Phrasal Verbs Practice – 152

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Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs Practice – 152

sew something up
: to close or repair something by sewing it
?Could you sew up this hole in my trousers
usually passive) informal)
: to finish a business agreement or plan and get the result you want
.The deal should be sewn up in a week
have something sewn up to have gained control over a situation so that you are sure to win or get what you want
.It looks like the Democrats have the election sewn up

settle up
: to pay what you owe on an account or bill
.We settled up and checked out of the hotel

settle up with
.I’ll settle up with the bartender, then let’s go

sit in
: to be present at a meeting but not take an active part in it

sit in on
?Would you like to sit in on some of my interviews

sit by
: to allow something wrong or illegal to happen without doing anything about it
.I’m not going to sit by and watch a man go to prison for something I’ve done

 

.Fill in the blanks with the appropriate phrasal verbs

sew up (2) / settle up / sit by

.N1. I’m not going to …………… and watch a man go to prison for something I’ve done
.N2. We …………… and checked out of the hotel
. …………… N3. It looks like the Democrats have the election
.N4. The deal should be …………… in a week

 

:Answers

sit by / settled up / sewn up / sewn up

 

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