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Dennis Oliver's Phrasal Verbs: E
eat out (no object): have a meal in a restaurant.
"I'm too tired to cook tonight. Why don't we eat
egg on (separable): urge / encourage greatly toward doing
something (usually something negative).
"At first Bob and Chuck were just having a mild
argument, but Bob's friends egged them on until they
end up (1. no object): finally arrive at; arrive at an
"We got lost last night and ended up in the
end up (2. no object): arrive somewhere as a result or
"You're working too hard. If you don't take it easy,
you'll end up in the hospital!"