Phrasal verbs beginning with E. Select a phrasal verb for more details.
If something eases off, it becomes weaker or less powerful.
If you eat in, you eat at home instead of going out to a restaurant.
to use up, or reduce the amount of, something of value
If you eat out, you eat in a restaurant instead of at home.
to eat all or most of something
If something eats up your time or money, you spend a lot of time or money on it.
If you egg someone on, you encourage them to do something foolish or risky.
to begin something, usually something that will be challenging and time-consuming
to remove everything from inside something
to have a certain result at the end of something
If you end up being somewhere, or doing something, it's because of decisions you've made in the past.
to have something act as the final part of something
to become involved in something related to competition or conflict, such as a debate, a battle, or a dispute.
to become involved in something like a discussion, an agreement, or a partnership.
If you are entitled to something, you have the right to have it or the right to do it.
to give somebody responsibility for something of importance or value
to give someone responsibility for something of importance or value
to make something more equal or to make it fairer
If you expose someone to something, you introduce them to something they might not otherwise see or experience.
to make someone face a danger or a hazard
to get someone out of a difficult situation or a dangerous place