List of multi-word verbs (J-R)

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This list of multi-word verbs (J-R) includes the different types of multi-word verbs (MWVs) out there, such as phrasal verbs (verbs + adverbs), prepositional verbs (verbs + prepositions) and semi-auxiliaries. It is intended as a reference for teachers, not as a mere list to be presented as-is to students. Don't forget to point out that, like so many other verbs, many MWVs can have more than one meaning.

Those MWVs that have many forms will have their own dedicated page ("See main article"), while those with just two or three will have the forms included on this page.

With keep[edit]

See main article List of multi-word verbs: keep.

With kick[edit]

With knock[edit]

  • knock out (make become unconscious)

With lay[edit]

With lead[edit]

With let[edit]

  • let down (fail to help)

With lie[edit]

With look[edit]

  • look forward (anticipate with pleasure)

With make[edit]

With mark[edit]

With move[edit]

With pass[edit]

  • pass away (to die)
  • pass out (to become unconscious)

With pay[edit]

With play[edit]

With pop[edit]

See main article List of multi-word verbs: pop.

With pull[edit]

With put[edit]

With read[edit]

With reckon[edit]

With ring[edit]

With round[edit]

With rub[edit]

With run[edit]

  • run away

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