préposition / adverbe > verbe
Out -> out
Lord Hutton has concluded
there was no "underhand" Government strategy
to "out" Dr David Kelly.
Government cleared of being 'underhand', 29.1.2004, Ananova,
Up -> up
Oracle Ups PeopleSoft Offer to $9.4 Bln
ISPs Up the Ante in Spam Fight
Wired News, 25.4.2003.
Morrison may up Safeway offer
Supermarket group Wm Morrison,
which last week received the go-ahead
to bid for rival Safeway,
may be forced to raise its offer to £3.5 billion
PA, Headline and §1, 28.9.2003.
Down -> down
It's better to down a pint
than sip mineral water or fruit juice in hot weather,
according to experts.
This is because beer contains sodium, or salt,
which is lost in large amounts
as we sweat.