Phrasal verbs 4
- I can't put this work _________ any longer. If I don't do it soon, it'll be impossible to finish it in time.
- There's no need for you to check into a hotel. I'll be happy to put you ____.
- Don't even think about buying a car there. They'll rip you ______
- Julie was really angry at Bob; she told him ______ in front of all of us.
- The company was doing poorly until it hired a new president. He turned it __________ in about six months and now it's doing quite well.
- Why did she turn ___________your invitation?
- Two days after the robbery, the thieves turned themselves __________.
- I suppose I should get some new shoes. I've almost worn this pair _________.
- It's really cold today. Be sure you wrap _________ when you leave the house.
- Ugh! This meat is ______. Throw it away.
1. off. Put sth off: postpone.
2. up. Put sb up: to let somebody stay at your home.
3. off. Rip sb off: to cheat somebody by making them pay too much.
4. off. Tell sb off: to speak angrily to somebody for doing something wrong. Scold
5. around. Turn around/ turn sth around: if a business, economy, etc. turns around or somebody turns it around, it starts being successful after it has been unsuccessful for a time.
6. down. Turn sth/sb down: refuse. E.g. He asked her to marry him but she turned him down.
7. in. Turn sb in: to take somebody to the police or somebody in authority because they have committed a crime.
8. out. Wear out/ Wear sth out: to become, or make something become, thin or no longer able to be used, usually because it has been used too much.
9. up. Wrap up: to put warm clothes on.
10. off. Be off: go bad.