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Useful Phrasal Verbs about PARTY in English

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Useful Phrasal Verbs about PARTY

  • Blow up

Meaning: Fill something with air or gas

Example: We blew up lots of balloons and hung them around the room.

  • Turn up

Meaning: Increase the amount of sound, heat, or light of a machine

Example: Can you turn the volume up a bit?

  • Blow out

Meaning: Use your breath to make a flame stop burning

Example: He blew out all 23 candles on his birthday cake.

  • Pull off

Meaning: Succeed in doing something that is difficult

Example: We successfully pulled off a surprise birthday weekend for our mother.

  • Go out

Meaning: Leave home and go somewhere, especially to do something enjoyable

Example: For New Year’s Eve, let’s go out to a club.

  • Dress up

Meaning: Wear more formal or fancier clothes than you usually wear

Example: The party is at a nice place, so I will dress up.

  • Hang out

Meaning: Spend time relaxing, usually with friends

Example: In stead of a big party, I’ll invite a few friends to hang out at my house.

  • Pick up

Meaning: Meet someone at their home to go somewhere, often in a car

Example: The party is at 8:00, so I’ll pick you up at 7:30.

  • Eat out

Meaning: Eat in a restaurant

Example: It’s the holiday season so I will be eating out a lot.

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Phrasal Verbs about PARTY