1. Hang up/hang out
To “hang up” means to end a phone call (फ़ोन कॉल समाप्त करना); to “hang out” means to spend time relaxing, usually with a friend (किसीके साथ बाहर जाना).
Example: If he hangs up before I’m done talking, I will be too mad to hang out with him this weekend.
2. Look up/look forward
To “look up” means to search and find information about something, usually in a dictionary or some sort of database. (किसी चीज़ के बारे में कोई जानकारी ढूंढना, अक्सर किसी शब्दकोष में या डेटाबेस में. )
To “look forward” to something means to be excited about an event that will happen in the future. (भविष्य के किसी समारोह को लेकर उत्साहित होना. )
Example: After looking up the plot of David Dhawan’s latest movie, I’m really looking forward to seeing it!
3. Get into/get over
To “get into” means to become involved or interested in something. (किसी चीज़ में शामिल होना)
To “get over” can either mean the opposite of this — to lose interest in something — or it can also mean to recover from something, particularly an illness. (किसी चीज़ से उप्पर उठना - किसी दुःख से उभर पाना)
Example: After I get over this flu, which is making me so weak, I’m going to get into dancing again.
4. Throw out/throw up
To “throw up” means to vomit (उलटी करना), whereas to “throw out” means to dispose of something that is no longer being used. (कोई चीज़ बाहर फैंकना)
Example: If his baby throws up on the floor in my living room, I’ll have to throw away the rug that’s in there.
5. Run into/run over
To “run into” someone can have the literal meaning of colliding with their body, but the phrase often means to meet or see someone unexpectedly. (किसी से संयोग से मिलना)
To “run over” something means to drive a vehicle over that person or thing. (किसी चीज़ के उप्पर से निकल जाना)
Example: I was so excited when I ran into my friend that I forgot to look both ways when crossing the street and a car almost ran me over!
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