Important Phrasal Verbs – Part – 5

A phrasal verb is a combination of words (a verb + a Preposition or verb +adverb) that when used together, usually take on a different meaning to that of the original verb.

Phrasal Verbs – Bring,Brush,Bubble,Bucket,Buckle

1) Bring

Bring about – To make somethig happen

Bring along – To bring someone or something somewhere.

Bring around – To make someone who is unconscious become conscious again

Bring back – To make someone remember or think about something from the past.

Bring back – To give someone their previous job or position.

Brick before – To make someone go to a place where a judge or official group will hear what they have been accused of doing and make a decision about it.

Bring down – To cause people in positions of power to lose their position.

Bring forth – Produce something or to make something happen.

Bring forward – To change the date or time of an event so that it happens earlier than planned

Bring in – To earn or make a particular amount of money.

Bring into – To talk someone or something in a conversation.

Bring on – To help someone to improve their skills

Bring out – To produce something to sell to the public

Bring out – To make a shy person happier and more confident.

Bring over to – To persuade someone to agree with you

Bring before – To make someone start talking about a particular

2) Brush

Brush aside – To refuse to listen to what someone says or to refuse to think about something seriously.

Brush By – To walk quickly past someone, touching them slightly as you pass them.

Brush down/off – To remove dust, dirt etc form someone or something.

Brush off – To refuse to listen to what someone says or to refuse to think about something seriously.

Brush up

To Practise and improve your skills or your knowledge of something that you learned in the past but have partly forgotten.

3) Bubble

Bubble over – To be very excited and enthusiastic

4) Bucket

Bucket down – To rain Very heavily

5) Buckle

Buckle down – To start working hard


Buckle up – to fasten the belt that stops you from falling out of your seat in a car or plane.