Chicken Out - Phrasal Verbs - Chickened Out Chickening Out - IELTS CAE CPE - ESL British English
A full explanation of the phrasal verb chicken out, chickened out, chickening out, chicken out of, chickened out of and chickening out of.
If someone chickens out of something it means that they agree to do it but later they realise that they are too frightened to do it
The meaning of chicken out is a near synonym of to wimp out or to cop out
The phrasal verb to chicken out is intransitive.
The phrasal verb to chicken out of is transitive and inseparable.
The video contains examples of the phrasal verb chicken out and chicken out of in a sentence.
At the last moment he chickened out.
At the last moment he chickened out of it.
They were too frightened and chickened out.
The buyer chickened out of the deal.
To chicken out means to be too scared to do something you have said you would do.
To chicken out and to chicken out of are informal phrasal verba.
Phrasal verbs like chicken out and chicken out of are good to add to your vocabulary for official exams like CAE CPE or IELTS.
Remember it is important to use the correct syntax when using phrasal verbs.http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish
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