Phrasal Verb – Eat out.
Meaning – To eat in at a restaurant or away from home. To dine at a place that is not your home.
- This phrasal verb is separable.
- “You are such a foodie! You ate out almost every night last week!”
- “We’ve got no food in the house. Shall we just eat out tonight?”
To eat in means to eat at home.
Are you feeling hungry? Check out these activities and expressions related to food and eating:
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- Egg (Photo Vocabulary)
- Fine Dining (Photo Vocabulary)
- Fish and Chips (British Culture)
- Foodie (Slang)
- Pig Out (Phrasal Verb)
- Scrumptious (Slang)
- Whet Your Appetite (Idiom)
- Yummy (Slang)
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What is a phrasal verb?
A phrasal verb is a verb combined with 1 or 2 small words. These small words are particles. A particle can be a preposition or adverb. The phrasal verb has a different meaning from the verb alone because the particle changes the meaning of the verb.
Some phrasal verbs can be separated. When we change the tense of the phrasal verb we only modify the verb part. The particle remains the same.
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