Chip In – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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Chip In
When you chip in, you put your money together with other people, usually to buy a present for someone.

  • Let’s chip in and buy a Christmas present for the boss.
  • We chipped in for pizza for the office party.
  • Can we chip in and get Jenny a new iPad?

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