16 Christmas Phrasal Verbs

Learn 16 Christmas phrasal verbs! Hang up meaning, put up meaning, take down meaning. You can use festive phrasal verbs in your English conversations throughout the holiday season. Enjoy your English!

16 Christmas Phrasal Verbs

16 Christmas phrasal verbs. Improve English speaking skills. Put up meaning. Dress up meaning. Meet up meaning. Learn English with Harry at www.englishlessonviaskype.com #learnenglish #englishlessons #tienganh #EnglishTeacher #vocabulary #ingles #อังกฤษ #английский #aprenderingles #english #cursodeingles #учианглийский #vocabulário #dicasdeingles #learningenglish #ingilizce #englishgrammar #englishvocabulary #ielts #idiomas

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LOOK FORWARD TO

▪️ Meaning: to wait for something with pleasure

Are you looking forward to the holiday season or are you feeling a little grinch-like?

HANG UP

▪️ Meaning: to fix something or secure something somewhere from the top of the object

Last year we had a large tree, the whole family was helping my father to dress the tree and hang up decorations.

PUT UP

▪️ Meaning: to place something somewhere in an upright position so everybody can see it

When do you usually put your Christmas tree up?

BUILD UP

▪️ Meaning: to increase gradually

The excitement builds up in anticipation of the holiday season ahead.

16 Christmas Phrasal Verbs

DRESS UP

▪️ Meaning: to put on clothes that is more formal than you usually wear or to put on a special costume that makes you look like someone/something else

Last Christmas we dressed up our baby son in a Buddy the Elf costume. 

COME DOWN

▪️ Meaning: to descend from a higher level

Father Christmas doesn’t go through the door, he comes down the chimney on Christmas eve.

SING ALONG

▪️ Meaning: to sing a song with someone who is already singing

We have the radio on and we are singing along the Christmas songs.

MEET UP

▪️ Meaning: to meet with somebody in order to do something

We should meet up before Christmas.

16 Christmas Phrasal Verbs

GIVE OUT

▪️ Meaning: to distribute something among a group of people

Santa was about to head off on his sleigh to give out presents on Christmas Eve.

GIVE UP

▪️ Meaning: to stop doing something, to quit, for example, a bad habit

Are you going to give up smoking in the new year?

WRAP UP

▪️ Meaning: to cover something completely by putting paper or other material round it

Many people love wrapping up Christmas presents in a pretty way.

END UP

▪️ Meaning: to reach a particular place or situation, often somwhere you don’t intend to be

Later we went out to see the City lit up by the Christmas lights and it was not long before we ended up in a nightclub.

Christmas Phrasal Verbs

16 Christmas phrasal verbs. Improve English speaking skills. Put up meaning. Dress up meaning. Meet up meaning. Learn English with Harry at www.englishlessonviaskype.com #learnenglish #englishlessons #tienganh #EnglishTeacher #vocabulary #ingles #อังกฤษ #английский #aprenderingles #english #cursodeingles #учианглийский #vocabulário #dicasdeingles #learningenglish #ingilizce #englishgrammar #englishvocabulary #ielts #idiomas

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GO OUT

▪️ Meaning: take part in a social activity outside the home

People are more likely to go out before Christmas.

BUMP INTO

▪️ Meaning: to meet someone by chance

Last Saturday I bumped into my college friend when I was doing my Christmas shopping.

PUT OFF

▪️ Meaning: to delay, to postpone

Let’s be honest, we all put off buying presents until the last minute.

TAKE DOWN

▪️ Meaning: to remove something that was previously put up

It is considered unlucky to take down your decorations before the 12th day of Christmas.

Practise your English skills, put up a few sentences with Christmas phrasal verbs.

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