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Ease off (v.): To start doing something less intensely. ex: "Don't criticize him so much. Ease off a little bit!"

Eat up (v.): 1) To enjoy thoroughly. ex: "He eats up the publicity."; 2) 2) To use up. ex: "Playing video games will eat up your cell phone battery."; 3) To believe (without questioning). ex: "She's so gullible. She'll eat up anything you tell her.";

Eating: Bothering. ex: "What's eating him?" (What's bothering him?)

Elbow one's way through a crowd: To make one's way through a crowd, using physical force.

Enough is enough!: Phrase meaning "I've had enough - I can't take anymore."

Every so often: Once in a while. ex: "Every so often I like to go for a long walk."

Eye-opener (n.): Something that makes you realize something. ex: "That video was a real eye-opener. I had no idea things were that bad."

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