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Phrasal Verbs Starting with the Letter R

RACK UP
(separable) to accumulate in number (score)

You'd better watch where you park. You're really racking up the parking tickets.

READ OFF
(separable) to read aloud items from a list or display

The coach read off the names of the players cut from the team.

READ OVER
(separable) to read something thoroughly

Before you sign the contract, please read it over.

RENT OUT
(separable) to grant temporary use or occupancy in exchange for payment

Max rents one of the rooms in house out to make a little extra money.

RIP OFF
(separable) to steal something

Max ripped twenty dollars off from that old lady.

RIP UP
(separable) to tear something into pieces

The teacher ripped Max's test up because he caught Max cheating.

RUN AWAY
(intransitive) to escape from one's guardians

Mary ran away at the age of thirteen.

RUN INTO
(inseparable) to meet unexpectedly

I was surprised when I ran into Bill on the way to the store yesterday.

RUN OVER
(separable) to hit with a vehicle

Bill ran over a cat on his way to work.

RUSH IN
(intransitive) to enter quickly

The students rushed in because they were eager to learn.

RUSH OUT
(intransitive) to exit quickly

The workers all rushed out because it was time to go home.

Category: Phrasal Verbs | Added by: Teacher_Koce (2014-01-17)
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