Phrasal Verbs with EAT

eat in
to eat at home instead of in a restaurant
Let’s eat in tonight.

eat out
to eat in a restaurant instead of at home
They eat out all the time.

eat into
to gradually reduce the amount of time, money etc.
The high cost of living is eating into our savings.

eat up
to use something in large quantities
Non-energy saving light bulbs just eat up electricity.

eat away
to gradually destroy something
The rocks were eaten away by erosion.