Phrasal Verbs

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Back out—withdraw from a commitmentوعدے سے مُکر جانا

Once he makes a promise, he will never back out.

Bear out—confirm توثیق کرنا

The witness did not bear out his statement.

Bear with—tolerateدرگزر کرنا

It is impossible to bear with his bad temper.

Blow out—extinguish by blowing پھونک مار کر بجھانا

The wind blew out the candle.

Blow up—destroy by explosionدھماکے سے اڑا دینا

The terrorists had a plan to blow up the bridge.

Break away—escapeفرار ہو جانا

The prisoner broke away from his guards

Break down—stop working; collapseخراب ہو جانا، رک جانا

Our car broke down on the way.

Break in—interruptقطع کلامی کرنا

Do not break in while I am talking.

Break into—enter by forceنقب لگانا

Burglars broke into their house while they were away.

Break off—end something suddenlyمقطع کرنا

The two countries have broken off diplomatic relations.

Break out—start suddenly اچانک پھوٹ پڑنا

Fire broke out during the night.

Break up—come to an end ختم ہونا

The conference broke up at 8.00 PM.

Break with—end a connectionتعلق توڑدینا

He has broken with his friend over a trifle

Bring about—cause to happenعمل میں لانا، متعارف کرانا

The Government has promised to bring about changes in our education system.

Bring out—publish شائع کرنا

He has brought out a new book.

Bring round—persuade قائل کرنا

After some discussion, I brought him round to my point of view

Bring up—raise or educate پرورش کرنا

She brought her children to be truthful.

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