Touch up: repair.
e.g. Can you touch up the scratches on the car?
e.g. This chair needs some touch-up.
Make up: invent; apply cosmetics; become reconciled.
e.g. He had to make up an excuse explaining why he was so late.
e.g. She made up beautifully before she put on the fancy dress.
e.g. After the heated argument, the man and his wife made up.
Run against: compete.
e.g. I am going to run against him in the coming mayor election.
Die away: disappear.
e.g. The noise died away and it was silent.
Hand over: yield control of.
e.g. The manager has handed over the human resources section to the assistant manager.
Call off: cancel
e.g. Due to the bad weather, the meeting was called off.
Walk over: go to where someone is.
e.g. I have something to give to you. Can you walk over?
Back out: desert; fail to keep a promise.
e.g. You said you would help us, but you backed out the last minute.