1000 Common English Phrases With meaning & Example
In this list of phrases, you will learn some most important English phrases that would help you to make wonderful sentences. If you can learn these English phrases with meaning, definitely you will be more confident when you speak.
Another important matter is that Native speakers use a huge amount of phrases when they talk to others. For this, we need to learn English phrases as many as possible so that we can understand all the Native Speakers.
Let’s get into the list of English Phrases with meaning;
01. Common English Phrases List (01 – 50)
||Accept or follow a decision or rule
||We have to abide by what the court says.
||To from the total of something
||I cannot account for my failure.
||The medicine only acts on infected tissue
||Express an emotion in your behavior
||Their anger is acted out in their antisocial behavior
||অবিরাম বেদনা ভোগ করা
||Want something or someone a lot
||My partner’s been away for fortnight I am aching for her.
||Include in calculation
||You have to add the vat on to the price they give
|যথার্থ মনে হওয়া
||Come to a certain amount or figure
||The total cost add up to several million
||Have the same opinion
||He agreed with me to go on a business.
||To decide something together
||He agreed to my proposal.
||To acknowledge the truth or existence of something
||He is admitted to class nine.
02. Common English Phrases 11 – 20
||লক্ষ্য স্থির করা
||The magazine is aimed at teenagers
||Include something in a plan for or calculation
||You should allows for delays when planning a journey.
||Be held responsible for a problem
||The government should be made for their failure to sort out the problem
||Argue about a problem to find a soluation If we can’t ARGUE our differences OUT,
||If we cannot argue our differences out, we will have to take them to court
||কোন কিছু সম্পর্কে জিজ্ঞাসা করা
||Ask how someone is doing, especially professionally and in terms of health.
||He asked about my father
||To provoke a negative reaction
||You are asking for trouble
||একই প্রশ্ন অনেককে জিজ্ঞাসা
||We asked John round for dinner.
||Sells something in an auction
||They auctioned off their property as they were heavily in debt.
||দোষী সাব্যস্ত হওয়া
||Someone doing something wrong
|The man was accused of theft.
||খারাপ পথে আসক্ত হওয়া
||Someone is addicted to harmful thing
||Shaed is addicted to gambling.
03. Common English Phrases 21 – 30
||Missing from a place of situation
||He was absent from the class.
||Positive opinion of someone or something
||The committee approved of our proposal.
||Give or apportion to someone
||Twenty shares were allotted to me.
||Worried for something
||I am not anxious about my result.
||কোন বিষয়ের উপর
||The power or right to give orders.
||I have no authority on this matter.
||Power or right to give order
||What is your authority for such a statement?
||A feeling of liking and caring for someone
||I have a great affection for my younger brother.
||Try to get something indirectly , by hinting or suggesting
||He has been angling for and invitation, but I don’t want him to come
||Retreat or go backward
||The crowd backed way when the man pulled a knife.
||The tree is bare of leaves.
04. Common English Phrases 31 – 40
||To use particular ideas or facts to make a decision.
||What he says is based on truth.
||to be very determined
||She is bent on going.
||to be very careful about something
||Beware of the mad dog.
||serious responsibility for someone
||He is burdened with a big family.
||to speak proudly of someone
||He is boast of his smartness.
||কোন স্থানের উদ্যেশ্যে যাত্রা
||on the way to heading for
||The ship is bound for Chittagong.
||to be owned by someone
||The pen belongs to me.
||to speak suddenly loudly
||She burst out laughing.
||কান্নায় ভেঙ্গে পড়া
||to start producing something suddenly & with great force.
||She burst into tears.
||harass, often excessively
||He is beset with dangers.
05. Common English Phrases 41 – 50
||to be patient somebody
||I can not bear with such an insult.
||unable to see
||She is blind of one eye.
||She is blind to her daughter’s fault.
||to feel that you can trust somebody
||I believe in God.
||producing good results or helpful effect
||Exercise is beneficial to health.
||উইলের ধারা দিয়ে যাওয়া
||to arrange for money or property to be given to somebody after your death.
||I bequeathed my all to him.
||showing an unreasonable like or dislike for a person
||Headmaster is bias towards my result.
||to come very close to being something
||Your behaviour borders on modesty.
||confer or present ( an honor right or gift)
||May Allah bestow his feelings on you.
||not to allow something
||There is no bar to his trying for the post.
06. English Phrases List – (51 – 100)
||to obey an order or request
||He complied with my request.
|Condemn to, for
||অপরাধী বলে রায় দেওয়া
||to express an unfavorable or adverse judgment on something
||He was condemned to death for murder.
||making it easy
||Early rising is conducive to health.
||This climate is not congenial to his health.
||Marked by inordinate desire for wealth.
||They are covetous of dowry.
||opposite in direction
||Your opinion is contrary to my thought.
||Power or influence over someone or something.
||He has no control over his son.
||Spend more time doing one particular thing than others.
||Concentrate on your studies.
||All should confide in religion.
||Feeling or showing certainly about something.
||I’m confident of my success.
07. Common English Phrases 61 – 70
||বিশ্বাস করে বলা
||To tell somebody secrets and personal information because you feel you can trust them
||He confided the matter to me.
||I congratulate you on your success.
||My family is consisted of five members.
||I’m contented with my achievement.
||True happiness consists in contentment.
||He is callous to my suffering.
||Find out the clue to the mystery.
||Your story coincides with my story.
||You are not competent for the post.
||I want a certificate of character.
08. Common English Phrases 71 – 80
||The game is close to an end.
||They commented on the plot.
||Call in a doctor.
||গিয়ে দেখা করা
||He called me at the hospital.
||The magician converted rice into wheat.
||She was conspicuous for her memory.
||Cling to books.
||This rule is common to all.
||Don’t conceal it from me.
||He confused pride with vanity.
09. Common English Phrases 81 – 90
||I confess to this weakness.
||রোগে মারা যাওয়া
||Died of disease
||He died of dengue fever.
||দূূূর্ঘটনা দ্বারা মৃত্যু
||Dead by accident.
||Zakir died by accident
||কোন কিছুর প্রভাবে মারা যাওয়া
||To die under the influence of something.
||Ali died from overeating/hunger.
||জীবন উৎসর্গ করা
||To sacrifice one’s life.
||Soldiers are ready to die for the country.
||Tamim dedicated a century to his brother.
||He is deficient in physics.
||To prevent someone from having something.
||Rashed is deprived of all properties.
||He dealt out equal justice to all.
||The discussion was deferred to the next meeting.
10. Common English Phrases 91 – 100
||The cause of shame.
||She is disgrace to her family.
||He deals in rice.
||You should deal with him cordially.
||একমত না হওয়া
||I disagree with you.
||Calculate relationship between smaller and longer number.
||Divide the stick into five pieces.
||To take exception.
||Don’t demur to my request.
||To allow to decide.
||The construction of the bridge was deferred to the next year.
||Something claimed as due.
||There is demand for English.
||The feeling of not trusting someone.
||There is reason for your distrust of him.
||To spend a lot of time thinking.
||They dwelt on terrorism.
English Phrases List – (101 – 150)
||Live in or at a specified place.
||Jane dwells in village.
||The students are distinct from one another.
||Bring shame on.
||He is disgrace to the country.
||Not having something usual.
||He is devoid of commonsense.
||To stop doing something.
||He desisted from the attempt.
||মত পার্থ্যক্য হওয়া
||To differ in sentiment.
||Afra dissents from your views.
||Don’t deviate from moral character.
||To give something a particular quality.
||Ideal men are endowed with mortality.
||To take part or to become involved.
||I am engaged in playing.
||Qualified for or allowed or worthy of being chosen.
||He was entitled to a scholarship for his outstanding performance
Common English Phrases 111 – 120
||বিশ্বাস করে দেওয়া
||To rely on one to care for someone.
||He entrusted me with the gift.
||To serve as an expert.
||I am expert at violin.
||দেখানো বা প্রকাশ করা
||To reveal private information.
||They exposed the report to the criminal.
||A feeling of discontent regard to another’s success.
||I have envy of her property.
||He was exiled from the country.
||Having the necessary conditions.
||I am eligible for the post.
||Smoke emerges from the kitchen.
||To allow someone to not do something.
||I was exempted from checking tickets.
||Drained of energy.
||He is exhausted with watching TV.
||Studying is essential to good result.
Common English Phrases 121 – 130
||To cause someone to become very angry.
||Father sometimes enrages with son.
||To have something as a result.
||All his efforts ended in smoke.
||To gradually take power on someone’s right.
||Pop music encroached on our Bengali culture.
||Impatient desire on interest.
||He is eager for doing job.
||Having the necessary conditions.
||He is not eligible for the post.
||শ্রেষ্ঠ প্রতিপন্ন হওয়া
||To be outstandingly good at.
||I want excel in football.
||Run away from confinement.
||There is no escape from death.
||Regard something as probable.
||I don’t expect this from/of her.
||গুপ্ত কিছু বের করা
||To produce something, especially information.
||The police elicited information from the criminal.
||Complete confidence in a person.
||The dog has faith to its master.
Common English Phrases 131 – 140
||To feel certain that somebody exists.
||Keep faith in God.
||To seem strange or unknown to someone.
||Curiosity is foreign to this character.
||I am fit for the post.
||Exhaustion from labor.
||He is fatigue with hard work.
||Having extremely unfortunate.
||The fault is fatal to his career.
||Abounding in fruit.
||My plain is fruitful in gaining success.
||(A space or container) to become full or almost full.
||The glass is filled with water.
||The fact of finding someone or something attractive.
||He has fascination for property.
||Approve of someone or something.
||His proposal is favorable to my business.
||Kardi was not false to the ‘Maratha”.
Common English Phrases 141 – 150
||To eat something.
||Cows feed on grass.
||To answer a question in an angry way.
||Police fired at the criminal.
||Remain loyal to.
||The dog is faithful to its master.
||To help or make life better for someone by taking something unpleasant away from them.
||My life is free from anxieties.
||He is good at Chemistry.
||Showing on appreciation with gratitude.
||We are grateful to the teachers.
||অসন্তোষ প্রকাশ করা
||To complain to someone.
||The chairman grumbled at my conduct.
||To feel angry with someone because of something that they have done in the past.
||I did not grudge to you.
||To prevent something from happening.
||I will guard you, against your enemy.
||To give a possibility of what something might be.
||Rajib guessed at the truth.
English Phrases List – (151 – 200)
||Ashamed because you have done something wrong.
||He was prisoner for the guilty of theft.
||To be proud of something.
||I felt glory in his success.
||To be grateful to have something.
||I am glad of your health.
||To feel or express great sadness.
||He grieved from his dead friend.
||এক পলক দেখা
||Catch sight of.
||He got a glimpse of a jet plan.
||Sadness of something tragic.
||He felt grief for Hancy Cronje.
||He is greedy of wealth.
||To become sad or regretful.
||He is grieved at his loss.
||To reveal a secret.
||Don’t give way the end of the story.
||To stop trying to do something.
||keep trying! Don’t give up the ship.
Common English Phrases 161 – 170
||To success in communicating something.
||We decided to go across the U.S by car.
||To not be in somebody’s favour.
||Don’t go against your father.
||To return to a place.
||We’d better get back to the apartment.
||To develop into an adult.
||I didn’t grow up in Boston.
||to be included with something.
||She was reluctant to go with him.
||Visit a lot of different places for pleasure.
||I spent the afternoon gadding about in the West End.
||গোজ দিয়ে কন্ঠরোধ করা
||Want something a lot
||I am gagging for a drink
||দল বাধিয়া কাজ করা
||Form a group against something or someone.
||They ganged up to try to stop the new system
|Gang up against
||দলের বিরুদ্ধে কাজ করা
||Harass , bully (in a group)
||They ganged up against me because I wouldn’t accept their ideas.
||দ্রতগতির গিয়ার দেয়া
||Organise or arrange something for a particular purpose, audience, etc(Often passive)
||It’s not geared to non specialists.
Common English Phrases 171 – 180
||Have personal or sexual relationship with many people.
||She gets about a bit, she’s always with some new guy.
||Behave as if you are better or more important than others.
||Herself since she got promoted (This is normally used in progressive forms and followed by a reflexive pronoun, through get above your station is also used.
||I just couldn’t get my message across at the meeting.
||It’s late we must be getting along
||It didn’t take long for the news to get around once it got into the newspaper.
||His boss is always getting at him for arriving late.
||The train was held up so we didn’t get back home until midnight.
||He was rude and embarrassed me, but I’ll get him back.
||পাশ দিয়ে যাওয়া
||Have just enough money to live on
||They’re finding it increasingly difficult to get by since their daughter was born.
||Make someone depressed, unhappy, exhausted
||The miserable weather in winter really gets me down.
Common English Phrases 181 – 190
||আদায় করিয়ে আনা
||Arrange for someone to do a job in your home workplace etc
||The air conditioning has broken down we’ll have to get a technician IN to fix it.
||Become involved or interested
||She’s been getting into dance music recently.
||I’ve been hacking around all morning because I can’t get down to doing any revision.
||Break into a computer system
||He hacked into the government datavase and stole a lot of data.
||Perform or act in an excessive way to attract attention or amuse people.
||He hammed the part up to get the audience to laugh.
|Hammer away at
||হাতুড়ি দিয়ে আঘাত করা
||She Hammed away at her PC all night and finished the project.
||Repeat something over a period of time to make someone remember it.
||He hammed the rules into me.
||The police officer checked my licence, then handed it back.
||উপর থেকে দেওয়া
||Pass on the next generation
||The jewellery has been handed down in my family for generations.
Common English Phrases 191 – 200
||Give to someone else
||I handed the job on to colleague.
||The teacher handed out the worksheet to the class.
||অযথা সময় নষ্ট করা
||Spend time somewhere not doing much
||They hang about the station most of the day.
||Stay in a place
||They hang around the station most of the day.
||গ্রাহ্য না করা
||Could you hang on for a moment till she’s free.
||The driver told the passengers to hang on as the bus pulled off.
||Spend time socially
||He hangs out in the pub the Monarch he’s there most nights.
||Worry or trouble
||I have a lot of financial problem hanging over my head.
||End a phone call
||I lost my temper and hung up.
||Want something a lot, especially if you shouldn’t want it or can’t have it.
||I’m supposed to be on a diet and I can’t stop hankering after some chocolate.
English Phrases List – (201 – 250)
||বারংবার উল্লেখ করা
||Talk repeatedly about something
||I was late twice last week and my boss keeps harping on about it.
||Be jealous, abuse or have an active hatred of someone.
||She hates on people who disagree with her ideas.
||Get someone to do work
||We had the decorators IN last week.
||What did Jennie have on at the party.
||Have an arrangement
||I have a lot of meeting on next week.
||Move or travel towards
||It’s getting late I’m heading for home.
||Stop someone or force them to change direction.
||The sheriff and his men headed the bandits off at the pass
||Get to know some information
||Have you heard about the company takeover?
|He heated the soup up in
||She really helped me out when I was going through my divorce.
Common English Phrases 211 – 220
||Put something in a place where it won’t be found or away from people.
||They HID the money away in secret bank accounts.
||Go or stay somewhere to avoid being caught or found
||I am renting a cottage where I can hide away for the summer.
||Depend very much or completely
||Everything hinges on the results of the negotiations if they go badly we’ll b e in real trouble.
||Attack or criticise
||The president hit back at her criticise in a speech last night.
||Get someone to pay or donate money
||They hit the sponsors for a lot of money.
||বুদ্ধি বের করা
||Have an idea
||I suddenly hit on the solution.
||অনিচ্ছা প্রকাশ করা
||Not show emotion
||It was really hard to hold back the tears.
||Could you hold on for a minute she’ll be free in a moment.
||Persuade someone to do something they
||She hooked them into coming after
||We hooked up at the conference
Common English Phrases 221 – 230
||Not be serious
||The class were horsing around in his new car last night and the police pulled him.
||কোন স্থানে জায়গা করা
||Settle in a place as comfortably as possible to stay there
||The troops hunkered down in the building.
বস্তু ফিরে পাওয়া
|Search until you find something
||It took me ages to hunt out the photos.
||বিশৃঙ্খলা দূর করা
||Remove small problems or irregularities
||The management team ironed out the tax problems before they gave the project the ok.
||Come out of a place
||New initiatives issue forth from the government on a daily basis.
||To set by authority.
||The president imposed the order upon the cabinet.
||To do something for one’s own pleasure.
||The spoilt boy indulged in smoking
||To add something
||The clerk included the name in the chart.
||To add an ingredient to something by soaking.
||He infused a new spirit into us.
||The jackfruit is infected with germs.
Common English Phrases 231 – 240
||Not guilty of a particular crime
||Elizabeth is innocent of the matter.
||Feeling anger because of something urgent
||Jasy is indignant with him at his failure.
||To fully devate one’s alteration to someting
||I am immersed in anxieties.
||I am ignorant of the event.
||Not thinking about something
||He is indifferent to his fault.
||To ask someone something
||The anti terrorist committee inquired of the case.
||To demand something
||He insisted on getting the property.
||Exactly with some
||He gets philosophy identical with science.
||Of no substantial concequency
||This evidence is immaterial to the case.
||Sincerity is indispensible to success.
Common English Phrases 241 – 250
||Determind to something
||I am intended on getting the job.
||To make somebody experience something
||Police is involved in this robbery.
||To come out of something
||Smoke issued from the melting tar.
||He is irritated at this disappointed.
||He is ill with fever.
||Make trouble for someone, fail to keep promises
||Don’t listen to him he always jacks people around.
||Quit, give up
||I jacked my job IN because my boss refused to give me a rise.
||Apply or operate something forcefully
||Jack jammed on the brakes when the rabbit ran in the front of his car.
||Talk just for the point of talking rather than having anything to say
||That shows that your interest is not on helping the student but in jawing away
||Make something more interesting or attractive
||The show was getting stale so they jazzed it up with some new scenes.
English Phrases List – (251 – 300)
||ঝাকি মারিয়া কথা বলা
||Cause someone trouble, treat someone badly
||He was jerking us around and wouldn’t give us the facts.
||Be funny, or try to
||He’s always joking around in class.
||Make a quick note
||I jotted down her number on a scrap of paper and I can’t find it now.
||Make something more exciting or perform better.
||I need to buy some memory to juice my computer up.
||আগ্রহী সহকারে গ্রহন করা
||I’d jump at the chance to go and live in Japan
|Enter a conversation
||He jumped in and told them exactly what he thought.
||Everyone jumped on me when I raised the issue.
||ভারী বস্তু উত্তোলনের যন্ত্র
||Raise a car to be able to do mechanical work
||We jacked the car up and changed the tyre .
||অযথা কাজ করা
||Waste time doing unimportant things
||You should get your work done and stop jerking off.
||দ্রুত আরম্ভ করা
||The ipo jumped off on the first day.
Common English Phrases 261 – 270
||Turn upside down
||The boat keeled over in the storm and the crew drowned.
||Keep something near you
||I keep a dictionary around when I’m doing my homework
||দূরে সরিয়ে রাখা
||Don’t allow someone near something
||Medicines should always be kept away from children.
||Control yourself, refrain
||I couldn’t keep from arguing with her.
||Not talk about
||She kept of the subject of her divorce
||Not allow someone to enter
||The police kept the demonstrators out of the building.
||I need to key down before I go to bed.
||Enter numbers or information into a computer or electronic system
||It took me ages to key in all the information into the database.
||লক্ষ্য স্থির করা
||Target, focus on
||We will key on the opposing team’s lack of skills on defense.
||We kicked the idea about at the meeting
Common English Phrases 271 – 280
|Kick around with
||সময় ব্যয় করা
||Spend time with
||I used to kick around with them but haven’t seen them for a while.
||Pay someone illegally as part of the price
||I had to kick ten percent back to the government official to get the contract
||When a drug starts to take effect
||Her hayfever didn’t feel half as bad once the antihistamines had kicked in
||খেলা শুরু করা
||Start a game football
||The match kicks off at three o’clock
||Reduce or exterminate a population by hunting, pollution, development
||There used to be a lot of wolves around here but most of them have been killed off.
|পরিকল্পনাবিহীন কাজ করা
||Sleep away from your
home, often without planning to
|It’s too late to get the train so can I kip down here tonight?
||দূরে যেতে বলা
||Used to tell someone to go away
||He was bugging us so we told him to kiss off.
||He knocked the idea around a b it b ut decided not to bother.
||প্রচুর ব্যায় করা
||Cost someone a lot of money
||Your holiday must have knocked you back a bit
||দিনের কাজ দিনে শেষ করা
||Finish work for the day
||We knocked off early on Friday to avoid the rush hour queues
Common English Phrases 281 – 290
||They are knocking hundreds out a day in the sales
||Make a great effort
||I have got my exam next week and I haven’t done much work so I’d better knuckle down.
||Get someone into trouble
||He landed me in it when he told them what I had done wrong.
||Create a problem for someone
||He landed me with the job of proofreading the whole thing
||He lapped up their praise
|Large it up
||Have a good time when intoxicated
||They were larging it up in the rave
||Behave in a silly way
||The children made me angry because they were larking about
||প্রচন্ডভাবে ভারক্রান্ত হওয়া
||The rain was lashing down all day and the roads were flooded.
||Understand, often after a long time
||They were lying but it took her ages to latch on.
||Pretend something (an injury, news,etc) isn’t important
||He laughed off the sprained finger but it obviously affected his golf game.
Common English Phrases 291 – 300
||Establish rules or procedures
||The rules of the sport were laid down early in the nineteenth century.
||Falsely or cruelly raise hopes
||She led him on about her desire to get married.
||Become public knowledge
||The company’s plans to close the factory leaked out and they were very embarrassed.
||চাপ সৃষ্টি করা
||Put pressure on someone to get them to do what you want.
||The government has denied leaning on the attorney general to get his approval of the war.
||উৎসাহের সহিত সুযোগ নেয়া
||Take an opportunity enthusiastically
||He leaped at the chance to visit.
||Not turn off
||Leave the tv on I want to hear the football results.
||Disappoint, fail to keep an arrangement
||She failed to turn up and I felt badly let down.
||Stabilize the altitude of an airplane.
||The pilot leveled off at 8000 meters.
||Act in a lazy or unproductive way
||Most days he would usually just lie around the house.
||মহাকাশযানের খাড়া উৎক্ষেপন
||Leave the ground rocket or spaceship
||We have lift off.
English Phrases List – (301 – 350)
||আলোকময় করে তোলা
||Light or start smoking a cigarette
||Asif lit up as soon as he got out of the building.
||অত্যন্ত প্রচেষ্টা করা
||Prepare for something that will require a great effort
||They are limbering up for the end of the financial year.
||ঐন্দ্রজালিক , ভেলকি
||Make something disappear quickly
||for us all before I could get my wallet out in magic way
||The police made after the stolen car.
||বিনয়ের সহিত কথা বলা
||Behave with courage or conviction
||She told her anonymous critics to man up and speak publicly
||মূল্য হৃাস করা
||Reduce the price of something
||I will buy a lot more if you mark them down a bit
||Marry someone of the same ethnicity religion etc
||Many religions encourage their followers to marry in.
||Crush something until it becomes a paste
||He mashed up some bananas for the dessert.
||Take something to the limit reach a limit
||She maxed up her credit cards.
||Evaluate or judge by comparison
||Measure it against what our competitors have done.
Common English Phrases 311 – 320
||Have something happen to you
||They met with some problems they hadn’t anticipated.
||Heat something solid especially metal until it becomes liquid
||They melted the gold statue down and turned it into gold bars.
||Not be serious not use something properly.
||The Children were messing about with the tv remote control and broke it
||Not do something enjoyable or rewarding
||It’ll be great you will be missing out if you don’t come
||I always mix those two sisters up because
they look so like each other.
||Make a model of something to show or test it.
||They mocked up on example to show us what they would look like
||We moggied off early
||Not be serious
||The police officer told the drunks to stop monkeying around and go home quietly.
||অপমানজনক ভাবে কথা বলা
||Repeatedly criticise someone verbally
||My boss is always nagging at me about my arriving a few minutes late for work.
||Succeed in getting
||They are having trouble nailing down the contract.
Common English Phrases 321 – 330
||নাম অনুযায়ী নাম দেওয়া
||Give someone a name to remember another person
||I was named after my uncle who died in the war.
||সহজে বাছাই করা
||Remove less important options to make it easier to choose
||I am not sure which university to apply to but I have narrowed my list down to three.
||সতর্কতার সহিত কাজ করা
||Play safe and avoid taking a risk
||I am going to nerd out and not go on the river trip.
||I nodded off during the speech.
||Look for something hidden or secret
||The police are nosing about to see if they can find anything against the gang.
||Write something short like a phone number for future reference.
||She noted down my fax number so that she could send me the documents when she got to the office
|সমস্যা খুজে পাওয়া
||Find an answer to a problem
||The management and unions had a meeting to nut things out.
||Succeed or achieve something
||I nailed the job down in the first interview.
||Enter one’s mind
||When you saw how much trouble I was in?
||Start to talk freely about something
||She hates to open up and discuss her feelings
Common English Phrases 331 – 340
||She was operated on for eight hours
||I opted for an endowment mortgage.
||Be the reason for something
||She owes her success to hard work and determination
||সম্পূর্ণরুপে খুলিয়া যাওয়া
||Allow goods into a market
||Before they joined the wto they had to open up their markets.
||Choose to be a member or part of something
||I opted into the scheme
||Choose not to be part of something
||The UK opted of a lot of EU legislation on working
||দূরে সরিয়া থাকা
||Put something where it belongs
||I packed away the suitcase in the loft after we had emptied them.
||End a relationship
||She packed her boyfriend
||যে কোন জায়গায় নিদ্রা জ্ঞাপন
||Sleep somewhere for the night
||I am too tired to come home can I pad down here tonight?
||Begin a romantic relationship
||They paired off shortly after starting university.
Common English Phrases 341 – 350
||Be friendly and spend time with someone
||We used to pal about when we were at school
|Get someone to accept something that isn’t true
||He tried to palm me off with a pathetic excuse.
||পরিস্থিতির উন্নয়ন করা
||The way a situation develops
||I don’t know how things will pan out now the company’s been taken over.
||গোপনীয়তার সহিত সমস্যা সমাধান করা
||Try to conceal a problem without really fixing it
||The government tried to paper over the problems in the proposal but the press were very critical.
||Give something away especially when you don’t want to
||I found it very hard to part with my old CD when I digitized my collection
||Search or frisk someone
||The police patted them down for weapons but found nothing
||Fix or make things better
||I tried to patch things up after the argument but they wouldn’t speak to me
||Repay money borrowed
||I paid back the twenty pounds I had borrowed
||Eat very small amounts
||The food wasn’t very nice so I packed at it to look polite.
||Leave a group by moving in a different direction
||Some of the crowd peeled away to get out of the crush
English Phrases List – (351 – 400)
||খোটা দিয়ে আটকানো
||Keep working at something
||I pegged the tent down to stop the wind blowing it about
||Make something more interesting
||You need to pep your writting up
||Feel better or happier, make someone feel better or happier
||She was ill in bed with flu but she perked up a bit when some friends dropped by.
||দ্বন্ধ , বিবাদ, ঝগড়া করা
||Argue with someone about a specific subject
||The girl’s mother was quarreling out with her daughter about the party
||অনিচ্ছা প্রকাশ করা
||Dispute or disagree with something
||I am quarrelling with their idea but I think there are other possibilities
||Mess up, ruin
||I queered the exam up
||রাগ দমন করা
||The audience quietened down when the light were switched off in the auditorium and the play was ready to begin
||Stop working, associating or being friends with someone especially when they need support
||They quit on me just when things got rough
||They raced off when the police arrived
||সামনে থেকে চলে যেতে বলা
||Used to tell someone to go away because they are annoying you
||He told her to rack off
Common English Phrases 361 – 370
|Rain down on
||বৃষ্টির ন্যায় পতন
||Fall in large numbers
||Bombs rained down on the city all night
||Earn make money easily
||She is ranking in thousand a day
||অসংলগ্ন আলোচনা করা
||Talk at length without getting to the point
||Quit rambling on I am tired of listening to you
||চড়া দাম বৃদ্ধি পাওয়া
||The company has ramped its prices up because of higher oil prices.
|Say something firmly and loudly
||She rapped out the command
||ওয়াদা খেলাপ করা
||Fail to keep a promise
||He always rats on his promises
||The media are trying to ratchet up the pressure on the president
||বকবক বন্ধ করা
||Quote figures rapidly
||She rattled off load of statistics which nobody could understand.
||Stretch your arm to get something
||I reached out and caught the ball
||Read a list aloud for someone to write down
||I read off the figures and she wrote them down in her notebook.
Common English Phrases 371- 380
||Come to a conclusion or solution after some thought
||He reasoned out the answer to the math problem.
||Catch a fish on a line and pull the line to land
||He reeled in a ten pound salmon.
||Control someone or something to stop them causing more trouble
||They had to rein the minister in after her dreadful performance on TV
||Let grant a service or allow usage for a fee
||They rented their house out while the were abrod.
||Go away on a bike horse
||She hot on her motorbike and rode off.
||পুনরায় কল দেওয়া
||Return a phonecall
||I phoned and left a message this morning but she still hasn’t rung me back
||Charge excessively or obtain money
||Tourist get ripped off a lot when they don’t speak the language.
||The army rolled back when they came under attack.
||Put a saddle on and prepare an animal to ride
||She saddled me with preparing the visit
|Not go to school or work
||I was bored so I sagged
off work early and went home
Common English Phrases 381 – 390
||He sailed into me for turning up an hour late
||Leave somewhere safe or comfortable
||The townspeople sallied forth to fight the invading army
||She’s making a lot of money but salts it away rather than spending it
||Reduce or avoid consumption to cut cost
||I use skype to save on my phone bills
||To remove something by cutting it with a saw
||He sawed the plank up to make the shelves
||আনুপাতিক হারে কমানো
||Make something smaller than originally planned
||They had to scale back the project because of the cost
||আতঙ্কিত করা, কাধভীতি
||Make someone so frightened that he or she away
||The vicious Doberman guard dog scared the burglars away
||সন্ধান আনয়ন করা
||Look in different places for something
||The company is scouting about for new staff
||Manage with little money
||I have been scraping along on temporary work since I lost my job.
||Applicants without the right qualifications were screened out
Common English Phrases 391 – 400
||He spent the afternoon screwing around and got nothing done
||I will see about whether we can manage it
||Sell a business or part of it
||They sold off their research subsidiary
|I sent my
food back because it was overcooked
||The gang set about her as she left the bank
||আরাম করে বসা
||Start living a fixed and routine life
||After years of partying and drinking she finally got married and settled down
||Live somewhere temporarily
||We had to shack up with friends while our house was being decorated
||Make a part of a picture darker
||She shaded in the area under the tree
||পেরেক দিয়ে আটকানো
||Add something that wasn’t planned
||They tacked on a new ending to the film when they found that test audiences didn’t like the original
||Add an additional point to something written or spoken
||He tagged on a few comments after reading my report
English Phrases List – (401 – 450)
||বিক্ষিপ্তভাবে ছড়িয়ে পড়া
||Become silent or inaudible
||His voice tailed away when he was speaking about what he had done wrong
||Look like , resemble
||He takes after his mother
||He talked them around to accepting his point of view
||মৃদু আঘাত করা
||Get money off someone
||I tapped him for a loan
||Work with someone or a group to achieve something
||They teamed up to publicise the issue
|Disturb or upset greatly
||People were torn apart when news of the train crash came through
||কোন কিছু থেকে আলাদা
||Start or launch an event
||The new project will tee off next month
||বইয়ের পাঠ্য অংশ
||See a difference between two things
||They are identical twins so I cannot tell them apart
||চিন্তা করা/ পুনরায় ভাবিয়া দেখা
||Cancel an appointment by sending a text message
||I was feeling too tired to go and TEXTED OUT.
||Consider something carefully
||I’ve THOUGHT it OVER and have made up my mind; I’m going to take the job in Leeds.
Common English Phrases 411 – 420
||Discard something when no longer needed
||I THREW the alarm clock AWAY because it had stopped working
||Make reasonable progress without any serious problems
||Things are TICKING ALONG at work while the director’s away
||Try to get help
||She had nobody to TURN TO when her husband died.
||একত্রে ভিতরে গুজিয়া নেওয়া
||Enter computer data or text
||He TYPED the text IN and printed it off.
||Put something in a safe place
||I TUCKED the money AWAY in my drawer.
||Test something to see if you like it or want to buy it
||I TRIED OUT the program before I bought it.
||Put clothes on to see if they fit
||I TRIED the jacket ON before I bought it.
||I TRIPPED OVER and hurt my knee
||The crowd URGED the players ON
||Persuade or pressure to accept something
||They URGED the deal ON the company.
Common English Phrases 421- 430
||Persuade or pressure to accept something
||They URGED the contract UPON us
||সহকারি/ উপস্থিত করা
||Finish or consume all of something
||We USED UP all the olive oil
||Be at, mark or celebrate an important point in time.
||We always give a party USHER IN the NEW YEAR
||He used to play cricket.
||This book is useful to me
||I am uneasy about the effect office action
||সমিতি গঠন করা, সম্মিলন করা
||I am now united with them
||শূন্যস্থান/ পরিস্কার করা
||Helal seeks union with him
||A space entirely devoid of matter
||He VACUUMED UP all of the food
||The power is vested in the president
Common English Phrases 431 – 440
||Go to see and with socially
||I went on a visit to the museaum
||Not valid or legally binding
||All your activities are void of meaning
||বিরক্ত করা, উত্ত্যক্ত হওয়া
||Give or register a vote
||I voted for an honest man
||I am vexed with you for your foolishness
||Compete eagerly with someone.
||Amir vies with the caption
||We are the victims of circumstances
||A person who has come to feel helpless
||She is victim to dowry
||She is vain of her beauty
||নিষিদ্ধ করা , নিষেধ
||He is well versed in politics
||দৃশ্য , কোন বিষয়ে কারো অভিমত
||The USA gave veto n the proposal
Common English Phrases 441 – 450
||He is guilty in the view of the judge
||I WROTE her mobile number DOWN on a scrap of paper and I’ve lost it.
||WRAP UP carefully or you’ll catch your
||Send a letter to a TV station, etc..
||they asked viewers to WRITE IN with their opinions and suggestions.
||Repeat, do again.
||They WORKED it OVER until they had got it right.
||কাজ করিতে থাকা/ প্রয়োগ করা
||Things were going wrong for them but fortunately it all WORKED OUT in the end.
||Improve or develop
||Scientists are WORKING ON genetically modified crops and foods.
||Stop being stupid
||His supervisor told him to WISE UP and start following the rules or else he’d lose his job.
||অবস্থান থেকে অপসারিত হওয়া
||Make electrical connections
||She WIRED her new stereo system UP as soon as she got home
||নিচে তলিয়ে যাওয়া
||Find or get something that takes a great deal of effort
||It took me a while to WINKLE the truth OUT of him.
English Phrases List – (451 – 500)
||I’m going to WIND DOWN in the country this weekend and do nothing.
||ওজন করা, বিবেচনা করা
||Feel an emotion strongly.
||Anger WELLED UP inside us when we saw what they had done.
||অদ্ভু, অস্বাভাবিক হওয়া
||Measure a certain amount of something by weight.
||Could you WEIGH OUT 200 grammes of that for me?
||Disturb, cause concern or worry.
||The way he spoke was WEIRDING me OUT.
||না দেখার ভান করা
||I have want of knowledge.
||To pretend not to have seen or noticed.
||Don’t wink at your son’s fault.
||Desire , Hope for something
||I wished for a good result.
||বিস্ময় হওয়া, অবাক হওয়া
||Aminur is worthy of praise.
||দায়িত্ব পালন করা
||I wonder at his behavior.
||Act as an attendant to
||Wait upon the poor.
Common English Phrases 461 – 470
||Stay where one is or delay action until a particular time or event.
||We waited for you at this corner.
||Talk continuously, especially if it is an annoying way.
||He YACKED ON for an hour
||She YAMMERED ON for ages.
|Yield to .
||কোনো কিছুর প্রতি মনোযোগ নিবদ্ধ করা
||I tried hard to resist, but in the end I YIELDED TO temptation and ate it all
|Zero in on.
||শব্দের সঙ্গে দৌড়ান
||Direct or focus attention on
||The police have ZEROED IN ON the man they believe to be responsible for the murder.
||We ZIPPED AROUND the supermarket to get the shopping done
||Pay attention after not doing so.
||I was bored at first but then ZONED IN when things started getting more interesting.
||Not pay attention
||She ZONED OUT during the lecture because it was so boring.
||গভীর ভাবে লক্ষ্য করা
||I ZONKED OUT during the film and missed most of it.
||দ্রুত পলায়ন করা
||Focus more closely.
||The camera ZOOMED IN to show people’s faces.
Common English Phrases 471 – 480
||Go somewhere quickly.
||He rushed out of the building and ZOOMED OFF in his car.
||Focus less closely.
||The camera ZOOMED OUT to show all the crowd.
||Eliot had zeal for romanticism.
||উৎসাহ বোধ না করা
||I have no zest for the work now.
||Having or showing ardent/ fervent.
||He is zealous for liberty.
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