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Dennis Oliver's Phrasal Verbs: R
rip off (separable): cheat; take advantage of; charge too
"Don't even think about buying a car there. They'll
rip you off."
round off (separable): change from a fraction to the
nearest whole number.
"Round all prices off to the closest
whole-dollar amounts. For example, round $33.73 off to
run into (inseparable): meet by chance.
"Yesterday at the supermarket, Jan ran into her
former roommate. Before yesterday, they hadn't seen each other for
nearly five years."
run out of (inseparable): use the last of.
"On the way home from work, Art ran out of