1. Bring it on!  – to accept a challenge with confidence.

Example: You want to have a race? Bring it on! I can beat you!

2. Call off – To cancel something

Example: We had to call off the picnic because of the rain.

3. Cheer on- To support someone through words of encouragement.

Example: She cheered her brother on through the entire race.

4. Cut back- To consume or spend less.

Example: I decided to cut back on sugar to improve my health.

5. Look up- To check the meaning of something.

Example: If you don’t know the meaning of a word, you should look it up in the dictionary.

6. Look out- To watch out for something.

Example: Look out! There’s a baseball coming your way!

7. Grow apart- To get distant from someone, like a friend

Example: When my friend moved to a different country, I tried to stay close with her, but we slowly grew apart.

8. End up- To eventually be in a particular place or situation.

Example: After driving around for hours, we finally ended up at the beach.

9. Give in- To surrender, specially in a fight or argument.

Example: Ben’s mother gave in and let him stay out late with his friends.

10. Hold back- To stop yourself from doing or saying something.

Example: Amy has a great voice, but whenever she’s singing in public, she feels shy and holds back.

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