to come along - to arrive or appear at a place, to pass away - to die, to deal with - to talk to someone or meet someone, especially as part of your job, to take over - to start doing a job or being responsible for something that another person did or had responsibility for before, to stand out - to be much better than other similar things or people, to come across - to find something by chance, to set off  - to start a journey, to put up with - to accept an unpleasant situation or experience or someone who behaves unpleasantly, to break down - if a machine or vehicle breaks down, it stops working, to catch up - to reach someone in front of you by going faster than them,

Match the phrasal verbs with their definitions! Claudia Di Marco scuola secondaria II grado (I livello)




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