Contoh Phrasal Verb (Transitive, Inseparable)

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Contoh Phrasal Verb (Transitive, Inseparable)

Phrasal Verb dan Synonym
/Meaning (Arti)
Contoh Phrasal Verb dalam Kalimat
break into (interrupt ~ mengganggu) No one can break into their friendship.
(Tak seorangpun dapat menggangu persahabatan mereka.)
call for (require ~ butuh) Hysterectomy is one of the diagnoses that call for a second opinion.
(Histerektomi merupakan satu dari diagnosis yang mebutuhkan pendapat kedua.)
call on (visit ~ mengunjungi) I will call on my grandmother tomorrow morning.
(Aku akan mengunjungi nenekku besok pagi.)
come across, come by (meet/find by chance ~ bertemu atau menemukan secara kebetulan) She came across a photo from her childhood.
(Dia menemukan foto dari masa kecilnya.)
count on (rely on ~ mengandalkan) Can we count on him?
(Dapatkah kita mengandalkan dia?)
get around (avoid~ menghindari) I have no idea how to get around the fierce dog.
(Saya tidak ada ide bagaimana mengindari anjing galak tsb.)
get in (enter ~ masuk) He got in the car to test drive it.
(Dia masuk ke dalam mobil untuk mengetes drive-nya.)
get over (recover from ~ pulih dari) He has got over the divorce.
(Dia telah pulih dari perceraian.)
go over (review ~ meninjau kembali) The manager went over the report twice before the meeting.
(Manager tsb mengecek laporan dua kali sebelum pertemuan.)
keep at (persevere ~ (bertahan) in an action) Keep at it, then you’ll see the results!
(Bertahan dengan itu lalu kamu akan melihat hasilnya!)
look after (take care of ~ merawat) If you can look after yourself, you’ll be able to look after anyone else.
(Jika kamu dapat merawat dirimu sendiri, kamu akan dapat merawat orang lain.)
look into (investigate ~ menyelidiki) The sheriff has looked into the murder case.
(Sheriff tersebut telah menyelidiki kasus pembunuhan tsb.)
pick on (tease, bully ~ mengganggu) They never picked on me at school.
(Mereka tidak pernah menggangguku di sekolah.)
run across (find by chance ~ menemukan secara kebetulan) I was so glad to run across the book in the library.
(Aku sangat senang tidak sengaja menemukan buku tsb di perpustakaan.)
run into (meet by chance ~ bertemu secara kebetulan) She ran into my brother at the store last night.
(Dia tak sengaja bertemu kakaknya di toko semalam.)
see to (arrange, supervise ~ mengatur, mengawasi) The teacher is seeing to the examination.
(Guru tsb sedang mengawasi ujian.)
take after (resemble ~ menyerupai) I think that Andra takes after his father.
(Aku pikir Andra mirip ayahnya.)
turn into (become ~ menjadi) She wants to turn into a millionaire in about 5 years.
(Dia ingin menjadi seorang milioner dalam 5 tahun kedepan.)
wait on (serve ~ melayani) I couldn’t believe that the woman expected me to wait on them.
(Aku tidak dapat percaya bahwa wanita itu mengharapkanku melayaninya.)

Catatan:

Sebagian phrasal verb mempunyai lebih dari satu arti (makna sebenarnya maupun idiom). Untuk informasi lebih lanjut kamu dapat mengecek frasa tersebut di kamus.

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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. Phrasal Verbs as Idioms. http://www.uhv.edu/ac/efl/phrasalverbs.aspx. Accessed on September 19, 2012.
  2. Transitive, Inseparable. http://www.uhv.edu/ac/efl/phrasalverbstransitiveinsep.aspx. Accessed on September 19, 2012.
  3. Common Phrasal Verbs. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/phrasals.htm. Accessed on September 19, 2012.
  4. Overview of Two Part (Phrasal) Verbs (Idioms). http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/owlprint/630/. Accessed on September 19, 2012.
  5. Keep. http://www.thefreedictionary.com/keep+at. Accessed on March 1, 2014.
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