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HOME > ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS > Phrasal verbs starting with N

English phrasal verbs for EOL students







Phrasal Verbs: N

Name after:
To give someone the same name as someone else (usually a family member or someone famous). ex. "She was named after her great grandmother."

Nod off:
To fall asleep, to take a cat nap. ex. "Jim was so tired that he began to nod off during the meeting."

Nail down:
To make sure. To finalize. ex. "We're still trying to nail down the specifics."

Nose around:
To look for something (secret), to pry. ex. "I hate it when my brother noses around my room."


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