|FACE UP TO
||take responsibility for
||You need to face up to the truth. You
are not doing a good job.
|FEEL UP TO
||to feel strong enough or comfortable enough
to do something
||Is your cold better now? Do you feel up
to going to work today?
||to keep something or someone away
||I'm trying to fight a cold off.
Sara fought off her attackers.
||to solve a problem by thinking about
||Did you figure that math problem out
||to understand why someone behaves a certain
||I just can't figure out why President
Clinton did that! What a stupid thing to do!
||to add missing details
||It's not a good idea to fill your email
address in on forms over the internet.
||to supply information that someone doesn't
||What happened at the meeting? Can you
fill me in please?
||to complete information on a form or
||My brother filled a loan application
out. He wants to buy a house.
||to fill completely
||You may borrow my car, but please fill
up the gas tank before you return it.
||to learn about something
||Can you find out where I need to go
||to get along with others in a group
||Amy has few friends. She doesn't really
fit in with her classmates. It's a sad situation.
||to have fun while wasting time
||We fooled around at Jack's house.