Health Vocabulary: 20 Useful Health Phrasal Verbs 1

Health Vocabulary: 20 Useful Health Phrasal Verbs

Health Vocabulary! List of useful health phrasal verbs in English with their meaning and examples. Learn these common phrasal verbs for health, fitness, sickness and death with ESL picture to increase your English vocabulary.

Useful list of health idioms in English with meaning and example sentences. 

Health Vocabulary

List of Health Phrasal Verbs

Learn common phrasal verbs for health, fitness, sickness and death in English.

  • Pass away
  • Run over
  • Break out
  • Fight off
  • Come to
  • Pass out
  • Get over
  • Come down with
  • Throw up
  • Come round
  • Work out
  • Warm up
  • Block up
  • Lay (Laid) up
  • Swell up
  • Clog up
  • Dose up (UK)
  • Lay low
  • Let up
  • Shake off

Health Phrasal Verbs with Meaning and Examples

Pass away

  • Meaning: Die
  • Example: His mother passed away last year.

Run over

  • Meaning: Hit by a vehicle
  • Example: Two children were run over and killed.

Break out

  • Meaning: Develop skin sores or irritation
  • Example: The measles caused me to break out in a rash.

Fight off

  • Meaning: Resist an illness
  • Example: I’m trying to fight off a cold.

Come to

  • Meaning: Become conscious
  • Example: When he came to, he was lying on the floor with his hands tied behind his back.

Pass out

  • Meaning: Faint, lose consciousness
  • Example: People everywhere were passing out from the heat.

Get over

  • Meaning: Recover from something
  • Example: It’s taken me ages to get over the flu.

Come down with

  • Meaning: Become sick (not seriously)
  • Example: I think I’m coming down with the flu.

Throw up

  • Meaning: Be sick, vomit
  • Example: The baby’s thrown up her dinner.

Come round

  • Meaning: Become conscious
  • Example: Your mother hasn’t yet come round from the anaesthetic.

Work out

  • Meaning: Train the body by physical exercise
  • Example: I work out regularly to keep fit.

Warm up

  • Meaning: Begin a physical activity gradually
  • Example: It’s necessary to warm up before exercise to prevent injuries.

Block up

  • Meaning: Stop something from moving through something else
  • Example: My nose is blocked up.

Lay (Laid) up

  • Meaning: Unable to work, etc. because of an illness or injury
  • Example: She’s laid up with a broken leg.

Swell up

  • Meaning: Become large, inflated, or bulging
  • Example: The boy’s arm swelled up where the bee had stung him.

Clog up

  • Meaning: Become or cause to become obstructed
  • Example: High fat foods can clog up our arteries.

Dose up (UK)

  • Meaning: Give medicine to
  • Example: You should dose up with vitamin C to fight colds off.

Lay low

  • Meaning: Render someone unable to move or leave their bed
  • Example: The flu usually lays people low for five to ten days.

Let up

  • Meaning: Become less strong or stop
  • Example: A cold continues at its peak for several days, then it gradually let up.

Shake off

  • Meaning: Shake something in order to get something off of it
  • Example: She has failed to shake off her stomach injury.

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