cut away 切除，剪去 cut down 砍倒，砍下，削减
cut in 插嘴，加塞，插入 cut in line 插队
cut … into pieces / halves 把……切成碎片/切成两半
cut off 切断(线路)，中断(供应) cut out 删除，剪下来
cut the cost of … 降低……的成本 cut up 切碎，剪碎，剁碎，齐根切掉
He cut away some branches, making it look more beautiful.
A lot of trees there were cut down in the past.
The electricity was cut off because of the storm.
He was sentenced to death and had his head cut off the next day.
Could you cut the pizza up, please?
do about 处理，应付 do and don’t 要与不要
do a good deed 做一件好事 do a lot of walking 走很多路
do a test 做实验，做化验 do a word puzzle 猜字谜
do an experiment / experiments 做实验 do away with 废除
do body-building 做健身操 do chores 处理琐事，干家务
do housework 做家务活 do make-up 化妆，打扮
do observations 观察 do one’s best 尽某人最大努力
do one’s homework 做作业 do research on… 从事……研究工作
do sb a favour 帮某人一个忙
do sb honor = do honor to sb 礼遇某人，对某人表示敬意
do sb the favour to do sth 帮某人一个忙做某事
do some reading 读书，阅读，看点书
do some shopping = go shopping 购物，买东西
do sports = have / play sports = take exercise 进行体育运动，做运动，进行锻炼
do sth in turn / by turns = take turns to do sth / in doing sth 轮流做某事
do telephone interviews 进行电话采访
do the laundry 洗衣服
do up 打扮，梳妆，收拾，把(衣服，鞋子等)扣/系好
do up one’s shoes / hair 系好鞋带/梳好头
do up the button 扣纽扣
do well / better in… 在……方面干得好/更好
do with 处理，处置，对付
do wrong 做坏事，做错事(比较：do right = do the right thing 做得对)
To tell the truth, I don’t know how to do with him.
I’ll have nothing to do with him from now on.
What did you do with that camera you found?
The poisonous waste may do great harm to the things around us.
Eat more fruit; it will do good to you.
I think I can do better in English this year than last year.
Liszt said, “You’ve done wrong, but I can see you are truly sorry about it.”
I’m going to do my best this year.
I was only trying to do a good deed.
get a better understanding of China 更好地了解中国
get a full mark / full marks 得满分 get a lot of satisfaction 得到满足
get at 意指，本意是 get around = get about 四处走动，活动
get away 移走，拿走，逃脱，逃离 get away from 逃脱，逃离
get back 回来，回家，取回，找回，退还
get close to 接近 get down 下来，降下
get down on one’s knees 跪下 get down to (doing) sth 开始(做)某事)
get in 进入，收获，达到 get in a word 插话
get into… 进入…… get sb into… 使某人陷入
get it 接(电话)，应(门)，理解，懂得 get off 下车，脱下(衣服等)
get on 上车，过活 get on / along with… 进展，与……相处
get on one’s feet (艰难地)站立起来 get out 离开，出去
get out of 逃避，避免 get over 克服，恢复，原谅
get up 起床，起身 get across 理解，度过
get through 接通(电话)，完成(工作)，通过(考试)
get to 到达，抵达 get to sleep 入睡，设法睡着
get / gain / take possession of 占有，拥有，占领
get ready for 为……做准备
(比较：be ready for = be well prepared for = be in preparation for 为……做好了准备)
get rid of 除掉，去掉 get sb to do 让某人做
get the idea for… 想到……的主意 get the message across 传播信息
get together 相聚，碰头，联欢
get / be used to sth 习惯于……，适应于……
(比较：be used as sth 被用作……
be used for sth 被用于……，用来做……
be used to do sth 被用于做……
used to do sth 过去常常做)
get / be dressed 穿衣服
get / be engaged (to sb) (与某人)订婚
get / be lost 丢失了，迷路
get / be married (to sb) = marry (sb) (与某人)结婚
get / be stuck 陷进去，被困住，被难住，遇到困难
get / be tired of 对……感到厌倦，对……失去兴趣
(比较：get / be tired for 因……而感到疲倦)
I’m getting on well with my classmates now.
How are you getting along with your English?
He got the book away from her.
The bank robbers used a stolen car to get away.
When did you get back from the countryside?
Have you got back the book you lent him?
“Get down on your knees,” said the Genie, “for I am going to kill you.”
The dust has got into my eyes.
This mistake may get him into difficulties.
Before I could get in a word he had measured me, and was giving orders for evening suits.
If you knock into someone, or get into his way, you should say, “Excuse me.” or “I’m sorry.”
When you are in London, you might get in touch with a friend of mine.
The conductor got off and checked the rails.
She got on her bicycle and cycled off.
You work too hard! You should get out a bit more.
If you don’t want to go, I suppose I can get rid of the ticket.
We all try to get together at least once a year at Christmas time.
It took us only four minutes to get through the Customs(海关).
I telephoned him, but I just couldn’t get through to him.
She felt so cold that she got close to her mother.
It’s time we got down to work.
The theatre was already full, and we couldn’t get in.
The peasants are busy getting in the crops.
We didn’t get up until lunch time.
He got up and walked over to the window.