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preposition/prefix (general meaning)exampleenglishAB- (away)burn down
submit
abbreviate
lose weight
to lock
abortburn down
turn in (homework), hand over (ticket)
shorten
lose weight
finish, complete
abortAN- (towards)recognize
imply
specify
accuse
dress up
look at
hire
instruct
applyrecognize
hint at, suggest
brag, show off
accuse
dress
watch
hire, employ
instruct
useON- (up, on)
breathe easy
stay up
list
enlighten
loosen up
take up
to clean up
crack open
grow upbreathe a sigh of relief
stay up (person), stay open (store)
perform (e.g., theater play)
inform, enlighten, clear up
liven up (a party, person)
take a picture of (incl. video images)
tidy / clean up (e.g., room)
open (eyes, book)
grow upAUS- (out, also suggests completion)form
breaking out
print
express
flip out
output
go out
laugh at
turn off
exploit
exclude
pronounce
die out
changeeducate, train
break out
print (e.g., text, picture)
express
freak out (flip out)
publish, hand out
go out, date
laugh at (someone)
turn off (light), put out (fire)
take advantage of (person, opportunity)
lock out, exclude
pronounce
die out, go extinct
exchangeON- (in)collapse
remember (it occurred to me)
introduce
shop
settle in
take in
set up
assess
fall asleep
intimidate
throw in
move inbreak in (horse, into house)
occur (to someone), come to mind
introduce (a topic)
go shopping, buy
get used to
earn, make money
furnish (apartment), arrange (furniture)
judge, guess (e.g., at size, value)
case asleep
intimidate, bully
throw in (e.g., remark, towel)
move in (e.g., into a new apartment)LOS- (beginning something)drive off
Get rid ofget going, leave
get rid of, spend, lose MIT- (with, along)notice
ride along
empathize
participate
take
play along
notifyget out (of a lecture), understand
ride along
sympathize
participate, do something w / someone
take along
play along (in a sport)
inform, share knowledgeAFTER- (after, follow)to imitate
think about it (i want to ~)
retell
follow
give in
check
look up
do it
countimitate
think about (I'd like to think about that)
retell, relate (a story)
follow, succeed (e.g., a king)
give in (e.g., to pressure)
double check (e.g., essay, homework)
look up (e.g., a word in a dictionary)
follow somebody's example
re-count (double check numbers)VOR- (before, ahead, forward)to prepare
pre-order
project
occurrence
make
to introduce
presentprepare
order in advance (e.g., books)
plan, have at least
come up, happen
carry out a task
introduce, imagine
perform (play), give lecture / opinionAWAY- (away)stay away
bring away
walk away
take away
put away
step away
move awaystay away
take / bring away
go away
take away
clear away (e.g., mess)
step away
pull away