How to use Eat up in a sentence

eat up
  • Well, I've got to get to the kitchen, eat up.

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  • He is expected one day to awake and eat up the world.

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  • In any case, hiring a handler would eat up her profits.

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  • A single pipistrelle bat can eat up to 3000 insects per night.

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  • A hat is a fairly small project, so it won't eat up a lot of yarn or too much of your time.

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  • On day five, dieters can eat up to 20 ounces of beef.

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  • A bed, desk and a desk chair can eat up the available space.

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  • Mouse Planet is much more objective - where LaughingPlace is almost always written in a light flattering to Disney, Mouse Planet can sometimes be critical, delivering "tell it like it is" information that fans will eat up.

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  • Having different glasses for lots of different types of wines is great, but those big bulbous Burgundy stems and those extra-tall Syrah stems quickly eat up your space, assuming you had any to fit them to begin with.

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  • You can eat up to 12 ounces a week of other fish, as long as they're low in mercury.

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  • For many parents of young children, these hefty daycare fees will eat up a big part of a budget.

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  • Shipping and/or installation by an independent contractor may eat up the purchase savings, especially when purchasing the appliance online.

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  • Sometimes banks will use rebates to take the excess debt that someone has on their old car when they trade it in and eat up that negative equity.

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  • I recommend getting a spare rechargable battery as like all digital cameras they eat up the power.

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  • High shipping costs eat up the savings on the actual products.

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  • If your auction displays five to 10 medium-sized photos, this can eat up bandwidth.

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  • Tina's amused, but Johnny asks Ruby to stop being so nosy and eat up her food.

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  • Digital cameras eat up batteries at a pretty fast rate; after all, those batteries have a lot of work to do.

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  • Shipping - Shipping on heavy items can eat up any savings you may realize on the item's base price.

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  • An overwhelming amount of material can easily eat up a petite frame, causing a woman to essentially "drown" in the middle of it all.

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