Phrasal verbs are a common English verb form that consist of a verb followed by a p-word that functions as a particle. To learn more about some of the most common phrasal verbs in the English language, click on a letter in the following menu to browse the Phrasal Verb Dictionary in alphabetical order.
Note: When a word entry includes a p-word enclosed in parentheses, the phrasal verb is a phrasal-prepositional verb.
|ice down||treat with ice||separable transitive||The athlete iced her ankle down.|
|ice over||become covered with ice||intransitive||The lake iced over in the storm.|
|identify with||feel similar to||inseparable transitive||She identifies with the main character.|
|impact on||have a noticeable effect||inseparable transitive||The weather may impact on our plans.|
|impress upon||make understand the importance of||inseparable transitive||I cannot impress upon you enough.|
|ink in||write or draw||separable transitive||Let me ink you in.|
|ink out||cover up writing||separable transitive||The spy inked the important documents out.|
|inquire into||attempt to discover||inseparable transitive||Let me inquire into the details.|
|iron out||resolve||separable transitive||Let me iron out the details.|
|itch for||want badly||inseparable transitive||Her husband itches for a new car.|