Set off = start a journey
We set off for Poznań just after 9 am.
Get in = arrive (train, plane)
The train got in late.
Hold up = delay when travelling
Sorry I’m late – I was held up at work.
Take off = when a plane departs or leaves the ground
The plane took off an hour late.
Check in = arrive and register at a hotel or airport
Please check in at least an hour before departure.
Get off = leave a bus, train, plane
We get off at the next station.
Check out = leave the hotel after paying
We checked out at 11 am.
Get away = to have a holiday or vacation
We’re hoping to get away for a few days at Christmas.
Get on = enter a bus, train, plane, to climb on board
I think we got on the wrong bus.
Drop off = take someone to a place and leave them there
I’ll drop you off on my way home.
Pick up = let someone get into your car and take them somewhere
I’ll pick you up at the train station.
Set out = start a journey, especially a long journey
They set out on the last stage of their journey.
Speed up = increase speed
Can you try to speed up on the highway?
Look around = explore what is near you, in your area
People came out of their houses and looked around.
Hurry up = rush and not waste time
Hurry up! We’re going to be late.
Go back = to return
We went back to Poznań after visiting Paris.
Look forward = look forward to something that is going to happen in the future
I’m looking forward to the weekend.
Stop over = stay somewhere for a short time during a long journey
I wanted to stop over in London on the way to Miami.
Check in = confirm you are taking a flight (online or at airport)
I usually check in online.
Check in = confirm your arrival at a hotel
Can we check in before 2 pm?
Check out = confirm your departure at a hotel
We have to check out before 11:00.
Drop sby off = take somebody to a place (usually by car)
Where do you want me to drop you off?
Get away = escape a place (for a holidays)
I need to get away for a few days.
Get in = arrive at the station/airport
What time does your flight get in?
Get on = get onto a bus, a train, plane you, enter it in order to travel somewhere
Get on the northbound train at Central Station.
Pick sby up = go to where somebody is leaving from to say goodbye
Will you come to see me off at the airport?
Set off = begin a journey
We have to set off very early on Saturday.
Take off = leave the ground (planes)
The plane’s going to take off. Hold my hand!
Touch down = land (planes)
Our flight touches down before 1 pm.
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