...ive: The room was cluttered with boxes), coincide with something, collide with something, comply with something, concern with something (usually passive: be concerned with), confront someone with something, confuse someone/something with someone/something, cram with something (especially passive: be crammed with), deal with someone/something, discuss something with someone, face with something (especially ...Lb. Engleza
... = request;
Carry on = continue;
Carry out = follow;
Carry over = continue to exist;
Carry sth through = manage to accomplish;
Clear away = remove;
Clear out = empty;
Clear up = cure (an infection/a skin problem);
Cut back = reduce;
Cut down = decrease;
Cut in = interrupt;
Cut off = sever, separate;
Drag sb down = cause ...Lb. Engleza
... to do something
Back down (yield in an argument) Sheila was right, so Paul had to back down.
Bargain for (take into account) We had not bargained for there being so much traffic, and we missed the plane.
Be in=at home
Be into sth=to like ...Lb. Engleza
... down to (begin to seriously deal with) Example: It is time we got down to some real work.
Get off with (avoid punishment) Example: They were lucky to get off with such light sentences.
Get on for (approach a certain age/time/number) Example: ...Lb. Engleza