Learn useful phrasal verbs for Shopping.
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- Meaning: Reduce the amount of something
- Examples: We aim to bring down prices on all our computers.
- Meaning: Give money in order to buy something
- Examples: I paid good money for that sofa, so it should last.
- Meaning: To see something is worth trying
- Examples: Dorothy put on her coat.
Queue up/line up
- Meaning: Wait for something in a line
- Examples: Some people queued up all night to get in the store.
- Meaning: Record an amount of money by pressing buttons on a cash register
- Examples: She rang up all the items on the till.
- Meaning: Sell the whole supply/ capacity
- Examples: I’m sorry, we’ve sold out of shoes.
- Meaning: Compare prices before buying
- Examples: We often shop around for the best deal.
- Meaning: Remove a piece of clothing
- Examples: He took off my wet boots and made me sit by the fire.
- Meaning: Put on a piece of clothing to see if it fits
- Examples: You should try the shoes on before you buy them.
- Meaning: Test something to see if you like it
- Examples: John hopes to try out his new running shoes this weekend.
- Meaning: To visit briefly
- Examples: I’m going to pop into the store for a moment.
Useful phrasal verbs for Shopping.