Phrasal Verb

Phrasal verbs are two or more words that together act as a completely new verb with a meaning separate from those of the original words.

Phrasal Verb:
battle something out

Meaning / Example:

1. to fight about something to a conclusion.
> They battled the matter out and came to an agreement.
> The two young toughs went into the alley to battle out their differences.

2. to argue something to a conclusion; to struggle to reach a conclusion.
> The Senate and the House disagree on the bill, so they will have to battle a compromise out.

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Phrasal verbs, also called two-word verbs, are idiomatic expressions wherein the second element of the verb (the adverb or particle) is not necessarily predictable.

A compilation of 50 phrasal verbs.
Phrasal Verb