Come ??? ??????? ????) Eg: The Candidate

Come off : to be successful (??? ????)
Eg:  After toiling hard, Ramesh has finally come off in his IAS exam.
2. Cordon off : to seal a place (???? ????? ?? ???????? ????)
Eg: The Police cordoned off the area, where the accident took place.
3. Count on : to depend on, to rely on (??????? ???? ?? ?????? ????)
Eg:  Drishti always counts on her mother for her personal work as she is too lazy. (?????? ???? ???)
Eg: Nowadays, it’s not safe to count on strangers. (??????? ????)
4. Cut out for : to be suitable for (???? ????? ?? ??? ??????? ????)
Eg:  The Candidate who will be cut out for the post,  will be recruited by our HR manager.
5. Deal in : to have business of (???? ??? ?? ?????? ????)
Eg:  Mr. Sinha deals in garment. (???? ?? ?????? ???? ???)
6. Deal out : to distribute (?????? ????)
Eg:  Our teacher dealt out the exam sheet.
7. Deal with : to treat with a person (???? ?? ???????? ????)
Eg: My aunt deals with everyone in a very kind way.
8. Do away with : to abolish/murder (?????? ?? ????)
Eg: Hari was very disturbed with his family issue, he finally did away with it. (??????? ?? ????? ?? ?????? ?? ????)
9. Drop in/by : to visit informally (???? ????? ????? ?? ? ????)
Eg: Yesterday, Our Principal madam dropped in class.
10. Egg on : to motivate (??????? ????)
Eg: Our Parents always egg on us for our better career.
11. Fall for : fall in love with (??????? ????)
Eg:  Jack fell for Jill in early school days.
12. Fall out (with) : to quarrel with (???? ????)
Eg: Yesterday, Our neighbors fell out on trivial matter.
13. Feel like : to be excited to do something (???? ??? ?? ???? ?? ?????? ????)
Eg: Sachin loves cricket, he feels like to play it all time.
14. Figure out : to understand (??? ????)
Eg: The manager is trying to figure out the concept of new project.
15. Fizzle out : to weaken gradually (????? ????? ????)
Eg:  We were all excited about festivals in childhood, but the excitement has frizzled out. (????????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ?? ?? ??? ???)
16. Gain on : to come close to (??????????? ??? ????? ????)
Eg: Although Rita was an average student in beginning, she gained on topper of class in annual exams.
17. Get along (with someone) : to have a friendly relationship (???????? ???????? ????)
Eg: Deepika gets along well with Ranvir.
18. Get away with : to do something illegal without being punished (??? ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????)
Eg: Though Rohan had commited crime, he got away with this.
19. Get over : to have control on (???? ?? ???? ????)
Eg: Parents should be able to get over their children.
20. Get on : to make progress (?????? ????)
Eg: Everyone can get on, if he/she works hard.
21. Get rid of : to leave, to dispose of, to throw away (??????? ????)
Eg: We were so irritated with the children, so we sent them out to play and got rid of disturbance.
22. Get through with : to complete a task (???? ????? ?? ???? ????)
Eg: The marketing team has got through with its assignment.
23. Give away : to reveal the secret (????? ????? ????)
Eg: My friends were planning a surprise birthday  party but one of them was so excited that he gave away the plan.
24. Give in : to surrender (?????? ????)
Eg:  However, The king had struggled hard but at the end he had to give in.
25. Give up : abandon (????? ????)
Eg: After watching the height of mountain, we gave up our plan of climbing.
26. Go about : to move from place to place (?? ??? ?? ????? ??? ????)
Eg: Government employees go about in town and villages for social campaign.
27. Go along with : to agree (???? ????)
Eg:  My boss went along with me on the idea regarding upcoming project.