This list of phrasal verbs is not exhaustive by any measure, and just because a particular phrasal verb is categorized in one way does not mean that it is never used in a different way. Indeed, there will be some duplicated phrasal verbs in this list, and not every definition for every phrasal verb is listed here.
Intransitive Verb: A verb which is not followed by an object (noun).
Examples: To smile, to die, to come, to look, to stand, to run
Example of Usage: Elizabeth sings so well.
Transitive Verb: A verb which is followed by an object (noun).
Examples: To break, to catch, to get, to carry, to like, to want
Example of Usage: I always enjoy music and will listen to any kind.
Particle: A word which is connected to the preceding verb in both meaning and grammar AND is not followed by a noun.
Examples: Down, up, about, out, on, ahead
Examples of Usage: The architect and the contractor will talk over the plans. (Noun after Transitive Verb + Particle) A conscientious student always tries to stand out. (Intransitive Verb + Particle)
Preposition: A word which connects the verb and noun phrase which follows the preposition; the preposition is connected to the verb in meaning only and is connected to the noun phrase in grammar.
Examples: With, to, for, on, over, across
Example of Usage: I promise to meet you after school. (Noun after Preposition)