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HOME > ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS > Phrasal verbs starting with J

English phrasal verbs for EOL students







Phrasal Verbs: J

Jack up
To raise (a physical object, a price, etc.) ex. "The hotels around here usually jack up their prices during the summer season."

Joke around:
To kid. To be humorous. ex. "He was just joking around, but his girlfriend didn't find it funny."

Jump all over:
To seriously scold. ex. "She jumped all over me when I got home at 3:00 AM last Tuesday."

Jump at:
To willingly seize/ accept the opportunity. ex. "George jumped at the chance to go to Australia with his best friends."



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