break out - start suddenly (for a war, fire, etc.), bring on - cause (an illness, etc.), come down with - start to suffer from a minor illness, come round /to - become conscious, cut down (on) - do less of (smoking, etc); reduce an amount of, feel up to - feel well enough to do, get over - recover from (an illness, etc.), give up - stop doing sth. you do regularly, look after - take care of, pass out - suddenly become unconscious, pull through - survive (a serious illness, etc.), put down - kill (a sick/old animal), put on - gain (weight), wear off - stop being effective (for a drug, etc.),

Unit 14. Health and fitness. Vocabulary. Phrasal verbs. 10th form. Grammar and Vocabulary. Macmillan.


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