Phrasal verbs

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to be very luck
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to luck out
In the film industry, you really need to luck out to step out.
to get drunk from excess of alcohol
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to liquor up
Andy liquored up yesterday at the wedding.
to remain in or near a place
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to stick around
Don't you want to stick around for the weekend at least?
to lose all your money especially in a game
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to bust out
I didn't stay long, I busted out in poker around midnight.
to overplay
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to hoke up
That guy hoked up the role of Demetrius in the play.
go to bed
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to sack out
You guys party all you want, I'm sacking out.
become fat
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to blimp up
She blimped up because she eats at fast food restaurants all the time.
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