Prepositional Vocabulary Set 13

Prepositional Vocabulary Set 13

Appropriate prepositions with nearest meaning:-

Very important prepositional use after various verbs and words with meanings. It is very useful the for the candidates giving competitive exams under Maharashtra Employment verbs and central Govt. Recruitments.

Words beginning with T

Tag along: follow closely

Tag on: add something as extra item; attach something

Tail off: become smaller, weaker, etc

Take against: begin to dislike

Take down: remove from high level

Take in: allow to stay

Take off: leave the ground and begin to fly.

Take on: become fashionable or popular.

Take over: gain control of.

Take up: continue

Talk at: speak to some body without listening to his replies.

Talk into: persuade somebody to do or not to do something

Talk over: persuade somebody to agree to something

Tapper off: become less in amount etc.

Tart up: smarten up.

Tax with: accuse somebody or something.

Teem with: have something in great numbers.

Tempt into: persuade somebody to do wrong or unwise

Test on: test somebody’s knowledge or ability.

Thrive on: prosper

Throng with: fill with a crowed

Throw up: resign

Tide over: help somebody by providing what he needs

Trip up: make mistake, etc,

Trust in: have condifidence in somebody/something

Turn against: become unfriendly a hostile towards somebody

Turn on: attack somebody suddenly.

Turn over: face in another direction by rolling.

Turn to: begin to work hard.

Turn up: arrive

Tussle with: wrestle; struggle to obtain something

Twine around: round: twist or roll.

Twit about: make fun of.

Twitch at: pull something sharply.

Twitter about: talk rapidly in nervous or excited way.