nod off (no object): fall sleep (usually unintentionally).
"The speech was so boring that several people in the audience nodded off before it was finished."
pan out (no object): succeed; happen as expected (for plans). (Note: almost always negative when in statements.)
"I'll be here next week after all. My trip to Chicago didn't pan out."
pass away (no object): die.
"I was very sorry to hear that your grandfather passed away."
pass out (1. no object): faint; lose consciousness.
"When Ella heard that she'd won a million dollars, she was so shocked that she passed out."
pass out (2. separable): distribute.
"Everyone in the room needs one of these information sheets. Who will help me pass them out?"
pick out (separable): choose; select.
"Billy's grandmother especially liked her birthday card because Billy had picked it out himself."
pick up (1. separable): lift; take up.
"Those books don't belong on the floor. Will you help me pick them up?"
pick up (2. separable): arrange to meet someone and give her/him a ride.
"Of course we can go there together. What time should I pick you up?"
pick up (3. separable): get; buy.
"The children just drank the last of the milk. Could you pick some more up on your way home this evening?"
pick up (4. separable): refresh; revitalize.
"He was feeling a little tired, so he drank a glass of orange juice. It picked him up enough to finish his work."
pick on (inseparable): bully; intentionally try to make someone upset.
"You should be ashamed of teasing your little brother, Bob! Pick on someone your own size!"
pitch in (no object): help; join together to accomplish something.
"We'll be finished soon if everyone pitches in."
pull over (no object): drive a vehicle to the side of the rode.
"When the policeman indicated that I should pull over, I knew he was going to give me a ticket."
put away (separable): return something to the proper place.
"I just took these clothes out of the dryer. Will you help me put them away?"
put off (1. separable): postpone; delay; avoid
"I can't put this work off any longer. If I don't do it soon, it'll be impossible to finish it in time."
"When will Mr. Smith agree to a meeting? I keep asking for an appointment, but he keeps putting me off."
put on (1. separable): begin to wear; don.
"It's a little bit chilly outside. You'd better put a sweater on."
put on (2. separable): try to make someone believe something that is ridiculous or untrue.
"Don't believe a word of what Jim was saying. He was just putting us on."
put (someone) out (separable): inconvenience someone.
"I hate to put you out, but I need a ride to the train station and hope you can take me."
put up (1. separable): return something to the proper place.
"Your toys are all over the floor, Timmy. Please put them up."
put up (2. separable): provide someone with a place to sleep.
"There's no need for you to check into a hotel. I'll be happy to put you up."
put up with (inseparable): tolerate.
"It's really important to come to work on time. The boss won't put up with tardiness."
put back (separable): return something to the proper place.
"I've finished with these books. Do you want me to put them back on the shelves?"