Wear Out – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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WEAR OUT
Wear out means that you use something so much that you can’t use it anymore. You can also say that something is or got worn out.

  • I wore out a pair of cheap sneakers.
  • The handle on my knife is worn out. I should get a new one.

How about you? Have you worn out anything recently?
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