The verb to eat [iːt] is an irregular verb. Its main forms are shown in the table
|Infinitive||Past Simple||Past Participle|
Consider common phrasal verbs with to eat in the English language
- eat away
- The children are in the kitchen, eating away as usual
- eat away at
- Rust had eaten away at the metal frame
- eat in
- Are we eating in tonight?
- eat into
- Your body converts the carbohydrates you eat into glucose
- eat out
- Let’s eat out tonight, I’m too tired to cook
- eat up
- Come on, Kaylee, eat up!