live on /
They live on the money her father gives them.
We lived on very little when we first got married.
I can live on my inheritance.
The job provides enough to live on.
If you ______ an amount of money, that is the money that you use to buy the things that you need:
look into /
The government is looking into the problem.
I must really look into this problem.
I’ll look into the reasons for the decision.
investigate > (ein Problem) anschauen, untersuchen / › to try to find out about something:
look round /
Let's look round the town today.
She spent the afternoon looking around the town.
look at everything > nicht genaues hinschauen / to visit a place and look at the things in it:
go in the direction of
pick on /
My teacher always picking on me.
He gets picked on because he’s small.
choose a person to punish (bestrafen) / › to criticize, annoy, or punish someone repeatedly and unfairly:
run into /
I ran into Sandro in the supermarket yesterday.
I ran into Mike on Seventh Avenue.
› to meet someone by chance:
see about /
We'll have to see about gettING you an office.
You should see about getting your hair cut.
make an arrangement (Abmachung)
see to / Can you see to the dog's food? > Feet the dog…. (less formal)
attend to, take care of