50 Phrasal Verbs For Computers, Phones, Electronics and Machines – English Phrasal Verbs The Native


Here we go! back up – Please back up your work so it’s
saved. break up – The signal is breaking up, so
try a different channel. call back – I’ll call you back after I’m
finished with my meeting. call up – I’ll call up the company and
place an order. click on – Click on the link to download. clock in – I usually clock in at about 9
AM to start my shift. clock out – I clock out around 5 PM when
I’m ready to go home. connect up – Connect up the cables and we’ll
have Internet. dial up – We used to dial up people to call
on old phones. exit out – Exit out of the program when
you’re done. fill out – Please fill out the form with
your information. filter out – We filter out search results
we don’t want. freeze up – Looks like the computer is freezing
up again. go offline – The machine will go offline
when the printing is done. go online – You can find anything you want
when you go online. hack into – Someone tried to hack into my
account. hang up – We would hang up old phones when
done with calls, but now we just push a button. hold on – Can you hold on for a minute while
I take another call? hook into – Hook this cable into that machine
and they’ll be connected. hook up – I need to hook up all of the parts
for the whole machine to work. key in – Be careful when keying in the data
so you make no mistakes. link up – We can speak together online when
our computers link up. log in – Log in to access the data. log out – When you’re finished, be sure
to log out. look up – I often look up things online
when I need a quick definition. pick up – I picked up the phone when I had
a call. plug in – Can I plug in my computer over
here? My battery is low. pop up – A warning message popped up on
the screen. power down – Please power down the machine
during storms. power up – You power a machine up to get
it moving. print out / print up – I’ll print out
a copy of the report. put in – I’m putting in some code here
to fix a bug. ring up – I’ll ring you up on Saturday
about our plans. scroll down – Scroll down to see the rest
of the information. scroll up – If you scroll up, you’ll see
the menu. set up – Please set up the equipment over
here. shut down – Shut down the computer when
you’re done using it. sign in – Please sign in with your name
and password. sign out – Please sign out after your session. sign up – If you’d like to join, please
sign up with your name and email address. start up – Start up the application to begin
using it. switch off – Switch off the machine when
the work is done. switch on – Switch on the machine to activate
it. tune in – I tune in to listen to my favorite
radio show every Sunday. turn down – Please turn down the volume
dial to lower the volume. turn off – Turn off the light when you leave
the room. turn on – Turn on the TV with the remote. zoom out – Zoom out to see more of the screen. type up – I’m typing up a paper for school. You just learned 50 useful phrasal verbs the
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    back up – Please back up your work so it’s saved.
    break up – The signal is breaking up, so try a different channel.
    call back – I’ll call you back after I’m finished with my meeting.
    call up – I’ll call up the company and place an order.
    click on – Click on the link to download.
    clock in – I usually clock in at about 9 AM to start my shift.
    clock out – I clock out around 5 PM when I’m ready to go home.
    connect up – Connect up the cables and we’ll have Internet.
    dial up – We used to dial up people to call on old phones.
    exit out – Exit out of the program when you’re done.
    fill out – Please fill out the form with your information.
    filter out – We filter out search results we don’t want.
    freeze up – Looks like the computer is freezing up again.
    go offline – The machine will go offline when the printing is done.
    go online – You can find anything you want when you go online.
    hack into – Someone tried to hack into my account.
    hang up – We would hang up old phones when done with calls, but now we just push a button.
    hold on – Can you hold on for a minute while I take another call?
    hook into – Hook this cable into that machine and they’ll be connected.
    hook up – I need to hook up all of the parts for the whole machine to work.
    key in – Be careful when keying in the data so you make no mistakes.
    link up – We can speak together online when our computers link up.
    log in – Log in to access the data.
    log out – When you’re finished, be sure to log out.
    look up – I often look up things online when I need a quick definition.
    pick up – I picked up the phone when I had a call.
    plug in – Can I plug in my computer over here? My battery is low.
    pop up – A warning message popped up on the screen.
    power down – Please power down the machine during storms.
    power up – You power a machine up to get it moving.
    print out / print up – I’ll print out a copy of the report.
    put in – I’m putting in some code here to fix a bug.
    ring up – I’ll ring you up on Saturday about our plans.
    scroll down – Scroll down to see the rest of the information.
    scroll up – If you scroll up, you’ll see the menu.
    set up – Please set up the equipment over here.
    shut down – Shut down the computer when you’re done using it.
    sign in – Please sign in with your name and password.
    sign out – Please sign out after your session.
    sign up – If you’d like to join, please sign up with your name and email address.
    start up – Start up the application to begin using it.
    switch off – Switch off the machine when the work is done.
    switch on – Switch on the machine to activate it.
    tune in – I tune in to listen to my favorite radio show every Sunday.
    turn down – Please turn down the volume dial to lower the volume.
    turn off – Turn off the light when you leave the room.
    turn on – Turn on the TV with the remote.
    zoom out – Zoom out to see more of the screen.
    type up – I’m typing up a paper for school.

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  22. 1sola1verita says:

    Great video, really like this series!! Just a clarification — strictly speaking, I don't think "click on" is actually a phrasal verb, rather, it's a verb with a dependent preposition!!! . Phrasal verbs have a separate, independent meaning, and the particle is equally important as the verb itself. "Click on" has no separate meaning without the context it is in. Verbs with dependent prepositions are understandable even without the prepositions, but the meaning is more complete!

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  29. Ivonne Flores says:

    I love this video. I usually hate phrasal verbs but not now. Thank you

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  33. Baira Ochirova says:

    I’d appreciate if someone explained to me the difference between:
    connect up&hook into&hook up&plug in.
    And also: switch on&turn on&power down&turn off.
    I’m confused…

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