Intransitive (Ge├ži┼čsiz) Phrasal Verbs

A┼ča─č─▒da┬áIntransitive (Ge├ži┼čsiz) Phrasal Verbs ┬áanlat─▒ld─▒;


Intransitive (Ge├ži┼čsiz) Phrasal VerbsA┼ča─č─▒daki phrasal verbs ÔÇś ler nesne almazlar. “Once you leave home, you can never really┬ágo back┬áagain.” ÔÇťEvden bir kez ayr─▒l─▒rsan, bir daha asla geri d├Ânemezsin.ÔÇŁ
Fiil Anlam ├ľrnek
break down bozulmak That old Jeep had a tendency to break down just when I needed it the most.
ÔÇťEski cipim, ona en ihtiyac─▒m oldu─ču zamanda bozuldu.ÔÇŁ
catch on tutmak Popular songs seem to catch on in California first and then spread eastward.
ÔÇťPop├╝ler ┼čark─▒lar ├Ânce California da tutar daha sonra do─čuya do─čru yay─▒l─▒r.ÔÇŁ
come back Geri d├Ânmek Father promised that we would never┬ácome back┬áto this horrible place.
ÔÇťBabam, bu berbat yere bir daha d├Ânmeyece─čimize s├Âz verdi.ÔÇŁ
come in girmek They tried to come in through the back door, but it was locked.
ÔÇťArka kap─▒dan girmeyi denediler ama kap─▒ kilitliydi.ÔÇŁ
come to ┼×uuru yerine gelmek He was hit on the head very hard, but after several minutes, he started to┬ácome to┬áagain.
ÔÇťKafas─▒n─▒ ├žok k├Ât├╝ ├žarpt─▒ ama birka├ž dakika sonra bilinci yerine gelmeye ba┼člad─▒.ÔÇŁ
come over Ziyaret etmek The children promised to come over, but they never do.
ÔÇť├çocuklar ziyaret edeceklerine s├Âz verdiler ama hi├ž gelmiyorlar.ÔÇŁ
drop by Habersiz ziyaret etmek We used to just drop by, but they were never home, so we stopped doing that.
ÔÇťEskiden habersiz u─črard─▒k ama onlar─▒ hi├ž evde bulamazd─▒k bu y├╝zden art─▒k gitmiyoruz.ÔÇŁ
eat out Yemek i├žin┬á d─▒┼čar─▒ya ├ž─▒kmak When we visited Paris, we loved┬áeating outin the sidewalk cafes.
ÔÇťParisÔÇÖe gitti─čimizde kald─▒r─▒m kafelerinde yemek yemeye bay─▒l─▒rd─▒k.ÔÇŁ
get by Hayat─▒n─▒ s├╝rd├╝rmek Uncle Heine didn’t have much money, but he always seemed to┬áget by┬áwithout borrowing money from relatives.ÔÇťHeine amcan─▒n ├žok fazla paras─▒ yoktu ama o, akrabalar─▒ndan bor├ž almadan da her zaman hayat─▒n─▒ s├╝rd├╝r├╝rd├╝.ÔÇŁ
get up kalkmak Grandmother tried to┬áget up, but the couch was too low, and she couldn’t make it on her own.
“B├╝y├╝kannem aya─ča kalkmaya ├žal─▒┼čt─▒ ama kanepe ├žok al├žak oldu─ču i├žin kendi ba┼č─▒na kalkamad─▒.”
go back Geri d├Ânmek It’s hard to imagine that we will ever┬ágo back┬áto Lithuania.
ÔÇťLitvanyaÔÇÖya bir daha geri d├Ânemeyece─čimizi d├╝┼č├╝nmek ├žok zor.ÔÇŁ
go on Devam etmek He would finish one Dickens novel and then just go on to the next.
ÔÇťDickens roman─▒n─▒n birini bitirir, hemen bir sonrakine devam ederdi.ÔÇŁ
go on (2) Olmak, meydana gelmek The cops heard all the noise and stopped to see what was┬ágoing on.ÔÇťPolisler b├╝t├╝n g├╝r├╝lt├╝y├╝ duydu ve neler oldu─čuna bakmak i├žin durdu.ÔÇŁ
grow up büyümek Charles grew up to be a lot like his father.
ÔÇťCharles t─▒pk─▒ babas─▒ gibi olmak i├žin b├╝y├╝d├╝.ÔÇŁ
keep away Uzak durmak The judge warned the stalker to┬ákeep awayfrom his victim’s home.
ÔÇťYarg─▒├ž, su├žluyu kurban─▒n evinden uzak durmas─▒ i├žin ikaz etti.ÔÇŁ
keep on (with gerund) Devam etmek He tried to┬ákeep on┬ásinging┬álong after his voice was ruined.ÔÇťSesini iyice kaybetmeye ba┼člad─▒ktan sonra bile ┼čark─▒ s├Âylemeye devam etmeye ├žal─▒┼čt─▒.ÔÇŁ
pass out bay─▒lmak He had drunk too much; he┬ápassed out┬áon the sidewalk outside the bar.ÔÇť├ľyle ├žok i├žmi┼čti ki bar─▒n ├Ân├╝ndeki kald─▒r─▒ma d├╝┼č├╝p bay─▒ld─▒.ÔÇŁ
show off G├Âsteri┼č yapmak Whenever he sat down at the piano, we knew he was going to┬áshow off.
ÔÇťPiyanonun ba┼č─▒na ne zaman otursa, g├Âsteri┼č yapaca─č─▒n─▒ bilirdik.ÔÇŁ
show up Varmak, ortaya ├ž─▒kmak Day after day, Efrain┬áshowed up┬áfor class twenty minutes late.
(Efrain ard─▒ ard─▒na derse yirmi dakika ge├ž kal─▒yordu.)
wake up Uyanmak I woke up when the rooster crowed.
ÔÇťHoroz ├Âtt├╝─č├╝nde uyand─▒m.ÔÇŁ

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