Today's phrasal verb is "chip in."
When we "chip in" we contribute money, effort, or time to help someone or something.
Let's chip in and buy a gift for Mark for his birthday.
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Meaning: To "chip in" means to contribute money to a large pool of money in order to buy something or help someone.
Grammar: This phrasal verb is inseparable. You must keep the two pieces of the verb together- "I chipped in $25 so that our family could buy a new toaster."
Examples: "Let's all chip in and buy a bike for the homeless child." or "How much can you chip in so that we can buy drinks for the party?"
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