Three Word Phrasal Verb (Transitive)

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Contoh Three Word Phrasal Verb (Transitive)

Phrasal Verb dan Synonym/Meaning (Arti) Contoh Phrasal Verb dalam Kalimat
back out of (fail to keep a promise ~ membatalkan janji) You should back out of the sales contract as soon as possible.
(Kamu seharusnya membatalkan kontrak penjualan tsb sesegera mungkin.)
break in on (interrupt ~ mengganggu) The workers were talking about weither when I broke in on their conversation.
(Pekerja-pekerja tsb sedang membicarakan cuaca ketika saya menyela pembicaraan mereka.)
check up on (examine ~ memeriksa) You may need to check up on the function of your kidney.
(Kamu mungkin perlu mengecek fungsi ginjalmu.)
come up with (contribute ~ memberikan) He always comes up with a good idea in every discussion.
(Dia selalu memberikan ide bagus disetiap diskusi.)
drop out of (abandon some organized activity) Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard University.
(Bill Gates keluar dari Harvard University.)
get along with (have a smooth relationship with ~ mempunyai hubungan yang mulus dengan) I don’t get along with lazy people.
(Saya tidak punya hubungan yang mulus dengan pemalas.)
get away with (escape the consequences of ~ melarikan diri (dari kesalahan)) She got away with shoplifting so many time before she got caught.
(Dia melarikan diri dari tuduhan mengutil berkali-kali sebelum dia tertangkap.)
get rid of (eliminate ~ menghapus) He did everything to get rid of his debt.
(Dia melakukan apapun untuk menghapus hutangnya.)
get through with (finish ~ menyelesaikan) I will send you a report after I get through with the project.
(Saya akan mengirimkanmu laporan setelah saya menyelesaikan proyek tsb.)
keep up with (maintain pace with ~ menjaga kecepatan dengan) None could keep up with the runner for more than 100 feets.
(Tak satupun dapat menjaga kecepatan dengan pelari tersebut lebih dari 100 kaki.)
lock down on (despise ~ memandang rendah) I personally tend to look down on people who smoke in public area.
(Saya secara pribadi cendering memandang rendah orang-orang yang merokok di tempat umum.)
look forward to (expect ~ menantikan, mengharapkan) I’m looking forward to seeing them.
(Saya sedang menantikan untuk bertemu dengan mereka.)
look up to (respect ~ menghormati) You don’t need any reasons to look up to your parents.
(Kamu tidak perlu alasan apapun untuk menghormati orangtuamu.)
make sure of (check, verify ~ periksa) Please make sure of your data before making any decision.
(Tolong periksa datamu sebelum membuat keputusan apapun.)
put up with (tolerate ~ menolerir) I couldn’t put up with his behavior any longer.
(Saya tidak dapat menolerir kelakuannya lagi.)
stand up for (support ~ mendukung) He was the only one who standed up for you.
(Dia satu-satunya yang mendukungmu.)
take care of (be responsible for ~ bertanggungjawab untuk) I will take care of myself.
(Saya akan menjaga diri saya sendiri.)
talk back to (answer impolitely ~ menjawab dengan) I couldn’t believe that the student talked back to his teacher.
(Saya tidak dapat percaya bahwa menjawab gurunya dengan tidak sopan.)
watch out for (be careful for ~ perhatikan) What should I watch out for when buying a new car?
(Apa yang harus saya perhatikan ketika membeli mobil baru?)

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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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