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Remember, a phrasal verb is just a verb and a particle. For example, “look out.” I recommend you to check out the previous episodes about phrasal verbs.
In these series of phrasal verbs, we see the most common phrasal verbs. Also, instead of learning all the different meanings of every phrasal verb, you just need to learn one or two of the most common meanings.
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Ah, this is one of my favorite ones. Sometimes, I’m guilty of using it too much. It means to procrastinate. In other words, it means to decide to do something not now, but in the future. For example:
I need to put off the meeting. I am not prepared.
They decided to put off the trip because it was raining.
I always put off things I don’t like doing.
Put up with
Sometimes, there are situations we don’t like, but we have to accept them, we have to put up with them. Or, we can say that we don’t want to tolerate a certain situation, we don’t want to put up with that situation. For example:
Yes, he’s sometimes rude, but you have to put up with him because he’s your boss.
I don’t have to put up with your bad behavior.
I don’t want to put up with smoking at work anymore.
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