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Some Examples:

1. Abide by: Accept or follow a decision or rule.
Use: We have to ABIDE BY what the courtsays.
2. Account for: To explain.
Use: They had to ACCOUNT FOR all the money that had gone missing.
3. Ache for: Want something or someone a lot.
Use: My partner's been away for a fortnight- I am ACHING FOR her.
4. Act on :To take action because of something like information received.
Use: The police were ACTING ON a tip from an informer and caught the gang redhanded.
5. Act on: Affect.
Use: The medicine only ACTS ON infected
tissue.
6. Act out: Perform something with actions and gestures.
Use: They ACTED OUT the story on stage.
7. Act out: Express an emotion in your behaviour.
Use: Their anger is ACTED OUT in their antisocial behaviour.
8. Act up: Behave badly or strangely.
Use: My computer's ACTING UP, I think I might have a virus.
9. Act upon: To take action because of something like information received.
Use: The police were ACTING UPON a tipoff.
10. Act upon: Affect.
Use: The enzyme ACTS UPON certain proteins.
11. Add on: Include in a calculation.
Use: You have to ADD the VAT ON to the price they give.
12. Add up: To make a mathematical total.
Use: We ADDED UP the bill to check it was
correct.
13. Add up: Be a satisfactory explanantion for something.
Use: She explained why the work wasn't ready, but her story doesn't ADD UP.
14. Add up to: Have a certain result.
Use: Trains delays are getting worse and with the high fares, it all ADDS UP TO misery for the commuters.
15. Add up to: Come to a certain amount or figure.
Use: The total costs ADD UP TO several million euros.
16. Agree with: Affect- usually used in the negative to show that something has had a negative effect, especially it makes you feel bad.
Use: I feel terrible- that food didn't AGREE WITH my stomach.
17. Aim at: To target.
Use: The magazine is AIMED AT teenagers.
18. Aim at: Intend to achieve.
Use: They're AIMING AT reducing costs by ten percent.
19. Allow for: Include something in a plan or calculation.
You should ALLOW FOR delays when planning a journey.
20. Allow of: Make possible, permit.
Use: The rules don't ALLOW OF any exceptions.
21. Angle for: Try to get something indirectly, by hinting or suggesting.
Use: He's been ANGLING FOR an invitation, but I don't want him to come.
22. Answer back: To reply rudely to someone in authority.
Use: Her mother was shocked when she started ANSWERING her BACK and refusing to help.
23. Answer for: Be held responsible for a problem.
Use: The government should be made to ANSWER FOR their failure to sort out the problem.
24. Answer for: Speak on behalf of someone or from knowing them.
Use: I can ANSWER FOR my partner because I know her position on this issue.
25. Argue down: Beat someone in a debate, discussion or argument.
Use: The teacher tried to ARGUE the girl DOWN, but she couldn't.
26. Argue down: Persuade someone to drop the price of something they're selling.
Use: She ARGUED him DOWN ten percent.
27. Argue down: Try to persuade people not to accept a proposition, motion, etc.
Use: They tried to ARGUE DOWN the proposal.
28. Argue out: Argue about a problem to find a solution.
Use: If we can't ARGUE our differences OUT, we'll have to take them to court.
29. Ask about: Ask how someone is doing, especially professionally and in terms of health.
Use: He ASKED ABOUT my father.
30. Ask after: Enquire about someone's health, how life is going.
Use: Jenny rang earlier and ASKED AFTER you, so I told her you were fine.
31. Ask around: Ask a number of people for information of help.
Use: I have no idea, but I'll ASK AROUND at work and see if anyone can help.
32. Ask around: Invite someone.
Use: We ASKED them AROUND for dinner.
33. Ask for: To provoke a negative reaction.
Use: You're ASKING FOR trouble.
34. Ask for: Request to have or be given.
Use: I ASKED FOR the menu.
35. Ask in: To invite somebody into your house.
Use: 'Jon's at the door.' 'ASK him IN.'
36. Ask out: To invite someone for a date.
Use: He wanted to ASK her OUT but was too shy.
37. Ask over: Invite
Use: They have ASKED us OVER for drinks on Friday.
38. Ask round: Invite someone.
Use: We ASKED John ROUND for diner.
39. Auction off: Sell something in an auction.
Use: They AUCTIONED OFF their property as they were heavily in debt.
40. Back away: Retreat or go backwards.
Use: The crowd BACKED AWAY when the man pulled a knife.

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