Phrasal Verbs on topic

Phrasal Verbs on topic

To bolt (it) down – to eat food very quickly, (уплетать, поглощать, проглотить)
As we drank coffee, I was struck with the speed with which she bolted down her lunch.
To pick at (it) – to eat a small amount of a meal, (съесть чуть-чуть что-либо, поклевать (еду))
He picked at his food without much appetite.
To pig out – to eat a lot of food, (объедаться, налопаться, набрасываться на еду)
We pigged out at breakfast in this restaurant.
To cut back on – to eat less of something in order to improve your health, (есть поменьше чего-либо, ограничить себя в употреблении чего-либо)
You should cut back on the amount of coffee that you drink.
To knock (it) back – to drink alcohol, (выпить залпом)
The bartender poured David a whisky soda and he knocked it back and asked for another one.
To warm (it) up – to heat food again that has already been cooked, (подогреть)
Amy said she would warm up the pizza for us.


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