दक्षिण कोंकणी उतरावळि

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  1. बोब मारप  (v.)
    Category: Idiomatic phrasal verbs
    figurative meaning

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Idiomatic phrasal verbsवाक्यांश क्रिया
  1. abandon helpless
  2. abide
  3. abuse using obscene, filthy or profane words
  4. accept
  5. accept responsibility
  6. accept unwanted responsibility
  7. accomplish an aim
  8. accuse
  9. acquire a bad reputation
  10. acquire resources to live well
  11. act as if assisting
  12. act beggarly
  13. act contrary to real
  14. act heedlessly
  15. act idiotic
  16. act mad
  17. act pointlessly
  18. act stupidly
  19. act unethically
  20. act unnaturally
  21. add insult to injury
  22. aggravate
  23. amplify
  24. appear after a long time
  25. apply to eye
  26. appropriate
  27. ask for calamities
  28. ask or call for difficulty calamity etc.
  29. assault
  30. assist
  31. attack
  32. attract discomfort due to one's own activity
  33. avoid someone purposefully
  34. await
  35. await eagerly
  36. awaken craving
  37. badger
  38. banish
  39. bask in sunshine
  40. bathe in large quantities of water
  41. bathe off accumulated dirt from body after many days
  42. batter
  43. be about to be bankrupt
  44. be absorbed in the work
  45. be affected by an evil eye
  46. be affected by evil eye
  47. be alert for any sound
  48. be all ears
  49. be angry and sulky
  50. be arrogant
  51. be ashamed
  52. be astonished
  53. be at loose end
  54. be attentive
  55. be awake all night
  56. be aware of a pressure in the head
  57. be bankrupt
  58. be blinded by fear or tragedy
  59. be born of breech delivery
  60. be bounced around
  61. be brattish
  62. be broke
  63. be buffeted about
  64. be burdened with some responsibility
  65. be burdensome
  66. be bursting to come up
  67. be careless
  68. be cheated
  69. be chocked by emotion
  70. be circulated
  71. be compatible
  72. be competent to think properly
  73. be complementary
  74. be completely drenched
  75. be constipated
  76. be consumed with craving for
  77. be cruel
  78. be crushed
  79. be damaged
  80. be dazzled
  81. be dead since long
  82. be deafened by loud sound
  83. be deafened by noise
  84. be deeply attached to someone
  85. be defective
  86. be delayed
  87. be depressed
  88. be despondent
  89. be deterred
  90. be devoid of sound
  91. be diluted
  92. be disappointed
  93. be discouraged
  94. be disgraced
  95. be diverted from studies
  96. be down in the dumps
  97. be drenched
  98. be driven by frenzy
  99. be dumbfounded
  100. be effortlessly intelligent
  101. be effortlessly intelligent, be foolish
  102. be egotistic
  103. be emaciated
  104. be enmeshed in a complication from which escape is impossible
  105. be entrapped in slimy mud or marshy land
  106. be envious
  107. be exceptionally alert
  108. be exhilarated
  109. be extremely angry
  110. be extremely ashamed
  111. be extremely attentive
  112. be extremely happy
  113. be extremely hungry
  114. be extremely tensed
  115. be extremely untruthful
  116. be extremely worried
  117. be eye catching
  118. be fastidious
  119. be fed up
  120. be flustered and make sudden movements of head like rogue elephants
  121. be foolish
  122. be free of burden
  123. be frightened
  124. be furious
  125. be fussy
  126. be gaunt
  127. be generous
  128. be gloomy
  129. be hair raising
  130. be half mad
  131. be happy
  132. be harmonious
  133. be having menses
  134. be heartbroken
  135. be heavily maligned
  136. be held back
  137. be held in disrepute
  138. be held in great disrepute
  139. be helpless
  140. be horror struck
  141. be hungry
  142. be idiotic
  143. be ill
  144. be immersed in godly matters at all times
  145. be imperfect
  146. be imposed upon
  147. be in a bad spell
  148. be in a critical state
  149. be in a frenzy with worry
  150. be in a serious health condition
  151. be in an angry mood
  152. be in difficulties
  153. be in dilemma
  154. be in frenzy
  155. be in haste
  156. be in one's sight
  157. be in the grip of some emotion like anger or extreme irritability
  158. be inclined to
  159. be incumbent against one's will
  160. be inferior
  161. be influenced
  162. be insane
  163. be insolvent due lavishness or squandering
  164. be insolvent due to lavishness or squandering
  165. be intensely watchful
  166. be intoxicated
  167. be involved
  168. be irritating
  169. be jealous
  170. be jobless
  171. be known all over the place
  172. be lazy, be bedridden
  173. be like shackled
  174. be low spirited
  175. be mad
  176. be making frequent visits
  177. be maligned
  178. be mangled
  179. be miserly
  180. be mortally afraid
  181. be muddled and badly organised
  182. be neglected
  183. be nervous
  184. be not able say that which one know but disremember at the present
  185. be not in a haste
  186. be not in one's right mind
  187. be not up scratch
  188. be noticed
  189. be of correct measure
  190. be of no value
  191. be of peculiar habits
  192. be of poor quality
  193. be on the brink of death
  194. be on the decline
  195. be on the tip of the tongue
  196. be on the verge of death
  197. be orphaned
  198. be out of one's control
  199. be out of senses
  200. be over smart
  201. be over worked
  202. be overcooked
  203. be overenthusiastic
  204. be penny- pinching
  205. be perfectly fitting
  206. be pleased
  207. be pompous
  208. be possessed by an evil spirit
  209. be pressed down
  210. be pricked by conscience
  211. be puffed up with pride
  212. be punished
  213. be ready to do something
  214. be ready to sacrifice one's life for someone
  215. be resolute
  216. be rid of anger/irritation
  217. be ridden of unwanted responsibility
  218. be scantily dressed like wearing a very low necked blouse by women
  219. be second-rate
  220. be secretive
  221. be sick, be lazy
  222. be silent
  223. be silent when the need was to talk
  224. be so angry as be ready strike
  225. be sodden
  226. be sorry
  227. be soundless
  228. be sourpuss
  229. be standing even after a long time after entry
  230. be still standing
  231. be stingy
  232. be stranded
  233. be stupid
  234. be substandard
  235. be swamped with ill luck
  236. be sympathetic
  237. be terrified
  238. be terror stricken
  239. be thoroughly wet
  240. be thrifty
  241. be thrilled
  242. be thrown about
  243. be tied to the oil mill
  244. be tongue tied
  245. be unable to leave
  246. be unable to think properly
  247. be uncontrollable
  248. be undecided
  249. be under one's control
  250. be under the spell of some spirit
  251. be unyielding
  252. be utterly exhausted
  253. be utterly selfish
  254. be utterly shocked
  255. be very angry
  256. be violent
  257. be weak
  258. be weak or watered down
  259. be weakened by old age
  260. be weary of life
  261. be weird
  262. be wet and sticky
  263. be within reach
  264. be worried
  265. be worse
  266. be worthless
  267. be yearning do something
  268. bear in mind
  269. bear the emptiness in one's house
  270. beat
  271. beat about the bush
  272. beat mercilessly
  273. beat mercilessly or indiscriminately
  274. beat someone
  275. beat thoroughly
  276. become a burden
  277. become a mother
  278. become an earning person
  279. become angry lightning speed
  280. become arrogant
  281. become bankrupt
  282. become bankrupt and resort begging
  283. become bankrupt due to lavishness
  284. become calm
  285. become clean
  286. become crooked in character
  287. become drowsy
  288. become emotional
  289. become extremely angry
  290. become extremely ignominous
  291. become extremely thin with illness
  292. become fat
  293. become feeble
  294. become free from tension or work or responsibilities
  295. become fully aware of
  296. become furious in a flash
  297. become haughty
  298. become hoarse
  299. become hopeless
  300. become ignominous
  301. become ill because of somebody else's longing for the food one was eating
  302. become mad
  303. become mad with tension
  304. become mental with worry
  305. become more inferior
  306. become obese
  307. become pauper
  308. become penniless
  309. become pregnant
  310. become self-dependent
  311. become self-reliant
  312. become superior in uselessness
  313. become thin
  314. become unbalanced mentally
  315. become unethical
  316. become unwell
  317. become useless
  318. become wider than longer
  319. befall a calamity
  320. beg
  321. behave foolishly
  322. behave without weighing consequences
  323. behold
  324. beseech
  325. blast out words
  326. blink
  327. bloat
  328. blow out of proportion
  329. blush
  330. boast
  331. bog
  332. bolt down
  333. boss around
  334. bow with shame
  335. brag
  336. break the fold
  337. bribe
  338. brighten up
  339. bring dishonour
  340. bring ruin
  341. bring the limelight
  342. bristle
  343. broadcast someone's secret intentionally
  344. bruise
  345. burglarise
  346. burn with envy
  347. burn with jealousy
  348. burn with malice
  349. butt in
  350. buy trouble
  351. cajole
  352. calm
  353. caress
  354. carry a burden
  355. carry on hip
  356. carry the burden of one's sins
  357. cast an evil eye
  358. caught in a trap
  359. cause envy
  360. cause hindrance
  361. cause hindrance while walking
  362. cause ill effect by the happening of what was said in jest
  363. cause to lose footing)
  364. cause to trip
  365. change direction
  366. change from one hand the other or one person to other
  367. change hands
  368. change opinion
  369. chase
  370. chat for length
  371. chatter
  372. cheat
  373. cheat and get away with something
  374. cheat and take away
  375. churn out stories
  376. clamp on someone’s throat with the intention of pushing him out
  377. clasp onto
  378. clean
  379. clean out by robbing
  380. clear the way
  381. cling
  382. cling to
  383. close door
  384. close door partially
  385. cloud with anger
  386. cluster around someone
  387. coat
  388. coerce to do something
  389. collect and bring together
  390. come empty handed
  391. come into possession
  392. come under pressure
  393. commence with a caress and conclude with a stab
  394. complete work at one go
  395. compliment excessively
  396. conceal
  397. concentrate
  398. concentrate on
  399. conclude in mind
  400. concoct tales
  401. concote
  402. confront
  403. congratulate
  404. consider as of no value
  405. consider carefully
  406. consider pros and cons
  407. consider someone or something worthless
  408. consider worthless
  409. contain
  410. continue in one place only
  411. contort
  412. control someone
  413. cook up elaborate falsification
  414. corner someone using the words uttered by them earlier
  415. corrode
  416. count the days to the end
  417. countermand
  418. court danger
  419. cover with gloom
  420. covet
  421. cower with fright
  422. crack knuckles
  423. create lies
  424. cringe
  425. cringe in fright
  426. criticise
  427. crush
  428. crush after falling down
  429. cry
  430. curl up with discomfort
  431. curl with fright
  432. curse oneself
  433. cut off relations or friendship
  434. cut the hand that feeds
  435. damage
  436. dawdle
  437. deal
  438. dealings
  439. deceive
  440. decide
  441. declare openly to all and sundry
  442. decline
  443. defalcate
  444. defame self
  445. delay
  446. delve deep into unnecessary details
  447. demand exorbitant prices
  448. denial
  449. deride
  450. describe one's sufferings
  451. despair
  452. destroy
  453. destroy completely
  454. develop a hump like protuberance at the nape due obesity
  455. develop a hunch
  456. device plans of deceit
  457. devour everything
  458. devour greedily
  459. devour whole
  460. die
  461. dig up confidential information
  462. dilly-dally
  463. disapprove
  464. disarray
  465. disclose
  466. discourage
  467. dismiss someone
  468. disorganise
  469. disregard
  470. distort
  471. disturb
  472. do an inauspicious deed
  473. do anything very slowly
  474. do at one stretch
  475. do foolish thing
  476. do foolish things
  477. do foolish work
  478. do futile work
  479. do happily
  480. do hesitantly
  481. do in one sitting without rest
  482. do only at the last minute
  483. do something freely
  484. do something only at the eleventh hour
  485. do something without forethought
  486. do the irregular
  487. do the things on time
  488. do unrestrictedly
  489. do very slowly
  490. do with difficulty
  491. do with full attention
  492. do with sincerity
  493. do without taking rest
  494. dodge
  495. dominate
  496. donate generously
  497. dose
  498. double cross
  499. drag on hookah
  500. drink liquor
  501. drive away
  502. drive away someone
  503. drop down carelessly
  504. dump any problems on whoever is at hand
  505. dwell in forest
  506. eat all
  507. eat all that was served
  508. eat by snatching
  509. eat cattle feed
  510. eat disinterestedly
  511. eat frequently a small quantity
  512. eat in full
  513. eat one's words
  514. eject
  515. elope
  516. emaciate
  517. embellish
  518. embezzle
  519. encourage
  520. encourage someone to start on an adventure and then do an act to hurt him
  521. end
  522. endure someone's lamentations
  523. enjoy doing
  524. enjoy poisoning someone's mind by tale bearing
  525. enjoy success
  526. enquire about trivial matters
  527. enrage
  528. entice but not give up fully
  529. entrap
  530. entreat
  531. eradicate
  532. err
  533. escape from death
  534. evade
  535. evict
  536. exaggerate
  537. exaggerate one's excuses
  538. excite a quarrel and enjoy it
  539. expand
  540. expire
  541. exploit
  542. express audibly
  543. express displeasure
  544. express helplessness
  545. extort high price
  546. extremely ill and at risk of death
  547. eyes become bulged
  548. fabricate
  549. fabricate lies
  550. fabricate stories
  551. face
  552. face all sorts of risks
  553. face calamities one after the other
  554. face extreme calamity
  555. face resentfulness
  556. face risk
  557. face to cover with gloom
  558. fail to care for
  559. fail to notice
  560. fall at the feet
  561. fall in between
  562. fart with a loud and lengthy hissing whoosh
  563. feast the eyes upon
  564. feed an idea
  565. feed forcibly
  566. feel affection
  567. feel apprehensive
  568. feel astonished
  569. feel attraction
  570. feel bliss
  571. feel compassionate on seeing or hearing someone’s woes
  572. feel disheartened
  573. feel displeasure
  574. feel empathy
  575. feel envious
  576. feel euphoria
  577. feel extremely embarrassed
  578. feel extremely hungry
  579. feel extremely hungry as to get stomach pain
  580. feel faint by fatigue or fright
  581. feel hot
  582. feel hurt
  583. feel irritated
  584. feel jealous
  585. feel like steamed
  586. feel mentally disturbed
  587. feel mentally disturbed due to any particular reason
  588. feel mirth but not show
  589. feel overwhelmed
  590. feel pity
  591. feel relief after worrying a lot
  592. feel sad
  593. feel stewed
  594. feel stifled in the heat
  595. feel stormy
  596. feel strained
  597. feel sweltered
  598. feel sweltering hot
  599. feel the burden of house hold expenses or duty
  600. feel the stomach to be burning due to acidity
  601. feel unashamed
  602. feel yearning
  603. feign ignorance
  604. feign shortage
  605. ferret out
  606. ferret out the secrets of others
  607. fetter
  608. fight between husband wife
  609. fill with emotion
  610. find a way out of difficulty
  611. find the secrets
  612. find the time
  613. finish having periods
  614. finish or wax the floor using cow dung
  615. flash in anger
  616. flash news
  617. flatten by impact
  618. flatter
  619. flatter and coax
  620. fledge
  621. flee for one's life
  622. flounder
  623. fly
  624. follow a path
  625. follow illegal path
  626. for a baby take the first step
  627. for the days to pass by
  628. for the head or drainage point to appear on a pustule
  629. for the house to leak
  630. for the menses not to come on time
  631. for the palm to move smoothly over the skin when patting
  632. for the prominence of spicy hotness of food be lessened
  633. for the sky to brighten up or turn brilliant shades of orange or yellow after sunset
  634. for the spicy pungency be more prominent than the other tastes in the food
  635. for the sunshine to become mild
  636. for the sweet taste to linger
  637. for the veins to bulge out while talking angrily
  638. for the water to seep in through the walls/ceiling
  639. force any work upon
  640. force in drudgery
  641. force out secrets
  642. force someone to act or do something
  643. force someone to do one's whim
  644. force words out
  645. forcefully open a flower
  646. form a plate like mass
  647. forsake
  648. fritter away
  649. frown
  650. fuss
  651. fuss like a spoilt brat
  652. fuss overly
  653. gaze lecherously
  654. gesticulate
  655. get a bigger problem using a smaller problem
  656. get a jolt
  657. get a larger payback for the insult given
  658. get a pretext
  659. get a reason
  660. get a sudden shock
  661. get an excuse
  662. get attached to
  663. get butterflies in the stomach
  664. get damaged
  665. get defamed
  666. get destroyed
  667. get divorce
  668. get emaciated due to hunger
  669. get extra benefit
  670. get extremely angry
  671. get frightened
  672. get heavy scolding
  673. get involved
  674. get irritation in the anus by eating spicy food
  675. get jealous
  676. get out of any given promise by any artful means
  677. get ruined
  678. get skinny
  679. get slow
  680. get something in large quantities
  681. get spoiled
  682. get thin
  683. give
  684. give a dressing down
  685. give a sign by blinking
  686. give an excuse
  687. give away almost free
  688. give blows
  689. give complete attention to specific problem
  690. give control of
  691. give ear to
  692. give excuses
  693. give full concentration to any act done
  694. give peace of mind
  695. give respect
  696. give support
  697. give too much liberty
  698. give trouble by finding fault with each and everything or blaming where not needed
  699. glorify oneself
  700. gloss over
  701. glower
  702. go berserk
  703. go into unnecessary details
  704. go on hands and knees
  705. gobble
  706. gossip
  707. gossip as time pass
  708. grab
  709. grab throat
  710. grasp
  711. grimace
  712. grow luxuriantly
  713. guide
  714. happen to visit
  715. happening of the unexpected and the impossible
  716. harass
  717. harass by following consistently
  718. harden one's mind
  719. have a bout of nausea
  720. have a catnap
  721. have a downward trend
  722. have a full stomach
  723. have a headache
  724. have a liquorish tongue but a lecherous tail
  725. have a mistress
  726. have a muscle cramps
  727. have a scheme
  728. have a sense of relief
  729. have a sunken belly
  730. have a sunken stomach
  731. have access
  732. have brains
  733. have churning sensation
  734. have excessive worry
  735. have extreme attachment for someone or something
  736. have fame
  737. have favourable outcome
  738. have good fortune
  739. have good qualities
  740. have goose bumps
  741. have gooseflesh
  742. have green thumb
  743. have intelligence
  744. have limitations
  745. have liquorish tongue
  746. have menses
  747. have no alternative
  748. have obsession
  749. have repetitive thoughts
  750. have same thoughts over and over
  751. have scorching heat
  752. have second thoughts on giving
  753. have skill
  754. have some kind of problem or illness to body parts
  755. have some part in the problem
  756. have status
  757. have the means
  758. have the stomach growl
  759. have two horoscopes compatible
  760. have unusual features
  761. have urgent need to urinate
  762. have urinary retention
  763. hear attentively
  764. hear out patiently
  765. hear sporadically
  766. help
  767. help or support
  768. hesitate to give
  769. hinder
  770. hindrance caused while walking due the lengthy cloth worn
  771. hold in check
  772. hope and dream for the impossible
  773. hurt at the perfect place
  774. hurt with words
  775. idle away time
  776. ignore
  777. ill-treat
  778. implore meekly
  779. impose
  780. impose a bride or groom
  781. in a bad condition
  782. incinerate
  783. increase the volume of food by adding unnecessary amount of water
  784. infallibly reach the target
  785. influence
  786. inhale
  787. insult
  788. interfere
  789. interrupt
  790. intervene
  791. irritate
  792. itch
  793. itch in the throat
  794. jeer
  795. jumble up household items
  796. jump up to do something in haste