Cut Down On – English Phrasal Verb Lesson

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These days. do you worry that you do something too much? Maybe you drink too much coffee (like me) or shop too much. If so, and you want to reduce the amount of what you do, you can use the phrasal verb, cut down on. When you cut down on something, you reduce the amount or frequency that you do that thing. Here are some examples.

  1. I need to cut down on coffee. I drink it all day!
  2. Jack had better cut down on coming to work late. The boss is getting fed up with him!
  3. Jenny said she is trying to cut down on shopping. I hope it works out!

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