Grammar Patterns

General it as Object

Verbs with other meanings

There are a number of other verbs which have this pattern.
And if you are caught or if people complain, simply argue that 'everyone does it' and brazen it out.
They come up for sentence early next week, and won't they cop it?
They were just trying it on, applying a little pressure in the hope that they would squeeze something out of me.
Watch it, Sam. You're going to spill that if you're not careful.
The verb say is followed by it all, not it.
Their blank looks say it all.
  • clinch
  • cop
  • mix
  • say
  • settle
  • watch
  • brazen out
  • camp up
  • hurry up
  • keep up
  • stick out
  • sweat out
  • try on
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