片語動詞寶典

Phrasal Verb Thesaurus
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片語動詞 定義 例句
tack * on + 加入原先未計畫加入的東西 They tacked on a new ending to the film when they found that test audiences didn't like the original.
tack * onto 加入或附加原先未計畫加入的東西 I tacked a quick message onto the end of the letter after I'd printed it.
tag along 追隨 (某人),尾隨 (某人) -- 尤指某人並沒有邀你同行時 You're off to the cinema; can we tag along?
tag * on + 補充 (指對書面資料或口頭敘述做補充) He tagged on a few comments after reading my report.
tag * onto 補充 (指對書面資料或口頭敘述做補充) He tagged his ideas onto the end of my report.
tag with + 把關鍵字連結或書籤加到部落格或網頁 The post was tagged with keywords.
tail away (= tail off) (聲音) 變得聽不見,變得鴉雀無聲 His voice tailed away when he was speaking about what he'd done wrong.
tail back (車輛) 回堵,造成交通阻塞,形成塞車 The traffic tailed back for several miles after the accident.
tail off (= tail away) (聲音) 變得聽不見,變得鴉雀無聲 The voices tailed off when she entered.
tail off 減少,變小,下降,降低 Profits tailed off sharply in the last quarter of the year as a result of the increase in the price of oil.
take after + 長相像 (父親、母親或某個長輩) I take after my father. Who do you take after?
take * apart + 拆開,拆散;把某人拉到一邊 (進行私下談話或單獨交談) (= take aside) She took the photocopier apart to see what had got stuck in it.
take * aside 把某人拉到一邊 (進行私下談話或單獨交談) (= take apart) The teacher took her aside and said that she'd failed the exam.
take * away + 使 (某人) 離去;帶走 (某人) The police took the protestors away.
take * back + 收回所說的話 ;表示說過的話不算 (指認錯或道歉) I demand that you take back what you said.
take * back + 把商品退還給商店 The dress my grandmother bought for me didn't fit, so I took it back and exchanged it for a pair of pants.
take * back 使 (某人) 想起 (往事);某 (某人) 帶回到... That song always takes me back to when I was at university.
take * down + 記下,記錄 Would you mind taking down my messages while I am on vacation?
take * down + 拆下,拆除 The city government made the shop take down their bright neon sign.
 
take * in + 學習,學會;充分瞭解 Are you taking in all of these phrasal verbs?
take * in 欺騙 He was taken in by the con artist.
She took me in with her story until someone told me the truth.
take * in + 把 (衣服) 改窄、改小 I lost weight, so I need to take some of my skirts to the tailor to have them taken in.
take it + 接受批評 He's good at criticizing others, but can't take it himself.
take it out on + 憤怒地辱罵 (某人) Whenever things go wrong, he always shouts and takes it out on me, even if I had nothing to do with the problem.
take it upon oneself (to do something) 負責;(通常未跟其他人磋商就) 承擔做某事的責任 I took it upon myself to make sure he got up on time.
take off 獲致重大進展 The software house really took off when they produced the latest version of their online chat package.
take * off + 降價 They've taken ten percent off designer frames for glasses.
take off (飛機、航空器等) 起飛,升空 My stomach felt funny when the plane took off.
take * off + 脫下,脫去 In many cultures, it is appropriate to take off your shoes when entering a house.
take * off + 不上班或不上學一段時間;請 (幾天)假 I was sick last week, so I took a few days off of work.
take off 離開,走開;動身外出 We took off after dinner.
take * on + 讓乘客上船或上飛機;(交通工具) 接納 (乘客) The plane stopped at Zurich to take on some passengers.
take * on + 承擔 (責任);接受 (工作等) She took on the task of indexing the book.
take * on + 雇用 The council has had to take on twenty extra employees to handle their increased workload.
take * out + (自圖書館) 借出 (書籍) I took out all the books I needed for my essay from the library.
take * out + (自銀行) 借出 (金錢),貸款 John and Mary took out a mortgage/loan to buy a bigger flat.
take * out + 拔掉;拿掉;去掉 The dentist took out all of my wisdom teeth before they started causing any problems.
take * out 帶某人到某處 (用餐、從事其他社交、休閒活動等) I can't meet you tonight because I am taking Cindy out to dinner.
take * out + 投保 I took out some health insurance before I went backpacking around Latin America.
take * out + 殺死,殺害 The gang took him out after he spoke to the police.
take * over + 接掌;接管;接任 Who is going to take over the family business when Aretha's father dies?
take over 接掌;接管;接任 If the President is assassinated, the Vice-president will take over.
take to + 喜歡上或愛上 (某人或某項活動等);養成習慣 He's taken to wearing a baseball cap since his hair started thinning more noticeably.
take * up + 有了新的嗜好;開始從事 (某項活動);開始對 ... 產生興趣 Have you taken up any new hobbies since you moved here?
take * up + (日後) 討論 We should take this issue up in the meeting tomorrow.
take * up + 把 (衣服) 改短 This dress is too long, I am going to take it up.
take * up + 佔用 (時間、空間等) This couch takes up too much space in the living room.
talk back 頂嘴 Don't talk back!
talk back to + 頂嘴 Children should not talk back to their parents.
talk * down + 淡化 The company CEO talked down the recent fall in shares.
talk down to + 以高傲的口吻對 (某人) 講話 She's a dreadful teacher and talks down to her students instead of teaching them.
talk * into 說服 (某人) 做 (某事) She didn't want to let me go, but I finally managed to talk her into it.
talk * out of 說服 (某人) 不做 (某事) He was going to drive home after drinking half a bottle of wine, but his friends talked him out of it.
talk * over + 討論 I hope my parents talk their relationship problems over before they get divorced.
talk * up + 讚揚 (某物);宣傳 (某事):鼓吹 (某思想) The government are trying to talk up the effect of their policies.
tap * for 向 (某人) 要 (錢等) 或索取 (情報等) I tapped him for a loan/for another $10.
tap into + 打入 (市場) The company is hoping to tap into the Chinese market.
tap off with + 發生性關係 He tapped off with someone at the party on Saturday.
tap * out + 輕輕敲打出拍子或某種節奏 He tapped out the tune with his pencil while he was thinking.
team up 聯手;合作;協作 Peter and Paul teamed up to publicize the issue.
team up with + (與某人) 聯手;(與某人) 合作 I teamed up with Janet to do the job.
tear * apart + 使...難過,使...不安,使...煩惱 People were torn apart when news of the train crash came through.
tear at + 猛拉,撕扯 The fighters tore at each other.
tear away + 勉強使 (自己或某人) 離去;拉開,拽開 (某人) I had to tear him away from the office for dinner.
tear * away + 扯走,扯開 (某物);被撕掉 The roof was torn away in the typhoon.
tear * down + 拆毀,拆除 The county decided to tear down the dilapidated school and build a new one.
tear into + 抨擊,怒斥,痛斥 She tore into me for losing it.
tear * off + 用手從 (某物) 上撕掉 (包裝等) She tore the slip off the bottom of the form and sent it with her check.
tear off 迅速離去、走掉或跑掉;匆匆離開 The police tore off in their car after arresting her.
tear * up + 撕毀;撕碎 I always tear up my personal papers before I throw them out.
tear * up + 拆毀,拆除;破壞 They are tearing up the old part of town to build a new shopping centre.
tee off 開始 (某項活動或某一事件) he new project will tee off next month.
tee off (在高爾夫球運動中,從球座) 發球,開球 He teed off at the first hole.
tee * off + 惹惱 (某人),使 (某人) 生氣 It tees me off when they turn up late.
tee off on + 批評,抨擊 She teed off on me about the work I gave her.
tee up (在高爾夫球運動中,從球座) 發球,開球 She teed up two strokes ahead at the last hole.
tee up 安排,準備 (某事) They are teeing up for the conference tomorrow.
tell * apart 辨別;分辨;區別 (兩個以上的人或物) They're identical twins so I cannot tell them apart.
tell * off 斥責;訓誡;責備;責怪 Carolina told me off when she found out I was gossiping about her date with Martin.
His fiancée told him off for arriving nearly an hour late.
tell on + 告密;舉發,告發 Every time I did something wrong when I was a child, my sister would tell on me.
text out 發簡訊取消約會或先前的約定 I was feeling too tired to go and texted out.
Man, I can't bear the thought of going to dinner with Sophia again, so I think I am going to text out.
think * over + 認真地考慮 Think over the offer before you sign the contract.
think * through +  充分、仔細地考慮 You need to think this through carefully before you make a decision.
think * up + 想出;杜撰,虛構 I need to think up an excuse for not going to her party.
throw * away + (= throw out) 扔掉;丟棄;處理掉 Don't throw away those bottles; we can recycle them.
throw * in + 隨貨贈送;額外奉送 Buy a computer now and get a free printer thrown in!
The shop threw in a printer so I bought a computer from it.
throw * off + 迅速脫掉 (衣服等) Sam threw off his shoes and flopped on the settee.
throw * off + 擺脫 (壞事);甩掉,擺脫掉 (追趕者) It took me two weeks to throw off my cold.
They threw the police off at the bridge.
throw * on + 迅速穿上 (衣服等) Robert threw on a jacket and rushed outside.
throw * out + (= throw away) 扔掉;丟棄;處理掉 I asked him not to throw out the Sunday newspaper because I wanted to save an article.
throw * out + 迫使 (某人) 離開 (房間、屋子、學校等) Mary threw out her roommate because she stopped paying rent.
The school threw Tony out for smoking.
throw * out + 使脫臼 Bruce slipped on the ice and threw out his shoulder.
throw * out + (= throw over) 否決;拒絕接受 The committee threw the proposal out.
throw * out + 發出 (光、熱等);冒煙,冒氣 The truck throws out a lot of smoke.
throw * over + 與 (某人) 分手;與 (某人) 斷絕關係 Mary threw Allen over last year.
throw * over + (= throw out) 否決;拒絕接受 I flatly threw over the agreement.
throw * together + 匆促做成;匆促建成 She threw a quick dinner together before we left.
throw up 嘔吐 If you drink too much alcohol, you might throw up.
throw * up + 引發,產生 The system has thrown up a lot of problems.
throw * up + 突然離職;忽然離開;突然放棄 Cindy threw up her job to go travelling.
throw * up + 揚起 (灰塵);濺起 (水) The road was bumpy and the car in front was throwing up so much dust that we could hardly see where we were going.
tick away 時間滴答滴答地過去 The last few seconds ticked away and the team couldn't come back.
tick by 時間滴答滴答地過去 The seconds ticked by and the team failed to score.
tick * off 使 (某人) 生氣,觸怒 (某人) She really ticks me off when she doesn't reply to my emails.
tick * off 斥責,責備 (某人) He ticked me off for arriving late.
tick * off + 打勾 She ticked off our names when we arrived.
tick over (引擎) 空轉 The mechanic left the engine ticking over for a while to see if he could see what was causing the problem.
tick over 持續運作,但情況沒有好轉或改善 The company ticked over while she was away on holiday.
tide * over 幫 (某人) 克服困難,使 (某人) 暫時度過 (難關、危機等) This NT$5,000 will have to tide me over until I get paid.
tidy * up + 整理 (房子、房間),使整潔 I tidied up my bedroom because it was a complete mess.
tie * back + (用繩、線) 繫到後面,繫起來 She tied her hair back before playing tennis.
tie * down + (用繩、線) 繫住,捆住,拴緊 (某物或某人) They tied him down to stop him escaping.
tie * down 束縛 (某人),限制 (某人) Marriage ties you down.
tie * down + 牽制,箝制 (警察、軍隊或敵人) -- 通常用於被動態 The army were tied down with the rebellion and couldn't help.
tie in 與 (某事) 一致;與...相吻合;與 (某物) 相連 The theory ties in with what the police have been saying.
tie * up + 繫牢 When we dock, make sure you tie the boat up.
tie * up + 纏住 (某人) 使其無法做某事;佔用 (某物) 而影響或阻礙其運作 Work has tied me up all week.
tie * up + 捆、綁 (某人或某物),把 (某物) 捆緊、綁緊 I tied up my shoelaces.
tie * up + 阻塞,堵住 (道路等) The convoy tied up the road for an hour.
tighten * up (使) 控制得更緊、更嚴格;(使) 加強 They're tightening up security for the president's visit.
tip * off + 給 (某人) 通風報信;向 (警察或當局) 告密 The police arrested the drug dealer after someone tipped them off.
tip * over + (使) 翻倒 I tipped my coffee over and ruined my keyboard.
tire of + 對...感到厭煩;對...失去興趣 She soon tired of the course and dropped out.
tire * out + 使 (某人) 疲憊不堪,精疲力竭;把 (某人) 累垮 Speaking English all day tires me out.
Working so much tires me out.
toddle off 離開,離去;回家 It's getting late, so I'm going to toddle off home.
tone * down + 降低...的嚴重性 (或冒犯性);緩和 The Minister tried to tone down what she had said when the press started attacking her.
tool * up + 提供所需的工具或設備 The company spent a lot on tooling the factory up.
tool * up + 提供武器;武裝 (自己或某人) The gangsters got tooled up before they went into the club.
top * off + (以某種方式) 結束,完成 Let's top off this delightful evening with a drink.
top out (數量、價格等) 上升到頂點,達到最高點 The temperature topped out at forty degrees yesterday.
top * up + 加滿,斟滿,添滿 Let me top up your drink, it's half gone.
toss * about/around + 公開、自由自在地,但不是很認真地討論某事 We tossed ideas about before the negotiations.
They tossed my plan around a bit and then rejected it.
toss * back/down + 快速地喝下 Jeff tossed back his beer and left.
I tossed a couple of drinks down before they arrived.
toss for + 擲硬幣 [猜正反面] 來決定 (某事) We tossed for who would eat.
toss * off + 輕而易舉地做;輕易地完成 Wendy tossed off the essay the night before she had to hand it in.
toss * out + 丟棄;扔掉 She's tossed out those old books.
toss up 擲硬幣 [猜正反面] 來決定 (某事) We tossed up to see who would start.
touch down (飛機) 降落,著陸 The plane touched down at Narita airport an hour late.
touch * for 向 (某人) 借錢,向 (某人) 要錢 I touched him for some cash as I'd forgotten my cards.
touch * off + 引起,觸發 The government's decision touched off riots in the capital.
touch on/upon + 提到,提及,觸及 The presidential candidates touched on the subject of health care during the debates.
touch * up + 潤色,修飾 (畫、照片、文章等) Touch up the paint before you try and sell the house.
touch * up 毛手毛腳 She got angry when he tried to touch her up in the elevator.
tow * away + 拖吊 (尤指違規停放的車輛) Cindy parked in a no-parking zone and they towed her car away.
toy at + 隨便想想 She toyed at getting them to help her but then did it alone.
toy over + 有...的念頭,有...的想法 I toyed over the idea for a while, but decided not to go ahead with it.
toy with + 撥弄 (盤中食物) It was horrible, so I just toyed with the food.
toy with + 有...的念頭,有...的想法 We toyed with the idea of moving to the country, but it isn't really practical.
toy with + (因緊張而) 撥弄 He toyed with the stem of his glass as he spoke.
track * down + (長時間追尋後) 追蹤到,追查到,發現到 (某人);追查出 (某事) It took me ages to track them down in the crowd at the football game.
trade down 賣掉...以購進價格較低的同類物品 Their house is too large now that their children have left home, so they're going to trade down to a smaller one.
trade * in + 將 (舊物) 折價換購 (同類新物) She traded in her old car for the new model.
trade * in + 拋棄妻子或丈夫去跟比較年輕的女子或男子結婚;棄舊愛迎新歡 He traded in his wife when he became the chairman.
trade * off + 以 (某物) 換取 (某物);拿...換... A longer working week was traded off for a pay rise.
trade on/upon + 利用 They trade on/upon their reputation to scare rivals.
trade up 出售...以貼換價格較高的同類商品;購買較大或較昂貴的商品 British wine drinkers have traded up over the last few years from cheap plonk (廉價劣質酒;便宜酒) to expensive wines.
trade up 拋棄妻子或丈夫去跟比較年輕 、長得比較好看或比較有錢的女子或男子結婚;棄舊愛迎新歡 She supported him for years while he was struggling, but when he hit the big time he left her and traded up.
trickle down 利益均霑;利益分享;將從經濟繁榮所獲得的利益與窮人或弱勢者分享 Despite the economic boom, few benefits have trickled down to the poor.
trip out (使用麻醉藥品後) 產生幻覺 After taking the LSD Peter tripped out for hours.
trip over 摔倒;在 (某物) 上摔一跤 I tripped over and hurt my knee.
trip over + 被 (某物) 絆倒 I tripped over the kerb and broke my nose.
trip up 犯錯 I tripped up in the interview when they asked me about what I could offer the company.
trot * out + 老調重彈;重複 (過去的解釋、說明、藉口等) The spokeswoman trotted out the same old unconvincing excuses.
trump up + 假造、捏造 (罪名誣陷他人) The police trumped up the charges against him and he ended up in prison though he hadn't done it.
try back (電話打不通或找不到人後等一下) 再打 I called but they weren't in, so I'll try back later.
try for + 試圖獲得;謀求;爭取 I'm going to try for the job.
try it on (對某人) 粗野無禮;(跟某人) 搗蛋 The children were trying it on all night until I lost my temper.
try it on (向某人) 行騙,欺騙 He knew I didn't get to let him do it- he was just trying it on.
try * on + 試穿,試戴 (衣服、帽子、鞋子等) Try on the pants before you buy them.
try * out + 試驗,試試 Try out this massage chair - it feels great!
Scientists are trying out a new drug in the fight against the disease.
try * out + 試用 I tried out the program before I bought it.
try out for + (透過才藝表現) 爭取參加;參加...的選拔 He tried out for the baseball team.
tuck * away + 把...藏在 (某處);把 (錢等) 放在安全處 I tucked the money away in my drawer.
tuck * away + 狼吞虎嚥地吃;痛快地吃 We tucked away a huge dinner before we went out.
tuck * in + 把...塞好;把 (衣服) 紮進去;把 (某物) 裝好 I forgot to tuck my shirt in.
tuck in 大快朵頤;津津有味地吃 The dinner smelled so good I couldn't wait to tuck in.
tuck * in + 給 (小孩或病人) 蓋好被子睡覺 He tucked her in and read her a story.
tuck into + 狼吞虎嚥地吃;痛快地吃 I was starving and tucked into the food.
tuck * up + 給 (小孩或病人) 蓋好被子睡覺 She tucked her children up in bed and switched the lights off.
tune in 收看 (電視節目);收聽 (電台節目) Be sure to tune in next week for the next episode.
Millions of people tuned in to watch the election results.
tune in to + 收看 (電視節目);收聽 (電台節目) Make sure you tune in to next week's show.
tune * out + 不再理睬;不再注意;不再過問 I tuned him out because he was talking such rubbish.
tune * up + 改善或提升機器或引擎的性能 He's tuned his car up for the race.
tune * up + (將樂器) 調音,定弦 The orchestra tuned up their instruments before the concert.
turn against + 與...為敵;與...反目;背棄 The public turned against the government when they became arrogant and ceased to listen.
turn * away + 不准...入內;把...拒之門外 They turned us away at the border because we didn't have visas.
The doorman turned him away from the nightclub because he was wearing trainers.
turn * down + 拒絕 (提議、要求、邀請等) She turned down the new job in New York, because she didn't want to move.
They offered her the job, but she turned it down.
turn * down + 調低,關小 (音量 、溫度、亮度等) I'm studying! Please turn down the TV.
Can you turn down the music a little bit?
The room was too hot, so she turned the heating down.
turn in (晚上) 上床睡覺;就寢 It's getting late. I think it is about time to turn in.
I turned in at half past eleven because I had an early start the next morning.
turn in + 繳交;遞交;上繳;交還 You need to turn in your essays next week.
Don't forget to turn in your gun when you leave the police force.
turn into +  變成 (不同的事物) When she kissed the frog, it turned into a handsome prince.
turn * off + 關掉 (電視、電燈、 收音機、水龍頭等),關閉 (設備) Don't forget to turn off the iron before you leave the house.
I turned the TV off and went to bed.
turn on + 突然攻擊 The pit bull suddenly turned on the small child.
The neighbor's dog turned on me when I tried to stroke it.
turn * on + 打開 (電視、收音機 、電燈、水龍頭等),開啟 (設備) Turn on the TV. The baseball game starts in a few minutes.
I turned the radio on to get the weather forecast.
turn * out + 生產,製造 The weavers can turn out two or three rugs a month.
The factory turns out three thousand units a day.
turn * out + 關掉 (電燈) Turn out the light before you go to bed.
turn out (去) 參加 Over 100,000 people turned out for the concert.
turn out 結果是;原來是;最後證明是 She turned out to be the murderer after all.
It looked as if we were going to fail, but it turned out well in the end.
turn * over + 交出;交給 (當局) The court ordered the company to turn over their financial records.
turn to + 求助於;求救於 She had nobody to turn to when her husband died.
turn to + 開始做,開始使用 He turned to drink after he lost his job.
He turned to drugs after his wife left him for another man.
turn up (未經尋找而) 被找到,被發現 My keys turned up in the bedroom.
turn up (for) 出現,來到 She didn't turn up for class today.
She failed to turn up for work on Friday.
turn * up + 調高,開大 (聲音、溫度或亮度等) I turned the music up full blast.
type * in + 鍵入;輸入 He typed the text in and printed it out.
type * out + (用鍵盤) 將 ... 全文打出 The student typed her essay out and handed it in the last minute.
type * up + 把 (手寫稿) 打出來 She typed up her lecture notes and printed them out.
I need to type up my report.

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