1) stop (something) working
2) become exhausted from over-working
1) The dynamite’s fuse has burnt out.
2) Jack is working so hard that he will burn himself out if he doesn’t take it easy.
butt in (on sthg)
Meaning: interrupt impolitely
Usage: It’s rude to butt in on a conversation like that!
Meaning: rely or depend on (for help)
Usage: I’m counting on on my friend for directions to reach the theatre on time.
Meaning: remove by drawing a line through
Usage: In some exercises, we were instructed to cross out the incorrect word.
cut down on
Meaning: reduce in number or size
Usage: The Dr. Shepard told Sawyer to cut down on cigarettes.
1) remove using scissors
2) stop doing something
1) Sloan cut out a picture in a magazine.
2) I’m going to cut out eating meals outside.
Meaning: rise, leave bed
Usage: I usually get up at 7 o’clock.
Meaning: stop doing something
Usage: Ms. Austen gave up smoking 3 years ago.
Usage: David went through a lot of pain while recovering from the surgery.
Meaning: spend one’s childhood; develop; become an adult
Usage: Sayed grew up in a small village close to Bangalore.