Chapter 19. Phrasal Verb (Cont'd...)
When the student who was hanging about
the examination hall
was scolded by the teacher, he hung down
his head with shame and hung back
to his room.
The bill has been hung over
(postponed/hold over) for the non-cooperation of the opposite side
for its passing hangs on
(resorts to) their positive support. Please hang upon
on his words.
If you hold back (hide) your weakness from your teacher, you must hold back
(be behind), and your teacher must hold out (extended) his hand in your need. The student who holds to
( sticks to) / holds by (adhere to) or holds on (attached to) his studies and holds off (keep aloof)
agitation and can hold in (check) his restless mind and holds up (keeps up) his spirit of winning for long
must hold up (exhibit) his supremacy in studies. In this matter we all hold with (agree) anybody.
The plan was held up (postponed) for lack of funds.
The little children should be kept away/off (remained at a distance)
from fire and bad company. Now-a-days as the joint family tries to keep the good earning member down, generally
that member always tries to keep away/off (ward off) the family and keeps at (continuous) his work
to keep to (adhere) his promise of being wealthy to keep up (maintain) his prestige to his wife who
always keeps on (continuous) ringing the bell of his promise. So the good willing man always tries to
keep back (conceal) his help from his wife. It is hard to keep up with (keep pace with) the hope
of his wife and the trouble arise to keep them together. In such circumstances the man must keep
his passion under (retrain), otherwise he must keep up (remain awoke) the whole night.
Everybody must keep in with (agree) me in this concept.
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