Phrasal Verb #2: back up
Meaning: To reverse the direction of something.
Use: People back up cars, machines, & furniture.
– I almost hit the lamp post when I backed up my car.
– Can you back that desk up a little bit?
Phrasal Verb #49: Hold On
Definition: To wait. (often used on the phone)
– I had to hold on for 10 min when I called the bank.
– Please hold on. Let me check if he is here
Definition: To choose.
– I picked out a nice tie to wear with my blue suit.
– I have to go to the bakery and pick a cake out for Gloria’s birthday.
Meaning: To remove
– I took out my pen from the pen case.
– Please take out the last two slides from the presentation.
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