合;(使) 合併 The train links up the cities.
link up with + 與 (某人) 聯繫 We linked up with the firm over the web.
listen out for + 留神地聽 They put their coats on and listened out for the minicab.
listen up (用來引起鬧哄哄人群的注意) 注意聽 (通常用作命令) Listen up, men! Here are your new assignments.
Hey, listen up everybody!
live by + 按照 (某原則、信仰等) 來生活或行事 He tries hard to live by the Bible.
live * down + (能夠改過自新) 使人們忘記 (自己以往的過失等) Jose will never live down singing that song at the karaoke bar. (Jose 恐怕永遠無法使人家忘記他曾在卡拉OK唱那首歌)
live for + 為...而生活,以...為生活的目的;把全部注意力或興趣放在...上 He lives for baseball.
live in 住校,住在工作的地方 The university has a residential halls where students can live in.
live it up (大肆揮霍地) 縱情歡樂,享受人生 She's been living it up like crazy since she won the lottery.
live off + 以 (...的收入) 為生 They find it hard to live off the money they make.
live on + 吃 (某種食物),靠 (某種食物) 生活 I could live on bread and cheese.
live on + 以 (某種收入) 為生 They have to live on $200 a week.
live on (常指一段長時間後) 繼續存在 He's been dead for many years, but his name lives on.
live * out + (在某個地方) 度過餘生 She lived out her final years in a nursing home.
live * out + 實現 (抱負、想法或夢想) Many parents try to live out their dreams through their children.
live out 不住在求學或工作的地方 In my final year at university I lived out with some friends in a flat we rented.
live through + 經歷過,度過 (危險、困難或不愉快的處境) It was hard to live through the recession, but we managed it.
live together (未婚) 同居 We lived together for a few years before we got married.
live up to + 保持...的高水平:符合  It would be hard to live up to her parent's expectations. They are so demanding.
live with + 接受、忍受、容忍 (不愉快的事情) It's hard to live with the pain of a serious illness.
live with + 與 (某人) 同居 I lived with her for a couple of years before the relationship went sour.
load down 使 (某人) 背負 (大量重物);使 (某人) 負擔過重 -- 通常用於被動態 I was loaded down with all the stuff I had to take there.
load up 吸毒 He's been loading up for years.
load up on + 為某特定目的而大吃某種食品 The athletes loaded up on carbohydrates before the race.
lock * away + 把 (某物) 鎖起來 He locked the gun away in a drawer.
lock * away + 把 (某人) 關進監獄;把 (某人) 關進精神病院 They locked him away for life after the murders.
lock * down + 做安全防護措施 If you lock down your computer properly, it is very difficult for people to access it.
lock * in + 把...鎖在裡面;把...關在裡面 They locked him in the room until he had calmed down.
lock onto + 自動瞄準、追蹤 The missile locked onto the plane and blew it out of the sky.
lock * out + 不許 (工人) 進廠 (以迫使工人接受資方條件) The management locked the staff out because they had turned down the pay offer.
lock * out + 把...鎖在外面;把...關在外面 I lost my key and locked myself out.
lock * up + 關閉所有門窗等 She locked up after everyone had left and went home.
lock * up + 把 (某物) 鎖藏起來 I locked my money up in the safe.
lock * up + 關進監獄;關進精神病院 They locked him up for burglary.
lock yourself away + 到某個能獨自唸書或工作的地方 I lock myself away for a few weeks before exams.
log in 登入 (電腦系統) I had forgotten my password and couldn't log in.
log into + 登入 (電腦系統) I logged into the staff intranet to check my email.
log off + 登出 (電腦系統) When she'd finished working on the spreadsheet, she logged off and left the office.
log on + 登入 (電腦系統) He entered his password for the college intranet and logged on.
log out 登出 (電腦系統) Danny closed the programs and logged out when it was time to go home.
look after + 照顧,照料 When my sister goes on vacation, I look after her dog.
look back 回憶,回想,回顧 When we look back, we can now understand what caused the difficulty.
look back on + 回憶起,回想起 When I look back on my childhood, I often feel angry.
look down on + 輕視,看不起 She's so conceited. She looks down on everybody else.
look for + 尋找 [通常用進行式] I'm looking for my keys. Have you seen them?
look forward to + (衷心) 企盼,期望,期待 I am looking forward to traveling to New York next year.
look in (尤指某人生病或可能需要幫助時) 順路探訪,短暫拜訪 I'll look in on my way home.
look in on + (尤指某人生病或可能需要幫助時) 順路探訪,短暫拜訪 I'm going to look in on grannie on the way home tonight as she's been a bit unwell recently.
look into + 調查,研究 (問題,罪行等) The police are looking into the murder.
look on 旁觀 Everybody just looked on as the two men fought.
The crowd just looked on as the old lady was mugged.
look on * as 視為 I look on her as a close friend.
look out 當心,留意 Look out! you're going to drop that!
look * over + 檢查,視察,察看;看一看 They came to look the house over with a view to buying it.
look round + 察看 (房子) We looked round the house and decided that we didn't like it enough to buy it.
look to + 期望,希望,指望 They're looking to me to help improve sales figures.
look * up + 查閱 (字典等)  I take time to look up new vocabulary words.
I didn't know what "loquacious" meant and had to look it up in a dictionary.
look * up + (順道) 看望,拜訪 If you ever travel to Taipei, you should look me up.
look up (情勢等) 好轉,改善 The economy is looking up.
look up to + 尊敬,敬仰 He looks up to his father.
look upon * as 視為 I look upon him as a close friend.
loosen up (運動前) 活動 (肌肉),熱身 The runners are just loosening up before the race.
loosen up 放鬆;變得自在 He was very shy at first but has loosened up and is more talkative now.
lord it over + (sb) 在 (某人) 面前擺架子;對 (某人) 逞威風 She loves to lord it over her employees.
lose out 吃虧;失利;輸 Many people lost out when the new regulations were enforced.
lose out on + (在某方面) 吃虧;失利;失敗 Because I left the company, I lost out on my bonus.
lose out to + 輸給,敗給;被擊敗;被取代 People without IT skills often lose out to those with the skills.
luck out 走運 I really lucked out when I met my partner.
lust after/for + 渴望,渴求 He lusts after/for a Rolex.
lust after/for + 想和 (某人) 嘿咻;貪戀 (色慾、美色或女色) He secretly lusts after/for his friend's wife.
Some men lust for gold, but most lust for women.

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