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Dennis Oliver's Phrasal Verbs: H
hand in (separable): submit homework, an assignment, etc.
"You'd better get started on your report. You know
that you have to hand it in at 8:30 tomorrow morning!"
hand out (separable): distribute.
"Why don't you have a course description and list of
assignments? The teacher handed them out on the first day of
hang up (no object): end a phone conversation by
replacing the receiver.
"I'd like to talk longer, but I'd better hang
up. My sister needs to make a call."
have to do with (inseparable): be about.
"This class has to do with the behavior of
people in groups."
hold up (1. separable): raise; lift to a higher-than-normal
"The winner of the race proudly held his trophy
up for all to see."
hold up (2. separable): delay.
"I'm sorry I'm late. There was an accident on the
freeway and traffic held me up."
hold up (3. separable): rob; threaten someone with harm
unless he/she gives her/his money or other valuable things.
"Sarah is very upset. When she was walking home last
night, two men held her up and took her purse and