Phrasal Verb

Phrasal verbs are multi-word verbs that, like single-word verbs, convey action of the body or mind or occurrences. Phrasal verbs consist of a basic verb + another word or words, usually a preposition or adverb. Example: speak (basic verb) + up (preposition)

Phrasal Verb:
ease someone out of something and ease someone out

Meaning / Example:

1. to get someone out of something carefully.
> The paramedics eased the injured man out of the wreckage.

2. to get someone out of an office or position quietly and without much embarrassment.
> We eased the sheriff out of office without a fight.

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Phrasal verbs are two or more words that come together to give us a new verb with a different meaning from the original words.

A compilation of 50 phrasal verbs.
Phrasal Verb