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Daftar Phrasal Verb

Berikut ini adalah daftar phrasal verb yang biasa digunakan dalam bahasa Inggris.

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example
A
Abide by Mematuhi We have to abide by what the count says.
Account for Menjelaskan, memberi alasan They had to account for all the money that had gone missing.
Act on Bereaksi atas suatu hal The police were acting on a tip from an informer.
Add up Masuk akal She explained why the work wasn’t ready but her story doesn’t add up.
Adhere to Mendukung, mengikuti All contestant must adhere to the rules.
Advise against Menyarankan untuk tidak melakukan sesuatu The doctor advise her against smoking from now on.
Agree with Memiliki pendapat yang sama I agree with the discussion results.
Aim at Mengarah tepat pada tujuan The magazine aimed at teenagers.
Allow for Mempertimbangkan You should allow for delays when planning a vacation.
Angle at Memperlihatkan dari sudut pandang tertentu The movie was angled at more mature viewers.
Angle for Mencari tahu sesuatu dari petunjuk He’s been angling for an invitation but I don’t want him to come.
Answer back Menjawab dengan kasar pada seseorang yang berwenang. Her mother was shocked when she started answering her back and refusing to help.
Appeal to 1. Meminta pertolongan

2. Menarik perhatian

Getting out on weekend doesn’t appeal to me.
Apply for Membuat permintaan yang formal (pekerjaan, pinjaman bank, dan lain-lain) I applied for a job but I haven’t heard any reply yet.
Ask after Bertanya tentang kabar seseorang My dad called to ask after me that night.
Ask around Mengundang seseorang I’ll ask around and see if anyone has seen your watch.
Avail (oneself) of Mengambil keuntungan dari sesuatu (kesempatan) It is time for you to avail yourself of the opportunity when the audition come.
B
Back away Bergerak mundur (karena takut atau tidak suka) The crowd backed away when the man pulled a knife.
Back down Mengakui kekalahan, mundur She refused to back down and was fired.
Back up 1. Memberi dukungan dan semangat

2. Membuat Salinan (berkas, program, dll)

You should always back up important files.
Bail out 1. Menebus seseorang

2. Menyelamatkan dari kesulitan finansial

I’m tired of bailing you out every time you cause trouble.
Bank on Mendasarkan harapan pada sesuatu / seseorang Don’t forget the date. I’m banking on your help.
Beef up Meningkatkan, menaikkan He beefed up his presentation with diagrams and statistics.
Black out Kehilangan kesadaran, pingsan When the car crashed, he blacked out.
Block off Memisahkan sesuatu dengan penghalang The police blocked off the road after the accident.
Blow up 1. Meledakkan

2. Merusak dengan ledakan

The bomb blew up without any warning.
Boil down to Disimpulkan sebagai It all boils down to money at the end of the day.
Boot up Memulai komputer dengan loading OS atau program My computer won’t start even when I boot it up.
Break away Kabur dari tangkapan The robber managed to break away once again.
Break down 1. Rusak, tidak dapat dipakai

2. Kehilangan kendali atas emosi

The elevator breaks down so I have to take the stairs.
Break into Masuk dengan paksa A man broke into our house and we haven’t got a chance to call 911.
Break off 1. Berhenti

2. Berhenti bicara

I hate it when someone cuts my speech and I have to break off.
Break out Mulai dengan tiba-tiba The music breaks out and it surprises me.
Break out of Melarikan diri dari suatu tempat dengan paksa A prisoner broke out of Wandsworth Prison last night.
Break up Mengakhiri (hubungan, pernikahan, dll) She can’t take it anymore so she decided to break up with her boyfriend.
Bring up Membesarkan (seorang anak) My parents brought me up strictly.
Brush up on Meningkatkan, menyegarkan ingatan seseorang akan suatu pengetahuan It’s good to brush up on your English every day.
Bump into Bertemu dengan tidak sengaja atau tanpa diduga I was at the bus when I bumped into my ex-boyfriend.
Burn out 1. Menghentikan pekerjaan

2. Kelelahan karena kerja berlebihan

It was a long day at work and I burned out.
Butt in (on) Menginterupsi dengan tidak sopan Butting in on a conversation is really unacceptable in a meeting.
C
Call back Membalas panggilan telepon My secretary asked me to call the director back soon.
Call off membatalkan They argue a lot and finally have to call off the wedding.
Call on / upon Secara resmi mengundang atau meminta I now call on the other party to give their discount of what happened.
Calm down Menjadi lebih santai atau tidak lagi marah / kesal She still surprised and couldn’t calm down.
Carry on Melanjutkan Please, carry on the singing, we are ready.
Carry out 1. Melakukan sesuatu dengan spesifik (rencana, pesanan, dll)

2. Menjalankan (uji coba, eksperimen, dll)

Because of the lack in budgeting, they can’t carry out the research.
Carry over Ditunda lebih lanjut We need to carry over the meeting until further notice.
Check in Mendaftar pada hotel atau bandara Excuse me, Sir, but you need to check in above 12 PM.
Check out 1. Membayar tagihan hotel, meninggalkan hotel

2. Menyelidiki

The visitor hasn’t checked out of the hotel yet and we’re still waiting.
Clam up Menolak bicara, tutup mulut We know nothing because she decided to clam up about the rumor.
Clamp down on Bertindak tegas untuk mencegah sesuatu The government are clamping down on antisocial behavior.
Close down Menutup (perusahaan, restoran, dll) The business needed to close down because it couldn’t make any profit.
Come across 1. Menemukan dengan kebetulan

2. Terlihat, nampak

I came across the idea for the music on the way here.
Come forward Membawa diri She was really good at how she came forward.
Come up against Menghadapi I won’t come to your party. I don’t want to come up against the fact that I’ll be lonely.
Conk out 1. Berhenti berfungsi

2. Jatuh tertidur (karena lelah)

Mom conked out on the couch from working overnight.
Count on Bergantung pada Don’t worry, you can count on me.
Cross out Mencoret Please cross out on the choice that you see fit.
Cut down on Mengurangi jumlah You have to cut down on sugar intake to manage your condition.
Cut out 1. Menggunting

2. Berhenti melakukan sesuatu

He came early so I had to cut out on watching the movie.
D
Deal with Mengurus Tell me the truth. You are dealing with bad score again, are you?
Die down Tenang, reda Let’s wait for the excitement to die down first before announcing the bad news.
Dig into 1. Menggali

2. Memulai

3. Mengambil

Anticipating an artillery barrage, we quickly dug in.
Dig up 1. Menggali

2. Menemukan informasi

The reporters eventually dug up the information.
Dish out Membagikan sampai habis She waited until he finished dishing out the flyers.
Do without Mampu tanpa … What would I do without you staying here?
Drag on Bertahan lebih dari perkiraan The study has to drag on because he still skips class a lot.
Draw up Menulis (kontrak, dokumen, dll) Please draw up this contract and submit it today.
Dress up Berdandan, menyamar We’ll go out for dinner so I have to dress up a bit.
Drift apart Menjauh We never meet again that’s why we are drifting apart.
Drift off Tertidur sedikit demi sedikit He took a sleeping pill and drifted off easily.
Drive at Mencoba berkata I don’t understand what you are trying to drive at.
Drop behind Terdahului His study dropped behind as he started to take a job.
Drop in Mengunjungi, mampir Call me, you can drop in my house anytime.
Drop off Mengantar sesuatu / seseorang You have to drive and drop me off at the front.
Drop out Tidak menamatkan sekolah So sad, he just dropped out from high school.
Drown out Bersuara keras untuk menutupi suara lain The music drowned out the sound of the phone ringing.
E
Ease off / up Memperlambat Can you please ease off on your explanation? I can’t keep up.
Egg on Menyemangati I need you at the match to egg on me.
Embark on / upon Memulai And just like that, they embarked on the journey.
End in Berakhir dengan … It will end in tears.
End up Mencapai suatu titik pada akhirnya The discussion ended up in chaos.
Even out 1. Mengeliminasi perbedaan pendapat

2. Sama, setara

After a long run, he finally even out the competitor.
Explain away Menemukan alasan How are you going to explain away the missing money?
F
Face up (to) Menerima keadaan tidak menyenangkan She will have to face up the fact the he isn’t in love with her.
Fall behind Tertinggal She fell behind at school.
Fall through Gagal, tidak terjadi Our planned boat trip fell through because of the storm.
Figure out Mengerti, menemukan jawaban I’m trying to figure out how to assemble the wardrobe.
Fill out Melengkapi (formulir / aplikasi) Fill out the check boxes below.
Find out Menemukan informasi I’m to find out how it all began.
Fit in (with) Merasa nyaman atau cocok dengan sesuatu I think you fit in this group. You seem happy.
Focus on Berkonsentrasi Don’t worry. you just have to focus on studying.
Freak out Panik She couldn’t find her phone that’s why she freaked out.
Frown on / upon Tidak menyetujui The board frowned upon the meeting results.
Fuss over Meributkan There’s no need to fuss over the relationship. It’s all over.
G
Get along (with) Bergaul dengan baik I see you get along with your new friends.
Get at Bermaksud What are you trying to get at?
Get away Kabur Let’s get away from class today.
Get by (on) Berhasil bertahan How did you get by on that subject?
Get down to Mengawali sesuatu Now that everybody’s here, let’s get down to business.
Get in Masuk I locked the door so she can’t get in.
Get off 1. Turun (bis, kereta, dll)

2. Melepaskan

I have to get off at the next station.
Get on Menaiki (bis, pesawat, dll) Just get on, I’ll drive you there.
Get on with Melanjutkan, berproses Be quiet and get on with your homework.
Get on (well) with Memiliki hubungan yang baik dengan … I get on very well with my colleagues.
Get out Meninggalkan How did he get out?
Get out of (+noun) Meninggalkan How did he get out of the house?
Get out of (+verb) Menghindari How did he get out of doing the housework?
Get over Melupakan, sembuh dari … It’s been months and she hasn’t got over the memories yet.
Get rid of Menyingkirkan You need to get rid of this computer, it’s broken.
Get round (to) Menemukakn waktu khusus I finally got round to making the list as promised.
Get together Bertemu, berkumpul I plan to get together with the kids at the weekend.
Get up Bangun It’s already past 9, we have to get up.
Give away 1. Memberi sesuatu cuma-cuma

2. Membeberkan

I got too many book, I think I have to give some away.
Give back Memberikan kembali He promised to give back the money he borrowed.
Give up Menyerah Sarah gave up smoking years ago.
Go along (with) Setuju Alex tends to go along with anything his wife says.
Go in for Tertarik pada sesuatu She doesn’t really go in for sports.
Go through Mengalami Peter went through a lot of pain after the accident.
Grow up Tumbuh dewasa He grew up in a small village.

 

H
Hand back Mengembalikan She read the article and then handed it back to me.
Hand down Menurunkan, mewariskan My clothes will be handed down to my sister.
Hand in Menyerahkan All application form must be handed in before the end of the month.
Hand out Membagikan Samples will be handed out at the end of the demonstration.
Hand over Menyerahkan All the children were forced to hand over their phones to the robber.
Hang back Ragu-ragu terhadap sesuatu The boy rushed towards the clown except one boy who hung back.
Hang on Menunggu Hang on a minute. I’m getting ready.
Hang on (to) Berpegangan pada … Hang on to that rope, it’s okay.
Hang out Menghabiskan waktu bersama teman Who does he hang out with?
Hang up Mengakhiri telepon Why did you hang up? I haven’t finished talking.
Head off Berangkat We will head off at 6 sharp.
Head for Pergi ke arah … We’ll head for NY this weekend.
Hit at Mengarahkan pukulan He hit at the wasp with the newspaper.
Hit back Membalas serangan When he was attacked, the boy hit back.
Hit on/ upon Menemukan tanpa diduga She hit upon an idea for her new collection.
Hold on Menunggu, berpegangan erat-erat Hold on please. I’ll put you through to Mr. Brown.
Hold up Memperlihatkan sebagai contoh She held up the diagram for all to see.
Hook up Mengencangkan (pakaian) I need help to hook up my dress.
Hurry up Bertindak cepat Hurry up! We’ll miss the plane.
I
Idle away Bermalas-malasan He idles away hours every day watching TV.
Iron out Menyelesaikan dengan diskusi The meeting tomorrow will be an opportunity to iron out difficulties.
Improve on / upon Meningkatkan The runner improved on his previous performance.
Indulge in Menikmati I’m going to indulge in all the dessert here. It’s really good.
Invite out Mengundang Harry invited her out for dinner.
J
Join in Bergabung She was too busy to join in  the game.
Join up Ikut serta They joined up the book club late last year.
Jot down Mencatat dengan cepat I jotted down the address while watching TV.
K
Keep back Menahan diri A barrier was installed to keep back the fans.
Keep on Melanjutkan I told him to be quiet but he kept on making noises.
Keep up with Menjajari Can you please ease off on your explanation? I can’t keep up with it.
Kneel down Berlutut Most people kneel down to pray.
Kick off Mengawali, memulai The match kicked off right at 3 PM.
Knock down Menyerang hingga jatuh, tumbang The tree knocked down during the storm.
Knock out Menyebabkan seseorang tidak sadarkan diri The boxer was knocked out in the first round.
Know of Mengetahui Do you know of anyone else attending the conference?
L
Look after Menjaga I need someone to look after my cat while we’re going on a vacation.
Look back Memikirkan masa lalu You have to get over the separation and stop looking back.
Look down Menganggap remeh People looked down on her because of her college degree.
Look for Mencari Can you help me to look for my missing coat?
Look forward to Menanti Thank you. I’m looking forward to your reply regarding this application.
Look in Mampir James looked in to his friend’s house on the way to work.
Look into Menyelidiki I looked into her eyes to know if she lied.
Look on as Menganggap I look on her as a close friend.
Look out Berhati-hati Look out! You’re going to drop that.
Look through Membaca dengan cepat I looked through the article.
Look to Mengharap The company is looking to increase its sales in Asia.
Look up Meningkatkan The economy is looking up.
Look up to Menghormati She looks up to her mother.
M
Make fun of Membuat lelucon We should stop making fun of him. It’s not respectable.
Make up Mengarang He lied and I knew it. He makes up stories often.
Make up (with) Berbaikan Jen made up with her husband eventually.
Make up for Mengganti (kompensasi) I sent her flowers to make up for not attending her event.
Miss out (on) Ketinggalan kesempatan Trudy missed out on a promotion.
Mix up Menyalah artikan seseorang I always mix those two sisters up.
Move in Pindah We finally move in to our new house.
Move out Keluar dari rumah We finally move out of our parents’ house.
N
Nail down Membuat seseorang mengatakan sesuatu dengan persis He promised to come but we’ll have to nail him down.
Name after Memberi nama yang sama William was named after his grandfather.
Narrow down Mengurangi dari daftar The list of suspects has been narrowed down to three people.
Nod off Tertidur My father often nods off in front of the TV.
Nose about / around Mencoba menemukan dengan cara mencari I don’t like people nosing around my desk.
Note down Mencatat I’ll call the station and note down the departure times.
O
Opt out Meninggalkan suatu sistem atau memutuskan untuk tidak ikut serta I enjoy tennis but I’m so busy I had to opt out of the tournament.
Own up Mengakui sesuatu The boy owned up. He said he kicked the ball through the window.
P
Pass away Meninggal The old lady passed away peacefully.
Pass out Pingsan She passed out when she saw the news.
Pay back Membayar kembali I will pay you back $20 next Monday.
Play up Menekankan bahwa suatu hal penting He always plays up his achievement.
Play down Menekankan bahwa suatu hal kurang penting The government played down the gravity of the situation.
Pop in Mengunjungi dengan singkat He sometimes pops in for coffee.
Pop up Timbul, bangkit, muncul The question popped up during the meeting.
Pull through Mengatasi kesulitan My grandmother had cancer but she pulled through.
Put away Mengembalikan ke tempatnya She puts away the book her child read.
Put off Menunda The meeting was put off until further notice.
Put on Menyalakan, mengenakan I put on a coat since it was cold.
Put out Memadamkan Mom put out the fire on the fireplace.
Put (yourself) out Terlibat masalah Please don’t put yourself out this time.
Put (something) out Mengeluarkan dari rumah Don’t forget to put out the dustbin.
Put through Menghubungkan dua orang di telepon Hold on please. I’ll put you through to Mr. Brown.
Put up with Mentoleransi I broke up with him because I can’t put up with his lying habit.
Pick up Menjemput Susan has to pick up her father from airport.
Point out Menunjuk pada sesuatu, memperhatikan sesuatu The teacher pointed out the mistakes.
R
Race off Melaju cepat They raced off when the police arrived.
Rack off Mengusir He told her to rack off.
Rack up Rusak They racked up the car in an accident.
Rain off / out Ditunda / dihentikan karena hujan The rehearsal needed to be rained out.
Rake in Menghasilkan uang dengan mudah She moved to another company hoping that it would rake in more money.
Ramble on Mengoceh I told her I don’t care but she kept rambling on.
Rattle off Mengutip dengan cepat She rattles off a lot of statistics when nobody understands.
Reach out to Meminta tolong I will reach out to you when I need help.
Reach out for Menawarkan pertolongan They are reaching out for major economic reforms.
Roll by Berlalu I can’t believe how the years roll by so fast.
Rub in Mengoleskan I rub in sunscreen before going out.
Run away Melarikan diri My cat ran away again this morning.
Run down Kehabisan tenaga The housework made me run down.
Run into Tidak sengaja bertemu I didn’t know that I’d ran into my old friend in the street.
S
Sail into Mengkritik dengan amarah He sailed into me for turning up an hour late.
Sail through Berhasil melewati dengan mudah He sailed through the final test.
Save up Mengumpulkan Tim saved up a lot of money for a new car.
Scare off Menakut-nakuti The cat scared the birds away.
Screw up Mengacaukan Norah screwed up her final entry exam.
Set off Memulai perjalanan We set off for work at 7.30.
Show off Memamerkan She showed off her new handbag.
Show up Muncul I told her to show up 30 minutes earlier.
Sign in Mendaftar You can sign in to this book club if you’re interested in meeting new people with same hobby.
Sit down Duduk Sit down here. I’ll be right back.
Sleep in Tidur lebih lama dari biasa I slept in after pulling an all-nighter.
Sober up Sadar dari pengaruh alkohol I’m waiting for him to sober up before asking any question.
Stand up Berdiri She stood up from the sofa gracefully.
T    
Take after Mirip She takes after her mother’s eyes.
Take apart Memisahkan bagian The technician has to take the machine apart to repair it.
Take away Menghilangkan sesuatu The doctor gave me tablets to take away the pain.
Take back Menarik ucapan I take back what I said about cheating.
Take care of Merawat I’ll take care of your cat while you are away.
Take off Lepas landas The plane took off at 7.
Take in Mengerti apa yang dilihat, didengar, atau dibaca / menyadari apa yang terjadi She’s always taking in stray cats and dogs.
Take out Mencopot She took in every detail if her rival’s outfit.
Tell off Mengkritik dengan tegas The teacher told her off for not doing her homework.
Test out Melakukan percobaan The theory hasn’t been tested out yet.
Think over Mempertimbangkan I’ll have to think over the proposal before I decide.
Throw away Membuang Don’t forget to throw away the garbage every Tuesday.
Throw up Muntah I nearly threw up when I saw the injured passenger.
Tire out Kelelahan The children tired out their grandmother.
Touch down Mendarat The plane touched down exactly on time.
Toy with Berpikir dengan maksud serius I’ve been toying with the idea to start a business.
Track down Melacak The police finally tracked down the main suspect.
Try on Mencoba mengenakan Can I try on another size?
Turn away Menolak seseorang masuk Hundreds of fans were turned away from the stadium.
Turn down 1. Mengecilkan volume

2. Menolak

Please turn down the music. It’s too loud.
Turn off Mematikan Turn off the light please before you leave.
Turn up 1. Datang, muncul

2. Membesarkan volume

She turned up an hour late.
U    
Use up Menghabiskan The kids have used up all the toothpaste.
V    
Vie with Berkompetisi dengan seseorang The athletes vied with each other for first place.
Vouch for Menyatakan kepercayaan diri, menjamin sesuatu You can give the keys to Andy. I can vouch for him.
W    
Warm up Beristirahat, memanaskan She warmed up some leftover food.
Wash up Mencuci piring Who’s going to help me wash up?
Watch out Berhati-hati Watch out! There’s a car coming.
Wear out 1. Menjadi tidak dapat digunakan

2. Merasa sangat lelah

Julie wore out her shoes sightseeing.
Whip up Mempersiapkan dengan cepat I can whip up something to eat if you’re hungry.
Wolf down Makan dengan rakus The boys wolfed down the whole cake.
Work out 1. Melakukan aktivitas fisik

2. Menemukan solusi

I work out twice a week at they gym.
Wind up Menyelesaikan sesuatu I can finally wind up after writing a lot.
Wipe off Menyeka He asked me to wipe off the spilt milk on the table.

 

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