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eat into sth

phrasal verb with eat /iːt/ verb [I or T] (ate, eaten)
to use or take away a large part of something valuable, such as money or time 消耗,花掉,耗費(金錢或時間) The high cost of living in London is eating into my savings. 倫敦生活費用太高了,我的積蓄都花了不少了。 Using and misusing
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