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In this episode of The A to Z English Podcast, Jack shares the meanings of three phrasal verbs which all contain the verb “die.”
Die out: To become extinct or no longer exist.
Example: The endangered species may die out if conservation efforts are not increased.
Die down: To become less intense or subside, usually referring to a situation or a storm.
Example: The protests finally began to die down after weeks of unrest.
Die off: To decrease in number or quantity, often used in the context of a population decline.
Example: The fish population in the lake started to die off due to pollution.
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