Contoh Phrasal Verb (Intransitive)

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Contoh Intransitive Phrasal Verb

Phrasal Verb dan Synonym/Meaning (Arti) Contoh Kalimat Phrasal Verb
back down (retreat ~ mundur) He never backs down from a confrontation.
(Dia tidak pernah mundur dari konfrontasi.)
break down (stop functioning ~ berhenti berfungsi) His car broke down in the middle of the road.
(Mobilnya mogok di tengah jalan.)
catch on (understand ~ mengerti) Young people usually catch on quickly to technology.
(Pemuda biasanya mengerti teknologi dengan cepat.)
come along (make progress ~ membuat kemajuan) The research may come along easily and quickly.
(Riset tersebut mungkin maju dengan mudah dan cepat.)
come out (end up, result ~ berakhir) Would everything come out right?
(Akankah semuanya akan berakhir baik?)
dress up (wear formal or fancy clothes ~ memakai pakaian formal atau bagus) She dressed up quickly and left for the party.
(Dia berpakaian dengan cepan dan pergi ke pesta.)
drop out (abandon some organized activity) Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard University.
(Bill Gates keluar dari Harvard University)
eat out (eat at a restaurant ~ makan di restoran) We usually eat out for both lunch and dinner.
(Kita biasanya makan restoran baik makan siang maupun malam.)
fall behind (lag behind ~ tertinggal di belakang) Every runner doesn’t want to fall behind.
(Setiap pelari tidak ingin tertinggal di belakang.)
get by (survive ~ bertahan) The family had to get by in poverty for almost five years.
(Keluarga tsb harus bertahan dalam kemiskinan selama hampir lima tahun.)
go back (return ~ kembali) He wondered if he could go back to Myanmar.
(Dia membayangkan jika dapat kembali ke Myanmar.)
go on (continue ~ melanjutkan) Let’s go on to the next challange!
(Ayo lanjut ke tantangan berikutnya!)
grow up (get older ~ semakin tua) All babies need a lot of love to grow up.
(Semua bayi memmbutuhkan banyak cinta untuk tumbuh.)
keep away (avoid ~ menghindari) It is important to keep away from one who always tries to put you down.
(Penting untuk menghindar dari seseorang yang selalu mengeritikmu.)
keep on (+ gerund) (continue ~ melanjutkan) The right sport shoes are essential to keep on running.
(Sepatu olahraga yang tepat penting untuk berlari.)
pass out (lose consciousness ~ hilang kesadaran) Nobody knew why he passed out in the graduation ceremony.
(Tak seorangpun tau mengapa mengapa dia pingsan saat wisuda.)
show off (behave in an conspicuous way ~ berperilaku dengan cara yang mencolok) The woman always tries to show off everytime and everywhere.
(Wanita tsb selalu mencoba ‘tampil’ kapanpun dan dimanapun.)
show off (arrive ~ tiba) My uncle will show up soon.
(Pamanku akan segera tiba.)
wake up (awaken ~ bangun) I wake up at 4 am everyday.
(Aku bangun jam 4 pagi tiap hari.)
watch out (be careful ~ hati-hati) If I were you, I’d watch out for food expiration dates at the grocery store.
(Jika aku itu kamu, aku akan berhati-hati dengan tanggal kadaluarsa makanan di toko tsb.)

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Table of Contents:

  1. Phrasal Verb (Introduction)
  2. Separable Transitive Phrasal Verb
  3. Inseparable Transitive Phrasal Verb
  4. Intransitive Phrasal Verb
  5. Three Word Phrasal Verb

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References:

  1. Transitive, Inseparable. http://www.uhv.edu/ac/efl/phrasalverbstransitiveinsep.aspx. Accessed on September 25, 2012.
  2. Common Phrasal Verbs. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/phrasals.htm. Accessed on September 25, 2012.
  3. Overview of Two Part (Phrasal) Verbs (Idioms). http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/owlprint/630/. Accessed on September 25, 2012.

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