1. Act out- To perform something, usually a play or a scene from a play.

Example: The students acted out a scene from Romeo and Juliet in class.

2. Ask out- To invite someone to go out on a date or do something socially.

Example: He finally asked her out for dinner.

3. Brush up on- To review or practice something to improve your skills or knowledge.

Example: I need to brush up on my English before I go to America.

4. Catch up- To get up to speed or to be current with something.

Example: I need to catch up on my emails before I can leave.

5. Come across- To find or discover something by chance.

Example: I came across an old photo album in the attic.

6. Come up with- To think of an idea or solution.

Example: We need to come up with a new marketing strategy.

7. Cut down- To reduce or decrease something.

Example: We need to cut down on our expenses to say money.

8. Cut off- To disconnect or stop something. Soon.

Example: The pho e call was cut off before we could finish the conversation.

9. Figure out- To solve or understand something.

Example: I’m trying to figure out how to use this new software program.

10. Find out- To discover or learn something.

Example: I finally found out the truth about what happened.

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