add… to… 把……加到……
add to 增加，增添
add up （把……） 加起来
add up to总和为；总共是
If you add 5 to 6, you'll get 11.
His coming added to our trouble.
Please add up all the money I owe you.
His whole school education added up to one year.
agree with+ sb./sth.同意某人的看法；（两条信息）相符
食物/天气+agree with sb. 食物/天气适合某人
agree to sth.同意某个建议/计划/安排/办法等
agree on sth.在某事上达成一致意见
agree to do sth.同意做某事
Your story agrees with what I have already heard.
You look well. The air and the sea foods in Sanya must agree with you, I suppose. 你看上去气色不错，我想三亚的空气和海鲜肯定适合你。
I quite agree to your advice.
We couldn't agree on the date for the party.
They agreed to come on Monday.
break away from挣脱，脱离；离开（团体、组织等）
break out (战争、火灾、疾病等)爆发；（不愉快的事）突然发生
The prisoner broke away from his guards.
On my way to the station my car broke down.
The peace talks broke down.
His house was broken into last week.
The couple broke up last year. They had lived together for twenty years, though.这对夫妻去年离婚了，尽管他们在一起生活了20年。
The government should take measures to bring down the prices of housing.
He brings in ￡30 a week.
His new book will be brought out next month.
All of our kids were brought up to respect other people.
call up打电 话给；使想起
The situation calls for immediate action.
I'll call for you at seven o'clock tomorrow.
Let's call on John/at John's.
The football match has to be called off because of the bad weather.
come up with提出，想出
She came across an old friend of hers yesterday while she was shopping at the department store. 昨天她在百货商店购物的时候遇到了一个老朋友。
He spoke for a long time but his meaning didn't really come across.
Can you tell me how the accident came about?
It suddenly came to her that she had been wrong all along.
At last he came up with a good idea.
come into sight/view出现；映入眼帘
come into use开始使用
come into effect生效
come into being产生，形成
come into power当权，执政
come into action开始行动
come into existence存在
end up 最终
end up with… 以……而结束
end in… 以……结尾；以……为结果
We were going to go out，but ended up watching videos at home.
The party ended up with a song.
Their long struggle ended in failure.
get across (to sb.)传达；解释清楚
get down to sth./doing sth. 开始（做）某事；开始认真注意(或对待)某事
get through熬过（困境）；通过考试；接通(电 话)
get rid of摆脱；除掉
The little boy isn't very good at getting his ideas across.
We have just moved into a bigger house and there's a lot to do. Let's get down to it.
He said he'd meet me for lunch if he could get away.
He's a person who's not easy to get along well with.
Believe in yourself. You will get over the difficulty.
I tried ringing you several times yesterday but I couldn't get through (to you).
give in (to)屈服；让步
Bill Gates gave away most of his fortune to the poor.
We have invited a famous actor to give away the prizes.
He would rather die than give in to the enemy.
These wild flowers give off a nice smell.
After a month, their food supplies gave out.
go by (指时间)流逝;遵循(或依照)某事
go in for参加(考试或比赛)；对某事物有兴趣
go against违背go on继续;(时间等)流逝
I went through my homework to make sure that nothing had been missed.
As time went by， she became interested in what she was doing.
Don't go against your parents.
hold on等着，停住；坚持住；(打电 话)别挂断
hold on to保住，守住
hold together (使)保持团结
hold one's breath屏住呼吸
She's holding up well under the pressure.
Traffic has been held up for two hours by the snowstorm.
He couldn't hold back his tears at the unexpected news.
They managed to hold on until help arrived.
keep away from 避免接近；远离
keep back 使某人(与……)保持距离；抑制(感情等的流露)；隐瞒
keep sb.from doing sth.阻止某人做某事
keep (on) doing sth.继续做某事
keep out of… 使……不进入；使置身于……之外
keep up 保持，维持
keep up with跟上；与某人保持联系；熟悉，了解(消息、形势等)
She kept on working although she was tired.
Let's hope the sunny weather keeps up for Saturday's tennis match.
Keep off the grass!
Do keep out of the rain if you haven't a raincoat.
She likes to keep up with the latest fashions.
look out当心，小心； (for)当心（某物）
look down on/upon轻视，看不起
look forward to (doing sth.)盼望(做某事)
When you are on a bus you should look out for pickpockets.
We're so much looking forward to seeing you again.
She looked through her notes before the examination.
She looked up from the book as I entered the room.
I looked it up in the dictionary.
make up 形成，构成；编造；组成；化妆；(for)弥补
make out 辨认出；弄清楚；填写
make fun of 取笑
make for 向……移动;有利于
make up one's mind(s) 某人下定决心
make sense 有道理/意义；讲得通
make (good/full) use of (充分)利用
Animal bodies are made up of cells.
Hard work can make up for a lack of intelligence.
I can't make out what she wants.
He has never made it as an actor.
pull in/into 赚(大笔钱)；(火车等)进站停靠
pull out (of)(火车等)离站；退出
pull over (使)车辆停靠在路边
His injuries are severe but he's expected to pull through.
Several houses were pulled down to make room for the new road.
They got to the station too late； the train was pulling out.
He pulled up at the traffic lights.
put up with忍受，忍耐
They decided to put off the meeting until after Christmas.
One should always put a little money aside for a rainy day.
He put forward a very good suggestion at the meeting.
The exam results will be put up on Friday afternoon.
I can't put up with your bad behavior any longer.
run away from sth.躲避；回避；逃跑，出逃
run off with sth.偷走某物;携某物潜逃
run out (of sth.)用完，耗尽
run over （容器）溢出；快速地阅读（或练习）
run up against sth.遭遇（突如其来的问题）
—OK, I've had enough of it. I give up.
—You can't run away from your responsibilities.
The treasurer had run off with the club's funds.
We ran into thick fog on the way home.
Time is running out for the trapped miners.
The government is running up against considerable opposition to its tax reforms.
set about (doing) sth.着手(做)某事
set an example to sb.＝(set sb.an example)为某人树立榜样
If you want to catch that train you'd better set off for the station immediately.
I set about researching the habits of snakes so I could trap them in the easiest way.
The moment they arrived there, they began to set up the tent.
In much of the animal world, night is the time set aside for sleep—pure and simple.
can't stand (doing) sth.无法忍受(做)某事
stand up for支持；维护
stand up to拒绝接受（某人或组织的）不公平对待；抵抗
I can't stand people interrupting me all the time.
Yao Ming stands out in the crowd because he is so tall.
The letters PRC stand for the People's Republic of China.
How can you stand by when he is in trouble?
take after (在长相或性格方面)像
He took off my wet boots and made me sit by the fire.
I've decided to take a few days off next week.
Our manager has left， so Peter will take over his job.
The table takes up too much room.
She took me in completely with her story.
Some insects take on the color of their surroundings to protect themselves.
We arranged to meet at the cinema at 7:30, but he failed to turn up.
I can't hear the radio very well; could you turn it up a bit?
She turned down the job offer because she wanted more money.
There was no single person whom she could turn to in the dark street.
Thousands of people turned out to watch yesterday's match against Ireland.
Hundreds of people had to be turned away from the stadium.