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Phrasal Verb Thesaurus
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片語動詞 定義 例句
race off 趕緊離開;快速離開某地 They raced off when the police arrived.
rack off 叫某人離開 (因為他們太吵或太煩人了) He told her to rack off.
rack out 睡覺;小睡 I'm tired- I'm going to rack out.
rack * up + (在比賽中) 獲 (勝),得 (分) With a skillful game, he racked up ten more points for his team.
rain down on + 大量地落下 Bombs rained down on the city all night.
rain off (比賽或戶外活動) 因雨暫停或取消 (通常用被動態) The match was rained off.
rain out (比賽或戶外活動) 因雨暫停或取消 (通常用被動態) The game was rained out.
rake * in + 輕易地賺取、撈到 (大筆的金錢) His wife's raking in thousands a day.
rake it in 賺大錢,獲取大筆錢財 It's the only shop in the area and they're raking it in.
rake * off + (不正當地) 索費太高;拿回扣 They rake tourists off all the time.
rake * over + 翻舊帳 They keep raking over the rows we had last year.
rake * up + 重提,翻出 (舊事) The press have raked up some scandals from her past.
ramble on 漫無邊際地閒扯 Quit rambling on- I’m tired of listening to you.
ramp * up + 提高或增加 (某物的) 價格、速度或力量 The company has ramped its prices up because of higher oil prices.
rap * out + 大聲而急促地說、宣布、發佈等 She rapped out the command.
rat  on + 告發 (某人);出賣 (某人);背棄 (某人) She ratted on her neighbours to the police because they were smuggling alcohol from France.
rat  on + 背信,食言 He always rats on his promises.
rat * out 告發 (某人) He ratted me out to the police.
rat through + 匆忙或倉促地尋找 (某物) I ratted through the papers on my desk but couldn't find the letter.
ratchet * up + 增加 The media are trying to ratchet up the pressure on the president.
 
rattle * off + 輕易迅速地做出 (某一動作);迅速地引用數據 She rattled off loads of statistics which nobody could understand.
reach out 伸出手 I reached out and caught the ball.
reach out for + 試圖完成 (困難的事情) They are reaching out for major economic reforms.
reach out to + 請求協助 I reached out to you when I was in trouble and you were a great help.
reach out to + 提供協助 Charities are reaching out to those who lost their homes in the floods.
reach out to + 嘗試與人溝通並建立良好關係 The candidates are reaching out to the poor to get their votes.
read * off + 大聲宣讀或唸出來 (好讓某人可以記下來) I read off the figures and she wrote them down in her notebook.
read * out + 宣讀,讀出來,唸出來 The teacher read out the names of the students who'd passed.
read up on + 對 ... 做深入的研究;攻讀 (某學科) I need to read up on the company before I go on the job interview.
reason * out + (經由推論) 想出 He reasoned out the answer to the math problem.
reckon on + 指望,仰賴,依靠 Jeff says we can reckon on there being at least fifty people there tonight.
reel * in + 釣到魚並把魚線收回 He reeled in a ten-pound salmon.
reel * off + 迅速地引用統計或數據 The minister reeled off a load of figures to support her position.
reel * off + 一場接一場連贏許多比賽 They reeled off five victories and became the champions.
reel * out + 從 (捲軸等) 把線、繩放出來 I reeled out the hose and watered the lawn.
rein * in + 控制,抑制 They had to rein the minister in after her dreadful performance on TV.
rent * out + 出租 (房屋、辦公室等) They rented their house out while they were abroad.
ride away/off 騎 (腳踏車、摩托車、馬等) 離去 She got on her motorbike and rode off.
ride on/upon + 決定於...的,取決於...的 His reputation is riding on this deal working out.
ride * out + 平安度過 (難關、麻煩等) They managed to ride out the recession.
ride up (穿在身上的衣服) 往上縮 Her skirt rode up when she sat down.
ring * back 回電話 (給某人) I phoned and left a message this morning but she still hasn't rung me back.
ring in 打電話 (給辦公室、電台、電視台等) I rang in and told them I would be late.
ring off 掛斷電話 Amy rang off guiltily when she saw her boss coming.
ring out 發出響亮的聲音 Two shots rang out and then we heard a scream.
ring round/around 給 (許多人) 打電話 (通常是為了知道某事或想取得某方面的資訊) I rang round to see if anyone knew where she'd gone.
ring * up 打電話 (給某人) Jack rang me up last night at 3:00 in the morning.
ring * up + (數量或金額) 達到 The company rang up about $200 million in trading losses.
ring * up + 把 (收進的錢款) 輸入收銀機 They rang up the bill for the groceries.
ring with + (某個場所) 充滿響亮的聲音 The room rang with their laughter.
rip * off + 敲竹槓,敲詐 (錢財) Tourists get ripped off a lot when they don't speak the language.
roll back 撤退 The army rolled back when they came under attack.
roll back + 降低,減少或消除 The government want to roll back the freedom of the press.
roll by (時間) 消逝 Three years has rolled by.
roll in 姍姍來遲 They rolled in very drunk at three o'clock in the morning.
roll in 滾滾而來,紛至沓來,大量湧入 The tanks rolled in and took control of the capital city.
roll on 繼續進行;繼續前進 The competition rolled on despite the administrative problems.
roll on! + 但願 (某一天或某一事) 早日到來 Roll on Friday! It's been a dreadful week.
roll * out + 展開或推出 (新產品,新服務等) The company rolled out its takeover plans last week.
roll up 成群地到達,到場 Thousands rolled up to see the stars at the film premiere.
roll up! 快來,快來;快來看,快來加入
Roll up! Come and see the circus tonight.
romp in 輕易地獲勝 In the first race, the favorite romped in.
romp through + 輕易地通過 (考試等);輕易或快速地完成某事 We romped through the tasks because they were so simple.
room * in + 使孕婦產後跟嬰兒在一起 Nowadays, most hospitals have a policy of rooming in mothers and their babies.
root about 翻找,搜尋 (某物) He rooted about in his briefcase, trying to find a pen.
root around + 翻找,搜尋 (某物) I rooted around my flat trying to find the letter.
root for + 為...喝采,為...加油 Everyone was rooting for Arsenal to win the Champions League.
root * out + 找出,查出,搜尋出 The police rooted out the informer.
root * out + 根除,剷除,肅清 (不需要的東西) They are trying to root out the troublemakers.
root * up + (將植物) 連根拔起 He rooted up the plants and replanted them.
rope * in + 說服 (某人) 去做 (不情願做的事) The teacher roped her students in to carry her stuff when she had to change classroom.
rope * off + (通常因有危險而) 用繩索將某區域圍起來 The celebrity entrance was roped off from the general public.
rough * up + 毆打 (某人);對 (某人) 動粗 The mugger roughed him up when he refused to hand his wallet over.
round * off + 圓滿完成 (或結束) Winning the FA Cup rounded off a wonderful season for Arsenal.
round on + 憤怒地回應 The prime minister rounded on critics who have been calling for his resignation.
round * up + 圍捕;搜捕 Dozens of political activists have been rounded up for questioning.
rub along 友好相處;關係不錯 They're not friends, but we rub along.
rub * down + 用布或毛巾擦乾或擦乾淨 I rubbed myself down with a dry towel.
rub * down + 給某人按摩以幫助他們放鬆 The trainer rubbed her down after the race.
rub * in + 塗抹乳液或藥膏等物質並擦之直到被吸收為止 He applied the steroid cream and rubbed it in.
rub it in 揭某人的瘡疤 Even though the minister had resigned, the press rubbed it in by publishing more details of the scandal.
rub off on (好的事物) 對 … 產生影響,感染 His enthusiasm rubs off on everyone around him.
rub * out + 用橡皮擦掉 He rubbed out the figure and wrote the correct one in.
rub * out + 幹掉 (某人) The gangsters rubbed him out for stealing from them.
rule * out + 排除 I wouldn't rule out the possibility of moving to another country if I get a good job offer.
run across + 與 ... 不期而遇;偶然碰見 I ran across some old photos while I was cleaning my house.
run after + 追趕,追逐 (某人,某物) The police ran after the guy who'd stolen it, but he was too fast for them.
run after + 追求 (異性) He was running after her for ages but never managed to get a date.
run against + (美) 與 (某人) 在競選中角逐 Gore ran against Bush in the 2000 elections in the U.S.A.
run against + 反對 Opinion is running against his policies and he has very little support.
run along 走開,離開 (常用作祈使句) They kept disturbing him, so he told them to run along and leave him in peace.
Run along, I'm busy now.
run away 離家出走;私奔 The child ran away because her parents beat her.
She ran away to avoid a forced marriage.
run away (from +) 從 (追你的人) 逃走,跑掉 He ran away from his attackers.
run * down + 找到 Have you run down those phone numbers I asked for last week?
run * down 詆毀;批評;說 ... 的壞話 My boss runs everyone down.
run * down + (車輛) 撞到 (行人),撞傷 (人等),撞翻 (某物) My dog was run down by a bus.
The minicab ran him down on the zebra crossing.
run down (鐘錶) 停了;(電池) 用完沒電了 You need to wind your watch so it doesn't run down.
run for + 競選 (公職) Gore is running for president of the U.S.A.
run * in + 逮捕;把 (某人) 帶回警局偵訊 They ran him in last night.
run * in + (小心地) 駕駛新車 (以免損壞引擎) She ran the car in for a thousand miles.
run in 偶然造訪 We ran in and chatted for an hour.
run * in + 把 (某物) 插入 (某物) He ran a graph in next to the text.
run into + 不期而遇;偶然碰見 I ran into my English teacher at the movies last night. She's so nice!
run into + 花費;累計達到 (某金額、數量) The project has run into millions of dollars without any prospect of a return on this investment.
run * off + 使.. 落荒而逃;使 ... 離去 The new government is trying to run the drug traffickers off.
run * off 複印,影印 Would you mind running off 10 copies of this document for me?
run off 快速離開 Why did you run off after the party?
run off (液體) 流出 You shouldn't swim where the sewage runs off into the ocean.
run on + 靠...運轉 、運行 The van runs on diesel.
run out of + 用罄了,用完了,用光了,吃完了 We ran out of milk this morning, so we need to go to the store.
run over + 再次說明 Could you run over that point again; I'm afraid I didn't quite understand it.
run * over + (開車) 碾過,撞倒 The driver couldn't stop in time and ran the fox over when it ran in front of his car.
run over 超出 (預期的時間) The meeting ran over by twenty minutes.
run through + 練習;排演 The cast ran through the play the day before it opened to the public.
run * through (用刀、劍等) 刺穿 (某人) The musketeer ran his enemy through with a sword and killed him.
run to + 去找 (某人) (投訴、求援、指點等);求助於 (某人) Whenever he gets into debt, he runs to his parents for help.
run to + 買得起;有足夠的錢購買 (某物) -- 通常用於否定句 I don't think we can run to a new mobile phone at the moment.
run up 迅速跑到某人所在的位置 He ran up next to me and started shouting.
run * up + 揚起,升起 (旗子等) They ran up the Union Jack.
run * up + 匆匆地做成 (某物);趕製 (衣服);趕工建成 (某建築物) He ran up a few examples for them to look at.
run * up + 積欠 (帳款或債務) He ran up a lot of bills at the hotel.
run up against + (通常指意外地) 遭遇,遇到 (問題,困難等) They ran up against a lot of opposition to the construction.
run up on + 悄悄地接近 (某人) Robert was sitting in his car and a guy ran up on him and shot through the car but missed.
run with + 與 (某人 -- 通常是不好的傢伙) 為伍;與 (某人 -- 通常是不好的傢伙) 交往或往來 She runs with some dodgy characters.
rush away 匆忙離開某地 They rushed away when the police arrived.
rush into + 倉促做;急忙做 They don't want to be rushed into giving an answer and have asked for more time.
rush off 匆忙離開,急忙出發 Tony rushed off to get to his medical appointment.
rush * out + 倉促生產,趕製 (產品) They rushed the single out after it started getting airplay.
The publisher rushed out a hardcover edition of the book.
rustle * up + 草草弄好;倉促拼湊 We rustled up dinner from what was in the fridge.

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