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Phrasal Verb Thesaurus
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片語動詞 定義 例句
magic * away + 使…快速消失 He magicked the bill away and paid for us all before I could get my wallet out.
magic * up + 使…快速出現 Cindy can magic up a delicious meal in five minutes.
make after + 追逐;追蹤 Gary made after him.
The cat made after the mouse.
The police made after the stolen car.
make away with + 偷走 The thieves made away with the painting.
make do with + 將就;以...來湊合,湊合著用 There's no coffee, so we'll have to make do with tea.
make for + 走向,向...快速前進,衝向,奔向,湧向,駛向等等 We made for home when it started raining.
make into + 把 (某材料) 做成 (某物);使 (某物) 轉變為 (另一物) Many churches have been made into flats in recent years.
make it 成功,做到 (某事);及時趕到或到達 (某目的地) I thought you weren't coming, so I was really pleased you made it.
make it up to + (為某事) 對...作補償 He tried to make it up to her, but she wouldn't speak to him.
make of + 瞭解;理解;(對某人或某事) 有特定看法,評價 - 通常用於疑問句或否定句 What do you make of your new boss?
I don't know what to make of our new teacher.
What do you make of this news?
make off 匆忙離開;(通常指) 逃走 The burglars made off before the police arrived. (竊賊在警方趕到前逃走了)
make off with (= make away with) + 偷走 Thieves made off with over a million dollars in the robbery.
make  out + (辨) 認出來,看清;聽出來 I can't make out your handwriting. What does this say?
make * out + 開出,寫出 (支票、名單等);填寫 (表格) Who should I make this check out to? 
make out + 假裝,裝作 He made out that he was ill so that he didn't have to go to school.
make out 獲得成功 He really made out in the stock market last year.
make out 進展 How is your son making out in his new job?
make out 熱烈親吻 I saw Benno and Isabelle making out in the movie theater last night!
make out with +  某人熱烈親吻 Did you make out with Sally?
make * over 重做,改做 The teacher made me do my homework over.
 
make towards + 走向,向...走去 Peter made towards the door, but stopped and turned to face me. (彼得向門口走去,但又停了下來,轉身面對我)
make * up + 虛構,捏造,編造 (藉口、故事等) Don't believe anything she says. She always makes things up.
make up + 完成錯過或遺落的事情;補考;補課 Fortunately, my professor let me make up the exam I missed yesterday.
make * up + 化妝,塗脂抹粉 I takes me 10 minutes to make my face up.
make up (爭吵後) 和解,言歸於好 You two have been friends for so long that I think you should make up.
make up for + 補償 (損失);彌補 (不足) Allen made up for being late by getting me flowers.
make * up to 補足 (總額),湊足 (總數) The charity collected NT$24,517.57, and the anonymous donor made the total up to NT$25,000.
make with + 給 (予) (通常用作祈使句) Make with the money you owe me.
man down 欠缺男子氣概;沒有勇氣 He manned down and didn't come with us. (他欠缺男子氣概,不敢跟我們一起來)
man up 拿出男子氣概;鼓起勇氣 You need to man up and admit you were wrong. (你必須拿出男子氣概承認你錯了)
The politician told his anonymous critics to man up and speak publicly. (這位政治人物對匿名批評他的人說,勇敢地站出來公開批評他)
mark * down + 標低 (商品) 價格,降低...價格 I'll buy a lot more if you mark them down a bit.
mark * down + 給 (學生) 低分或較低的分數;壓低 (學生的) 分數 Students who gave obviously rehearsed answers were marked down, while those who spoke naturally were rewarded accordingly.
mark * down as 把某人或某物視為屬於某一團體或某一類別或種類 I marked them down as conservatives, but they're very liberal.
mark * off + 劃線標出 (某物);標出 (某物) I marked off the items on the list as I finished them.
mark * out + 劃線標出界限範圍 (如球場) They marked out the pitch.
mark * out for 顯示或注定 (某人) 可能成功 His dedication marked him out for great things.
mark * out from (因某些特質而) 使 (某人) 突出、出類拔萃 Her speed marks her out from the rest of the group.
mark * up + 標低 (商品) 價格,加價,漲價 They mark the goods up by 25% before they sell them.
marry in 與種族、宗教信仰等相同的人結婚 Many religions encourage their followers to marry in.
marry * off + 把 (某人) 嫁出去;為 (某人,尤其是子女) 找結婚對象 She was married off to a doctor under the age of 16. (她未滿 16 歲就被嫁給了一名醫生)
They married their daughter off to a wealthy businessman. (他們把自己的女兒嫁給一名富商)
He has married off all his daughters. (他把女兒都嫁出去了)
marry out 與種族、宗教信仰等不同的人結婚 Her parents disowned her and refused to speak to her when she married out.
marry up 一致,相符 The two lists did not marry up. (這兩份清單不相符)
The two versions of the story don't quite marry up. (那件事的兩種說法不太一致)
marry * up + (使) 匹配;(使) 結合 They need to marry up the names on their list with those on our list and see what the overlap is. (他們和我們名單上的名字需要比對一下,看看有沒有重複)
marry up 與社會地位、階級等較高的人結婚 John would like to meet a rich woman so that he could marry up. (約翰想要認識有錢的女人,好讓自己可以娶到社會地位或階級較高的人)
mash * up + 把 (某物) 弄成糊狀、搗成泥 He mashed up some bananas for the dessert.
mash * up + 混合聲音、影像或其他電腦資料 She mashed up the songs into a single track.
mash * up + 打破;弄壞;損壞 He mashed up my MP3 player and lost my files.
measure * against 藉由比較來評估、判斷或測量 The work doesn't look good if you measure it against what our competitors have done.
measure * off + 量出,裁出 (某數量) Please measure off enough cloth for three pairs of pants.
measure * out + 量出 (某數量)或稱出所需的重量 He measured out the flour for the bread.
measure * up + 估量 (某物) 大小、尺寸 The estate agent measured up all the rooms.
measure up 勝任,合格 She didn't measure up in her probationary period, so we didn't extend her contract.
measure up to + 符合,達到 Tom could never measure up to his father's expectations. (湯姆可能永遠都無法達到他父親的期望)
meet up 遇見,相見,見面 (與當不及物動詞用的 meet 同義) You'll never guess who I met up today - my old classmate! We haven't met for 20 years. (你絕對猜不到我今天遇見了誰 - 我的老同學!我們已經有 20 年沒見面了)
They met (up) in the park. (他們在公園見面)
meet up with + 遇見,相見,見面 (與當及物動詞用的 meet 同義) I'll meet up with you in the library later. (稍後我會在圖書館和你碰面)
I met (up with) her at the theater. (我在戲院遇見了她)
meet with + (英) 偶然遭遇,意外遇到,碰到 (尤指不愉快的事情,如麻煩、危險、困難等) I met with some difficulties when I tried to enter the country. (我在入境時遭遇了一些困難)
She met with a car accident yesterday. (她昨天發生了車禍)
meet with + (美) 會晤,會見 They're meeting with Russian leaders to try to end the crisis. (他們正在會見俄羅斯領導人,試圖結束這場危機)
Our representatives met with several heads of state to discuss the price of oil. (我們的代表會晤了數個國家的首腦,討論石油價格)
melt * down + 熔化,熔毀 They melted down the gold rings and bracelets. (他們將金戒指和金手鐲熔化了)
They melted the gold statue down and turned it into gold bars. (他們將黃金雕像熔化做成金條)
mess * about/around + 閒混;胡鬧;亂弄、亂動 (某物),把...弄糟 The children were messing about with the TV remote control and broke it.
I was messing around on the internet because I couldn't be bothered to do any work.
mess * about/around 輕率地或惡劣地對待 (某人) She is always messing me about/around and never does what she promises.
mess about/around 亂搞男女關係,與 (某人) 有不正當關係 She's not faithful- she's been messing about since they got married.
mess about/around with + 亂搞男女關係,與 (某人) 有不正當關係
He's been messing about with a woman he works with.
mess about/around with + 亂弄、亂動,搞亂,弄糟 The computer was working fine until he started messing around with it.
mess * over + 輕率地或惡劣地對待 (某人) They messed her over when she applied for the job.
mess * up + 把...弄糟,把...破壞 They messed up the discussions and the contract fell through.
mess * up + 把...弄髒,把...弄亂 They messed up the room and left stuff all over the place.
mess * up + 造成心理、身體或情緒問題 He took a lot of LSD and it really messed him up.
mess with + 涉及有害或危險的事物 He's been messing with cocaine.
mess with + 打擾,惹惱,使惱怒 Don't mess with me or there will be trouble.
mess with + 結交,與 (某人) 交往 (通常是負面的) He's been messing with some dangerous people.
mess with + 努力地修理或改善 (但通常不成功) She's been messing with it for hours and it still doesn't work.
mete * out + 給予 (某人) (嚴厲的懲罰) They meted out savage penalties to anyone who broke the law.
mill about/around 走來走去;繞來繞去;漫無目的地兜圈子 There were a lot of people milling around waiting for the bus.
miss out 錯失機會;錯過 It'll be great; you'll be missing out if you don't come.
miss * out + 遺漏;漏掉;漏寫 Make sure you don't miss anyone out when you call their names.
miss out on + 錯失機會;錯過 Ted missed out on the promotion.
mix * up + 混淆,搞混了 I sometimes mix the verb tenses up.
mix * up + 混合;攪和 We need to mix up these different kinds of nuts before we put them in a bowl.
mix up + 使 (舞會等) 生動活潑,熱絡起來 Let's mix up this party with a little disco music.
mock * up + 模擬;用模型展示 I have had experience in mocking up a webpage. (我有編排網頁的經驗)
monkey about/around 胡鬧;搗蛋 The boys were monkeying about in the playground, and one of them got hurt.
The police officer told the drunks to stop monkeying around and go home quietly.
mooch about/around 閒蕩;徘徊;無所事事地晃來晃去 I mooched about the whole afternoon because I didn't feel like working.
mop * up + 解決問題 He was left to mop up the mess after they resigned.
mop * up + 肅清,掃蕩 (殘餘的敵人) After the battle, it took them a couple of weeks to mop up the remaining rebels.
mop * up + 擦去,擦掉 I used a cloth to mop up the coffee I had knocked over.
mope about/around 無精打采地閒蕩;悶悶不樂地閒蕩或走來走去 She didn't get the job and has been moping about all afternoon.
mount up (隨時間) 增加,增長,上升 My debts mounted up while I was at university.
mouth off 肆無忌憚地批評,毫無顧忌地抱怨 I always get angry and start mouthing off when the news is on TV.
move ahead (停頓或延宕後) 繼續進行、推動 The construction can move ahead now that permission has been granted.
move along (叫某人) 走開 The police told the people watching to move along.
move along 取得進展;發展 The project's moving along and everything should be ready on time.
move away 搬家;搬走 I moved away when the factory shut down.
move away from + 捨棄或停用某物而改用他物 They're moving away from Windows and are using Linux.
move * down + 將學生降級 He was finding the course too difficult so they moved him down.
move in 搬進來;搬來 (和某人一塊住) The house was empty for ages, but some new tenants moved in a few weeks ago.
He's moving in with his friends from college.
move in on + 向 (某人或某物) 逼近 The police are beginning to move in on their principal suspects.
move into + 搬進;遷入 They moved into the house as soon as it was ready.
move on 變換 (話題或工作) She moved on to another company where the salary was considerably better.
move * on + (使) 走開,(使) 離開,(使) 不要逗留 The police moved the crowd on because they were holding up the traffic.
move out 搬出;遷出 She's tired of living there and is moving out.
move * out + 調動 The president said they would move the troops out next year.
move out 變換車道來超車 I moved out to overtake the bus.
move towards 為 (某事) 做準備;準備做 (某事) The government are moving towards free elections.
move up (為騰出空間而) 挪動、靠攏 Could you move up and let me sit down?
move * up 晉升;升級 They moved her up to senior management.
muddle along 打混;混日子;得過且過 If you're ambitious, you cannot muddle along.
muddle through 混過去;隨便應付過去 We didn't know what to expect and just muddled through.
muddle * up + 把…弄亂;把…混在一起 My cleaner muddled up my books and I can't find anything.
muddle * up (因為看起來太相似而把人或物) 搞混;弄混;混淆 I muddle her and her sister up.
mug up 臨陣磨槍 (如考試前) I have to mug up before the exam.
mug up on + (考試前) 臨陣磨槍讀 (某科目) I need to mug up on my history for the test.
mull * over + 仔細琢磨;反覆考慮 The committee have mulled over your suggestion but have decided not to accept it because of the cost.
muscle in 硬擠進 (某團體),干涉,強行介入 (某活動) We tried to exclude him of the committee, but he muscled in.
muscle in on + 強行介入,強行插足 She muscled in on the deal even though we wanted to do it without her.
muscle into + 強行介入,強行插足 They are muscling into our market and there is very little we can do to stop them.
muscle * out + (利用權力、人脈關係等) 迫使某人退出 They used their contacts in local government to muscle the competitors out.

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