Come together: they meet or join in order to do something.
Come up with: to find or produce an answer, a sum of money, etc.
Dress up: to put on clothes that make you look like someone else, for fun.
Feel like: to have a wish for something, or to want to do something, at a particular Moment.
Find something out: to discover a fact or piece of information.
Give up: to stop doing something that you do regularly // to stop thinking or believing Something.
Hand something in: to give something to a person in authority.
Hand something out: to give things to different people in a group.
Join in: to do an activity with people who are already doing it.
Look after: to take care of someone or something and makecertain that they have Everything they need.
Look for: to hope to get something that you want or need.
Look into: to try to discover the facts about something such as a problem or a crime.
Mess up: to make a mistake, or to do something badly.
Pack something out: to attract enough people to completely fill a theatre, etc.
Pick somebody/something out: to recognize someone or something from a group.
Pick somebody up: to go somewhere in your car and collect somebody who is waiting For.
Put something on: to dress yourself in something.
Put something up: to raise something or put it in a higher position.
Set off: to make a bomb, etc. Explode.
Sniff around: sniff around something to try to find out information.
Swallow something up: to use a lot of something such as money, time, or effort.
Take time off: time when you are not at work or at school.
Touch on: to mention something when you are talking or writing.
To be about: to be going to happen or do something very soon.