Phrasal Verbs starting with C letter: English grammar

Phrasal Verbs starting with C letter 


 Calm down: Become less excited, intense, or angry


Cancel out: Neutralize the effect of something


Catch on: Begin to understand; to realize


Catch on: Become popular; to become commonplace; to become the standard


Catch up: Entangle


Catch up: Be brought up to date with news


Catch up: Bring someone else up to date with the news


Catch up: Reach something that had been ahead


Cheer up: Become happy


Cheer up: Make someone happy


Chew out: Lecture, scold, reprimand, or rebuke


Chew up: Chew so as to make something pulpy


Chicken out: Shy away from a daring task


Chill out: Relax or take time out; to calm down


Chill out: Hang out; spend time together with another person or group


Clean out: Clean, especially to tidy by removing the contents


Clean out: Empty completely; to remove all money or possessions from


Clean up: Make an area or a thing clean; to pick up a mess; to tidy


Clean up: Become clean, handsome, smart in appearance


Clean up: Make a large profit


Clear away: Leave, disappear


Clear out: Completely empty


Clear out: Remove or eject (from), especially forcibly


Clear out: Leave quickly


Clear out: Become empty


Close down: Stop trading as a business


Close down: Surround someone, as to impede their movement


Close in on: Enclose around; to tighten or shrink; to collapse


Close in on: Catch up with in a chase; to near the end of a pursuit


Close in on: Near a goal or completion


Close off: Seal or block the entrance to a road, an area, or a building so that people cannot enter


Close up: Move people closer together


Close up: Shut a building or a business for a period of time


Close up: Heal a cut or other wound


Clock in: Begin working time, especially by punching in


Clock in: Be measured at


Clock off: End work


Clock out: End work; to officially record a time when one terminates a period of work


Clock out: Officially record a work-termination time for


Consist in: Have the thing mentioned as the only or most important part


Consist of: Be composed or made up of something


Cool down: Become cooler, to be reduced in temperature


Cool down: Cause the temperature of an item to decrease


Cool down: Become less agitated


Cool down: Cause to become less agitated


Count down: Announce the passage of time to a precisely timed expected event


Count down: Await a precisely timed expected event


Count in: Include (someone) in an activity, etc.


Count in: Do a countdown before the start of something, especially a musical performance


Count off: Count (a series of numbers) aloud


Count on: Rely on, trust, or expect


Count out: Exclude; to dismiss from participation or eligibility


Count out: Enumerate items while organizing or transferring them.


Count up: Add to get a total


Crop out: Come to light; to be manifest; to appear


Cross off: Finish; to regard something as complete


Cross out: Strike out; to draw a line through


Cross over: Pass from one side or area, physical or abstract, to another


Cross over: Die


Cry off: Cancel something that one has previously arranged with someone


Cry out for: Be in urgent need (of)

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