Flashcards in phrasal verbs 'on' and 'in' Deck (12)
try sth on
never by shoes without trying them on.
put on sth
putting on a brave face
I don't think his cheerfulness is put-on.
I've got something weighing on my mind.
rely/depend/count on (upon)
You can always relay on Jim.
You must keep on trying.
pass sth on
When you've finished with the magazine, just pass it on to someone else.
Please call in and see us when you are next in town.
take sth in / take in sty
The skirt is too big for me now - I'll have to take it in.
rub sth in / rub in sth
Rub the cream in gently with the tips of your fingers.
lock sb in / lock in sb
Make sure you leave office by 6.30 p.m. or you'll be locked in.
втискиваться, лезть без очереди
It's so annoying when people push in at the bus stop.