GROUP VERB/PREPOSITIONAL VERB/PHARASAL VERB
যখন কোন verb একটি Preposition গ্রহণ করার পর একটি compound verb-এ পরিণত হয় এবং একটি বিশেষ অর্থ Group Verb Prepositional verb Pharasal Verb
Act for () A lawyer acts for his client.
Act on (-carry out) 1 I acted on my brother’s advice.
Act upon (fe) Over eating acts upon our health.
Act upon (ce) He acts upon my suggestion.
Act upon (): Acting upon the Information the police raided the hostel. Act upto (): The computer does not act upto our expectation.
Act from (Cent) : We should act from a sense of duty. Act under (1) The supporters acted. under the orders of their leader. Act against (f) The officer acted against the interest of the company.
Bear away (win, ) He bore away the prize.
Bear down (): The government bore down the sedition.
Bear off (প্রতিযোগিতায় জয়লাভ করা ) He bore off the prize. Bear out (confirm): His evidence does not bear out charge against you.
Bear up () I can not bear up such an insult.
Bear up against (4): The poor are to bear up against all miseries. the matter under discussion.
Bear up on (freem): The point has no bearing Bear with (y) 11 can not not bear with such conduct.
Bear up (1) Honesty bore him up in rainy days. Bear on (eft): The character and behaviour of parents bear on their children:
Blow away (remove): Wind blows away dry leaves. 240
Blow down (f): The storm blew down many trees. Blow out (fect cm): The child blew out the candle.
Blow over (4) 1 A storm blew over the city. Blow off (emit-fife): An engine blows off steam. Blow up (fe): Several bombs were blown up.
Blow in (): The students blew in the class room.
Break away () The thief broke away from the jail.
Break off (ra): He broke off in the middle of the story.
Break out (de rot) : Cholera has broken out in the village.
Break up (Re): Our scholl breakes up at 4 p.m.
Break into (e) Last night a thief broke into my room.
Break down (endine mast): His health has broken down Break with (fr) I broke with him for his misconduct.
Break in upon (the core we ore) The angry mob (s) broke in upon the meeting Break through (The army broke through the main gate.
Break forth (O): The tiger broke forth from the bush. Break in (): The farmer broke the bull in.
ADVANCED LEARNER’S ENGLISH GRAMMAR & COMPOSITION
Bring about (m): His laziness has brought about his own ruin.
Bring down (48) His defeat has brought down his pride.
Bring forth ( The queen brought forth a child.
Bring up (): He was brought up by his uncle.
Bring on (0) Smoking brings on various diseases.
Bring in (): His business brings in a large income. Bring off () A life boat brings off the crew of a lost ship.
Bring out () He has brought out a new edition of his book.
Bring round ( R): The patient was brought round through proper treatment.
Bring to (c) Hearing the result the boy fainted but was brought to. Bring under (): The wild horse was brought under.
Call at (অল্প সময়ের জন্য কোন স্থানে দেখা করা) 1 Yesterday he called at my office.
Call in (re) : They called in a doctor.
Call on (0) He called on me.
Call over (T): The teacher called over the
Call up (43) I can not call up his name.
Call out (1): The girl called out at the top of her voice.
Call off (): The workers called of their strike. Call forth (W): The leader called forth his supporters to work to gether.
Call for (61): The officer called for an explanation from me.
Call upon (): The poor boy called upon me for help. Call upon (): I shall call upon you tomorrow.
Call off (): The noise calls off my attention.
Carry away (বহিয়া নেওয়া ) The boy was carried away by a strong current (প্রবল স্রোত)
Carry on (finnem): He failed to carry on his studies for poverty..
Carry out (1) Students should carry out their learners advice.
Carry away (): The audience was carried away by her sweet songs.
Carry off (): He will carry off the prize. Carry through (টিকাইয়া রাখা) His honesty will carry him through advarsities ( প্রতিকূলতা
Carry about (): One should not carry about a lot of money.
Cast about for (): I have been casting about for a suitable job for my brother.
Cast away (fic): He cast away the pen.
Cast away (1) He cast away their proposal.
Cast down (e): He was cast down by his fallure. Cast off (Coro): I have cast off my old shoes.
Cast out (er): If he comes to me for help. I will not cast him out.
Cast into (1) Iron is cast into different things, an Cast out (): They cast him out from the party for his misconduct.
Come about (): The quarrel came about for land. Come across () 11 came across him in the
Come by (out): The beggar came by a purse of gold on the way.
Come round(): The patient will come round soon.
Come upon (the): The enemies came upon him from behind. Come upon ( o ) I came upon him in the college. Come out (en) 1 The results of the S.S.C. Examination will come out very soon.
Come over (1) A change came over him after his fathers death.
Come over (fe): Our opponent party has come over our side.
Come on (tom): The rain came on.
Come to (o): The fees realised today came to taka 20000. Come to (7): The fainted boy came to sense.
Come up to (o): My result did not come up to my expectation. Come to (o): They could not come to a conclusion over the problem.
Come after (f): The young boys came after the thief
Come along (tref): Come along. It is getting late. Come away (10): The handle of the exe came away.
Come at (4): He came at with sharp knife.
Come down (f): The roof came down suddenly.
Come down (): The price of rice has come down.
Come down (from) : He came down with my dues.
Come forward (): None came forward to help the wounded man. t Cut
Cut down (cct com) : Jerry cut down the tree with an axe.
Cut down (en) I shall cut down my expenses. tre
Cut off (R): He is cut off from his family. Cut off (c) Della cut off her hair.
Cut off (from) Some time villages are cut off from the cities for natural calamities.
Cut out (0) I shall cut out coffee for the next two weeks.
- Cut out (fe): I shall cut him out in the competition. Cut into (টুকরো টুকরো করে ভাগ করা cut the mango into two pieces. Cut in (re): He cut in the middle of our talk.
Cut up (se) I was cut up by his remark.
Cut up (w): The maid cut up the meat.
Do away with (0) Dowry system (m) should be done away with. Do for (): I am done for my wrong decision.
Do for (5): This pen will do for a pencil. Do into(): Do the English passage into Bengali.
Do off (c) Do off your shirt. Do on () Do on your shirt.