Phrasal Verb Thesaurus
|pack * away +||收拾，收藏 (某物)||I packed away the suitcases in the loft after we had emptied them.|
|pack * in +||停止；放棄；拋棄 (工作等)||I'm trying to pack in smoking.|
|pack * in +||分手；離婚||She packed her boyfriend in.|
|pack * in||擠進，塞進||They really pack them in at the club- it was so crowded it was impossible to move.|
|pack in||(機器) 故障，壞掉，停止運轉||The photocopier has packed in again.|
|pack it in||停下來 (用作祈使句)||The kids were making a fuss, so I told them to pack it in.|
|pack * off +||匆忙送走 (某人)，匆忙打發走 (某人)；把 (某人) 調走||His boss packed him off to a regional office.|
|pack * out +||讓 (某空間、房間或場地) 擠滿人||The stadium was packed out.|
|pack * up +||停止 (做某事)||You should pack up smoking.|
|pack up||停止工作，收工，停止活動；不再嘗試||We had nothing left to do, so we packed up early.|
|pack up||(機器) 故障，壞掉，停止運轉||My printer packed up last night- I'll have to get a new one.|
|pack * up +||收拾 (某物) 並放好||At the end of the presentation, I packed up my laptop.|
|pad down||晚上睡在某處||I'm too tired to come home; can I pad down here tonight?|
|pad * out +||加入額外的內容 (通常是不相關的內容) 來使 (文章、作品等) 變得冗長||I couldn't think of much to write, so I padded the essay out with a few lengthy quotes.|
|pair off||使成配偶；結婚||They paired off shortly after starting university.|
|pair * off||介紹男女雙方認識，希望它們開始交往||I tried to pair him off with my sister.|
|pair off||配對；使分成或組成一對對||The class paired off to practice the exam interviews.|
|pair off with +||和某人配對||I paired off with Eugene for the test.|
|pair up||組成一對；成為搭檔 (通常為了工作或比賽的目的)||We paired up for the last activity|
|pal up||成為好友||We palled up when I started working with her.|
|palm * off||以欺騙手段賣出 (假貨、劣貨)||He tried to palm me off with a pathetic excuse.|
|palm * off + as||以 (假貨、劣貨) 充 (真貨、好貨) 騙人購買||He tried to palm his computer off as the latest model.|
|pan out||結果成功；有成果；行得通 ；(事情的) 發展 (一般用於疑問或否定句)||
The trip to Vegas
didn't pan out.
I don't know how things will pan out now the company's been taken over.
|paper over +||掩蓋，掩飾 (過失、缺陷、問題等)||The government tried to paper over the problems in the proposal, but the press were very critical.|
|pare * back +||縮減尺寸、大小、規模；減少數量||They have had to pare back the services they offer as their funding was reduced.|
|pare * down +||削減，減少，降低||They have pared down the number of employees as they haven't been doing well.|
|part with +||捨棄；割捨||I found it very hard to part with my old CDs when I digitized my collection.|
|pass * around +||發給在場的每個人||The teacher passed the handout around.|
|pass as +||假扮；冒充；被看做或被認為是 (某人或某物)||Although not qualified, he managed to pass as a doctor for years.|
|pass away||去世；過世；死亡||After battling cancer for several years, he finally passed away at the age of 87.|
|pass * back +||發回||I felt awful when the teacher started to pass back the exam papers.|
|pass by||從 (某人、某物) 旁經過||I was just passing by when I saw the accident.|
|pass * by||不注意，對...不予理會，無視，忽視||The chance for promotion passed me by. (我未受到升遷機會的眷顧 -- 升遷機會輪不到我)|
|pass * down +||把 (知識、技能或財產) 往下傳或傳給年輕的一代；(故事等) 流傳下來||The tales were passed down for centuries without changing any of the words.|
|pass for +||假扮；冒充；充當；被看做，被接受為||You'd be surprised at what passes for good cooking in many restaurants.|
|pass * off +||以 (假貨、劣貨) 騙人||I managed to pass off the fake money in the market.|
|pass off||舉行，發生；進行||The demonstration passed off peacefully.|
|pass * on +||傳給；傳閱||Please pass this message on to your co-workers.|
|pass on +||不接受或婉拒 (吃飯或活動的邀請)||Jennifer passed on the invitation to join us for dinner.|
|pass on||去世；過世；死亡||I am afraid Professor Johnson has passed on.|
|pass * out +||大量分發、發給||We need to pass out these flyers for the concert tomorrow.|
|pass out||昏過去；失去知覺||He passed out because the room was too hot.|
|pass * over||忽視資深者而晉升、獎勵比較資淺者||They passed him over and made his assistant the new director.|
|pass over +||忽視；不理睬，不理會；不予討論||Let's pass over what they said and get on.|
|pass * round +||(在現場的一群人中) 傳遞，傳來傳去||They passed round copies of the handbook.|
|pass through +||經過；路過||I didn't see much as I was only passing through the town.|
|pass * up +||錯過 (機會)||I can't believe she passed up the opportunity to study in Rome.|
|pat * down||(用手) 搜查，搜 (某人) 的身||
The police patted
them down for weapons but found nothing.
All of the passengers were patted down by the airport police.
|patch * together +||倉促拼湊 (某物或觀點)||They patched together a coalition after the election.|
|patch * up +||平息，解決 (糾紛、爭端等)；重修 (舊好)||I tried to patch things up after the argument, but they wouldn't speak to me.|
|patch * up +||給予 (傷者) 基本治療||After the accident, they patched her up and sent her to hospital.|
|pay * back +||償還||I paid back the twenty pounds I'd borrowed.|
|pay * back||報復||I'm going to pay him back for that insult.|
|pay * for||購買||I paid twenty dollars for the book.|
|pay * into||把 (錢、支票等) 存入 (銀行或其他帳戶)||I paid the cash into my account.|
|pay * off +||還清 (債務、債款)||It took me ten years to pay off my credit card debt.|
|pay * off +||行賄||Don't try to pay the police officer off if you get pulled over for speeding.|
|pay off||取得成功，獲得收益；有收益，有賺頭||Their patience paid off when he finally showed up and signed the contract.|
|peck at +||一點一點地吃 (食物)||The food wasn't very nice, so I pecked at it to look polite.|
|peel away (= peel off)||離群；離隊||Some of the crowd peeled away to get out of the crush.|
|peel away from +||離群；離隊||They peeled away from the crowd and went down a side road.|
|peel off (= peel away)||離群；離隊||When the police blocked the road, a few protesters peeled off and left the march.|
|peel off from +||離群；離隊||They peeled off from the demonstration when the police arrived.|
|peel out||(汽車從靜止狀態) 迅速離去，呼嘯而去||
Pattie peeled out
of the parking lot.
Fearing the police, he peeled out in a cloud of tire smoke.
|peg away||堅持不懈地做 (工作、某事)||I pegged away for weeks before my exams.|
|peg * down +||將 (某物) 固定在地上||We pegged the tent down to stop the wind blowing it about.|
|peg it||死亡，過世||After a long illness, she finally pegged it yesterday.|
|peg * out +||把 (洗好的衣物) 掛曬到外面||I pegged the washing out after it stopped raining.|
|peg out||死亡，過世||He pegged out last night from a heart attack.|
|pencil * in +||暫時安排；暫定||I'll pencil Thursday night in, but if anything comes up, give me a ring.|
|pep * up +||使更有趣||You need to pep your writing up.|
|pep * up +||使充滿活力；使振作精神||Her talk pepped us up.|
|perk * up +||使快活、愉快起來；使振作、精神振奮起來||She was ill in bed with flu, but she perked up a bit when some friends dropped by.|
|peter out||漸漸枯竭；逐漸消失||Everyone was keen at first, but the enthusiasm petered out when they saw how long it would take.|
|phase * in +||逐步採用 (或實施)||They are phasing in the reforms over the next two years.|
|phase * out +||逐步結束 (或淘汰)||They have introduced a compact edition of the newspaper and are phasing out the broadsheet edition over the next few months.|
|pick at +||(像無食慾一樣) 挑挑揀揀地吃，一點一點地吃||I wasn't very hungry so I just picked at my food.|
|pick at +||批評，抨擊||There were a few problems that could be picked at, but it was generally good.|
|pick * off +||個個擊破||There were many rebels against the policy, but the government picked off the leaders.|
|pick on +||欺負；過不去；選擇 (某人或某物) 做為受罰或挨罵的對象||She keeps picking on me! Make her stop.|
|pick * out +||精心挑選||Diane picked out a lovely dress for the dance.|
|pick * out +||從照片中指認||The victim couldn't pick out her attacker from the photos the police showed her.|
|pick through +||在雜亂無章的東西中搜尋某事物||The police have been picking through the wreckage for clues.|
|pick * up +||(用手) 舉起 (物品)||Keep your back straight when you pick the TV up.|
|pick * up +||(用車子) 接載 (某人)||What time are you going to pick me up.|
|pick * up +||輕鬆地學會，學得||It's possible to pick up enough English in two weeks to get by on your trip to Los Angeles.|
|pick * up +||勾搭 (某人) (通常在酒吧裡)||Some weird guy tried to pick Patricia up at the bar.|
|pick up||成長；起色；增加；改善||Business is really picking up this quarter.|
|pick up after +||整理、收拾某人所製造的髒亂或凌亂||I always have to pick up after him because he leaves things all over the office.|
|pick up on +||糾正某人所說的錯誤||My teacher picks up on any mistake I make and corrects me.|
|pick up on +||注意到大多數人未注意的事物||He's very quick to pick up on new trends.|
|pick up on +||對某事做出回應、反應||The government has picked up on the reports in the media.|
|pick up on +||對稍早或先前在談話中所說的某事發表評論||I'd like to pick up on the point that John made.|
|pick yourself up||從失敗、沮喪、挫折、陰霾等中恢復過來或站起來||
It took him a long time to pick himself up after his wife left him.
|pig out||大吃大喝；狼吞虎嚥||The food was great, so I really pigged out.|
|pile in||蜂擁而入||They opened the doors and all of us piled in.|
|pile into +||蜂擁而入；擠進 (汽車等)||We piled into the shop when it opened.|
|pile * on +||大量增加；大舉進行||Work's crazy- they keep piling on the pressure.|
|pile * on +||大肆渲染壞的情況；過份誇大糟糕的情況||It wasn't very serious, but they piled on the guilt.|
|pile out||蜂擁而出||The train eventually arrived and we all piled out.|
|pile * up +||(使) 堆積，(使) 積壓||The child piled up the bricks until they fell over.|
|pin * down +||要 (某人) 做出決定，要 (某人) 表態，要 (某人) 採取行動，要 (某人) 遵守 (諾言)||I've asked him to set a date, but he's a hard man to pin down and won't give a definite answer.|
|pin * down +||確切說明 (某事物) 的性質，明確說明 (某事物)；查明，認出 (某人或某事物)||The government can't pin down where the leak came from.|
|pin * on||把 (罪責、責任等) 加在 (某人) 身上||The police tried to pin the crime on him.|
|pin * up +||把 (某物) (用針、別針等) 固定在牆壁或其他垂直表面上||I pinned the notice up on the board.|
|pine away||因悲傷、壓力、擔心而憔悴；因疾病而衰弱||He's been pining away since his wife died and is a shadow of his former self.|
|pipe down||安靜下來||The lecturer asked the students to pipe down and pay attention.|
|pipe up||開始說話；開始高聲說話||At first, no one answered, then finally someone piped up.|
|pit * against||較量，對抗；使較量，使對抗||The war pitted neighbor against neighbor.|
|pitch for +||爭取 (工作，交易，生意等)||He pitched for the job, but they gave it to someone else.|
|pitch in||一起做起來；參與、投入某活動||We were behind schedule, but the others pitched in and we got it done in time.|
|pitch into +||嚴厲批評 (某人)；攻擊 (某人)||The shareholders pitched into the management about their pay rises at the meeting.|
|plant * out +||將在花盆或溫室中培育長大的植物移植種在地裡||They need to be planted out in the spring.|
|play along||(為了使某人高興或得到自己想要的東西而) 假裝同意或接受 (某人，某觀點等)||I disagreed with the idea but I had to play along because everyone else liked it.|
|play about/around||(尤指本該做其他事情時) 胡鬧，瞎搞||The children were play around and being annoying.|
|play at +||把...不當一回事；對 (某事) 敷衍了事||He just plays at being a lawyer- he never wins a case.|
|play away||出外時偷腥||He travels abroad a lot and his wife thinks he plays away.|
|play * back +||重播 (錄影、錄音或電話留言)||We played the recording back to see if it was OK.|
|play * down +||淡化；貶低；減低...的重要性||The President played down his affair with the intern.|
|play off||加賽以決定勝負||As both teams had the same points, they played off to decide the winner.|
|play * off against||挑撥離間，使相互爭鬥、對抗 (以坐收漁利)||He played them off against each other to get the best deal.|
|play on||繼續比賽||It looked like a foul, but the referee told them to play on.|
|play on||繼續演奏||The band played on for another hour.|
|play on/upon +||利用 (某人的弱點)；玩弄 (某人的情感或特質) (以獲取自己想要的東西)||They are just playing on our fears to get us to do what they want.|
|play on +||一語雙關||The advert plays on the slogan.|
|play out||以...方式發展；以...作結局||Let's see how things play out.|
|play * out +||裝出...真的發生的樣子||Computer games allow people to play out their violent urges.|
|play * out +||把...表演完；把 (比賽) 進行到底||Rain stopped them playing the game out.|
|play up +||誇大...的重要性；大肆喧染；凸顯||She played up her part in the new movie, but it was actually a very small role.|
|play up||調皮搗蛋；製造麻煩||The children played up all evening and drove the babysitter mad.|
|play up to +||逢迎，討好，巴結 ，取悅，奉承，向 (某人) 獻殷勤||She has been playing up to the boss because she wants a promotion.|
|play with +||擺弄，玩弄 (某物)||He can't stop playing with his beard.|
|play with +||沒有吃很多；吃了一點而已||I wasn't hungry, so I just played with the food.|
|play with +||稍作考慮||We played with the idea, but decided against it.|
|plead out||認罪 (以減輕刑期或罰款)||The CEO pleaded out and blamed the CFO for the fraud.|
|plough/plow * back + (plough 和 plow 分別為英式和美式拼法)||把 (利潤) 再投資||We ploughed/plowed back all the profits to grow the company.|
|plough/plow into +||猛然撞上 (某人或某物)||The bus skidded and ploughed/plowed into the bus stop.|
|plough/plow on||不畏艱難地繼續 (做某事)；勉為其難地繼續堅持下去||It was really boring, but we ploughed/plowed on.|
|plough/plow through +||大吃一頓||We ploughed/plowed through all seven courses.|
|plough/plow through +||閱讀 (困難或須耗費許多時間的東西)||It took me ages to plough/plow through 'Ulysses'.|
|plough/plow through +||艱難地、緩慢地或費力地通過 (人群、水域、雪地等)||The boat had to plough/plow through the ice.|
|plough/plow * up +||犁 (地)；翻 (土)||The tractor ploughed/plowed up the field so they could sow the seed.|
|pluck at +||(多次) 扯，揪||He was plucking at his cuffs during the interview.|
|pluck * up +||鼓起 (勇氣)||They plucked up the courage to complain.|
|plug * in +||將 (設備等) 接通電源||He plugged the TV in and turned it at full blast.|
|plump * down||隨意地放置||He plumped his bag down and kicked his shoes off.|
|plump for +||選定，挑選||I plumped for the steak frites.|
|plump oneself down +||隨意地坐下||She plumped herself down next to me and started asking me what had happened.|
|point * out +||指出||I'd like to point out that figures in column two might be outdated.|
|poke about/around||(尤指透過搬動或翻動物品) 搜索，到處找||I poked about in my CD collection to see if I could find it.|
|polish * off +||吃光；喝完；完成；結束||She polishes off half a bottle of gin every night.|
|polish * up +||(透過練習) 改善、改進或提高 (某事物)||I need to polish up my French before I go to Paris.|
|pony * up +||還 (帳)，付 (錢)||I had to pony fifty dollars up for the meal.|
|poop out||疲憊不堪；(因精疲力竭而) 決定停止做 (某事)||I was going to write my essay, but I pooped out and went to bed instead.|
|poop out on +||(對某人) 爽約||We were supposed to meet yesterday, but she pooped out on me at the last minute.|
|pop in||作短暫訪問；短暫停留||He popped in for a coffee on his way home.|
|pop off||大聲地說；大聲地抱怨||He's always popping off when things don't suit him.|
|pop off||短暫外出；出去一下||He's just popped off for a break but should be back in a few minutes.|
|pop out||短暫外出；出去一下||I'm just popping out to the shops. Do you need anything while I'm out?|
|pop up||(電腦視窗或對話方塊) 彈出||The dialogue box popped up when I pressed Enter.|
|pop up||突然出現；突然發生；突然來到||I'm going to have to work late tonight because something has popped up.|
|pore over +||仔細閱讀；仔細審視||She pored over the report looking for mistakes.|
|potter about/around (+)||慢條斯理地做事；悠哉悠哉地做事||
On Saturday mornings,
potter about the garden if the weather's fine.
I pottered around, sorting out my CDs and a few other things.
|pour down||下大雨||It poured down all day so we had to remain indoors.|
|pour forth||大量出現；大量湧出||Useless statistics pour forth from him.|
|power * down +||切斷電腦或電子裝置的電力供應||I powered down my computer and went for lunch.|
|power * off +||切斷電腦或電子裝置的電力供應來將其關閉||You mustn't power it off while it is updating.|
|power * up +||打開電腦或電子裝置來使用||I powered up my laptop and started work.|
|prattle on||不斷地快速而無意義地說話||George just prattled on instead of giving a straight answer.|
|press ahead (with something)||奮力前進；勇往直前；把 (某事) 堅持下去||They pressed ahead with the elections despite the violence.|
|press for +||催促；逼迫；竭力要求||The workers are pressing for better pay and conditions.|
|press on||奮力前進；勇往直前；把 (某事) 堅持下去||We pressed on to get to our destination before night fell.|
|prey on/upon +||捕食 (動物或其他生物)||Spiders prey on insects.|
|prey on/upon +||恃強凌弱；欺負||They prey on older people.|
|price * in +||在訂定或評估價格時將未來可能發生的風險考慮在內||Speculators have priced in the risk of a war breaking out.|
|price * up +||定價過高，索價過高；漫天要價||Don't buy your camera at that shop, because they price them up terribly.|
|print * out +||(電腦文件) 印出||He printed out the letter and checked through it carefully.|
|prop * up +||支撐，頂住；(提供政治、財政或軍事援助以) 扶持，維持||The council have propped up the museum for years with grants.|
|psych * out +||想出或預先猜出 (某人的意圖)||We have to try to psych out our rivals.|
|psych * out +||使 (某人) 膽怯；使 (某人) 喪失信心||Boxers try to psych their opponents out before the fight to gain an advantage.|
|psych * up +||使 (某人) 做好心理準備||I psyched myself up for the exam.|
|pucker up||噘起嘴唇 (等著接吻)||She puckered up when he leant forwards to kiss her.|
|pull ahead||加速超過；超前，領先，追過||Let that fast car pull ahead; I'd rather have such a driver in front of me than behind me.|
|pull * apart||把 (某人的作品、文章、論據、理論等) 批評得一無是處||My tutor pulled my essay apart.|
|pull * apart||把 (兩個正在打架的人或動物) 拉開||A fight broke out in the pub and it was hard to pull the people involved apart.|
|pull away||(車輛或司機) 開走，駛出 (某地方)||Just as I was pulling away from the parking place, another car crashed into mine.|
|pull * back +||扳回 (在足球比賽中落後時進球)||They were two-nil down until five minutes before the end, when they pulled back a goal.|
|pull * back +||(軍隊) 撤退，撤回||They have pulled the troops back from the front line.|
|pull back||決定不做||They pulled back from the deal.|
|pull back||躲開；閃避||She pulled back when he tried to kiss her.|
|pull * down +||賺得||He pulls down about $300,000 a year.|
|pull * down +||拆除，拆掉||They pulled the old cinema down to build a new shopping mall.|
|pull * down +||使 (某人) 沮喪||Losing her job pulled her down.|
|pull for +||支持||Who will you be pulling for in the final?|
|pull in||(火車) 進站，到站||The train pulled in and we rushed to meet her as she got off.|
|pull in||(駛向路邊或建築物旁邊) 停車||
Mark pulled in
too quickly and crashed into the wall.
I pulled in to let the passengers out.
|pull * in +||吸引||The program pulled in 3.6 million viewers.|
|pull * in +||逮捕 (某人) 或將 (某人) 帶回警局偵訊||The police pulled them in after the trouble.|
|pull * off +||成功做成 (某件困難或棘手的事)||No one thought that she would be able to do it, but she pulled it off in the end.|
|pull off||(車、船等) 駛離||
When the lights
turned green, the car pulled off.
The boat pulled off from the shore.
|pull * on +||(尤指迅速地) 穿上，戴上||I pulled on a jumper when the sun went in.|
|pull out||(火車) 離站||
Our train pulls
out at 8:00, so don't be late.
The train was pulling out when I got there.
|pull out||(車輛或司機) 開出；(車輛) 超車開到或插在 (別車) 前面||
The traffic was so
bad that it took me ages to pull out.
She just pulled out in front of me without indicating.
|pull out||退出；擺脫||The project was going badly and they decided to pull out.|
|pull * out +||(軍隊) 撤退，撤離||People want the government to pull the troops out.|
|pull * over +||(車輛或司機) 停靠 (在路邊)||The police pulled the car over.|
|pull * over +||(警察命令駕駛人把車) 開到路邊||The police pulled the car over and tested the driver for alcohol.|
|pull through||從 (疾病、負傷等) 康復；恢復健康||
I didn't think she
was going to make it, but she pulled through in the end.
Don't worry. Your dad's going to pull through.
|pull * through +||使度過難關||
He said the support
of his fans had pulled him through.
A gift of money from the government pulled the theater company through their money troubles.
|pull * to||把 (已打開的) 門或窗戶關上||Could you pull the door to, please?|
|pull together||(一群人) 通力合作||If we all pull together, we'll have it finished in no time.|
|pull up||(使車輛) 停住||The cab pulled up outside my house and I got out.|
|pull * up||制止並斥責||He pulled me up because I had got my facts wrong.|
|pull yourself together||控制你自己的情緒；要控制住你自己||He was so angry that he couldn't pull himself together.|
|push in +||插隊；擠到等候隊伍的前面||She just pushed in the queue in front of me at the supermarket checkout.|
|put * across +||使 (自己的想法、建議等) 被瞭解；表達；溝通||
I thought Ms. Smith
put her ideas across rather clearly in the meeting.
He found it difficult to put across what he wanted to say at the meeting.
|put * away +||把 (某物) 收起來或放回原處||He put the dictionary away on the shelf after he'd finished the crossword.|
|put * away||把 (某人) 關進 (監獄或精神病院)||The judge put him away for ten years for robbery.|
|put * away +||儲存 (金錢) 備用||I try to put some money away every month towards our summer holiday.|
|put * back +||拖延，推遲||The AGM has been put back until July the seventeenth.|
|put * by +||儲存 (金錢) 備用||
I try to put
some money by every month towards our summer holiday.
Try to put a little bit by each week.
|put * down||殺死 (年老、體弱、生病或危險的動物) (通常以 have sth put down 形式出現)||He had his dog put down because it was in a lot of pain from its tumors.|
|put * down +||慢慢放下，擱下 (某物)||Put the gun down slowly and keep your hands where I can see them.|
|put * down for +||把 (某人) 登記在 (認捐多少錢等) 的名單上||I have put you down for NT$200,000, is that all right?|
|put * down to +||把 (某事) 歸因於||He didn't score many, but we can put that down to inexperience.|
|put * in +||安裝||They had to put in a whole new central heating system because the house was so cold.|
|put * in +||投資||To start up the business, they each put in NT$100,000.|
|put in for +||(正式) 要求||He put in for a transfer to the new branch.|
|put off||延宕；推遲；延後||The concert's been put off until next month because the singer's got a throat infection.|
|put * off +||延宕；推遲；使延期||Don't put off your homework - do it now!|
|put * off +||使不想做；使反感；使倒胃口||
I was really put
off by the way he eats with his mouth open.
The smell put me off my food.
|put * on +||體重增加，發胖，長肉||He's put on a lot of weight since he gave up smoking.|
|put * on +||穿上；戴上||
Make sure you put
on a sweater before you go outside.
I put my coat on before we went out.
|put * on||欺騙；愚弄；對...撒謊||
I didn't believe a
thing he said. I think he was putting me on.
I am not putting you on.
|put * out +||發表；播出；出版||
put out an appeal on TV for money for the victims of the flooding in
The government has put out a statement denying these rumors.
|put * out +||使 (火) 熄滅，使停止燃燒||
Don't use water to
put out a grease fire.
He put out his cigarette before entering the building.
|put * out||使某人感到不便；給某人添麻煩||
I don't want to
put you out, but could you pick me up at the airport?
Would it be putting you out greatly if I asked to change to another day?
|put * over +||成功地執行 (陰謀、騙局等)||They put over a clever practical joke on us.|
|put * through||為 (打電話者) 接通 (某人)||Could you put me through to extension 259 please?|
|put * towards||出 (錢)；捐獻||She put $250 towards the cost of the repairs and we had to pay the rest.|
|put * up||留客人在家小住 (並提供飲食)；為 (某人) 提供膳宿||
Can you put me
while I'm in town?
She put me up for the night because I'd missed the last bus and there were no night buses running.
|put * up +||提高，增加 (價格、學費、稅額等)||The government has put tuition fees for undergraduate students up again.|
|put * up to||慫恿；教唆||His friends put him up to stealing it.|
|put up with +||忍受，忍耐||
Sandy will not put
up with smoking in her house.
I can't put up with my neighbor's noise any longer; it's driving me mad.