Eat out – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To eat out is to eat away from home, at a cafe or restaurant.

Examples of use:

1. I don’t feel like cooking tonight so let’s eat out.

2. We have eaten out every night this week!

3. I don’t like eating out. I prefer to eat at home.

eat out
present simple
eat out and eats out
-ing form
eating out
past simple
ate out
past participle
eaten out

See also, eat up

Image by DiscoverDuPage