Here is a great English phrasal verb ‘Bend Over’ and it has more than one meaning. This lesson will show you that it means to fold or flex something. The examples in this lesson describe the perfect way to use this phrasal verb correctly and how to understand the meaning clearly.
Phrasal Verb: Bend Over
Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Bend Over #2
Alternative Meaning: To fold or flex something
- To mark the last page she was reading, she bent the corner over.
- To mark the last page she was reading, she folded the corner of the page.
- The tree was bent over because the wind was blowing very hard.
- The tree was flexed toward the ground because the wind was blowing so hard.
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