Here is a list of phrasal verbs beginning with letter S.
To save up money is to accumulate it.
I am saving up money to buy a new laptop.
To see about something is to consider it or arrange it.
I am going to see about buying a new apartment.
To see off someone is to say good-bye to them.
I am going to see off my sister at the airport.
To see to something is to ensure that it happens.
I will see to it that he gets his due.
To see through something is to finish it despite difficulties.
Now that I have a young baby I am not able to see through my studies.
To set up a relationship is to arrange it.
He set his daughter up with his friend’s son.
To set up somebody is to incriminate them falsely.
I don’t think that he took the money. Somebody set him up.
To set up an appointment or meeting is to arrange it.
I have set up an appointment with the minister at 4.30 this afternoon.
To show off something is to show it to everyone with a lot of pride.
He likes to show off his cars.
To show off is to boast or draw attention to oneself.
Young boys show off to impress girls.
To show up is to arrive without previous notice.
I was pleasantly surprised when my old friend Ramesh showed up at my workplace yesterday.