33 Phrasal Verbs for Law Enforcement

We know that phrasal verbs can be a pain in the…neck. Not to mention that some of them have several meanings and it makes the life of a language learner more complex. Especially, if you are a learner of ESP (English for Special Purpose). That is why we have compiled a list of phrasal verbs that are related to some fields of law enforcement.

This list collects phrasal verbs that can be associated with different fields of law enforcement. Mind you that these phrasal verbs tend to have other meanings as well, nevertheless, here you can find the meaning that relates to some aspects of a crime or investigation. For instance, the phrasal verb ‘take out’ can mean to take somebody on a date, but here we include its other meaning, that is, to kill someone. In no way do we say it is a finite and complete list, we will include updates from time to time.

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33 PHRASAL VERBS

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