A phrasal verb is a verb with one or two prepositions or adverbs or one preposition and one adverb. When put together they often have a meaning completely different from the verb. For example we give someone a present but we give up smoking. Other times the meaning is more obvious. For example when we break a plate it is of no further use. When we break up with somebody the relationship is over.
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