||to wait until someone or something arrives
||I've been waiting for the bus for almost
||- Who is your waitress?
- I think Betty is waiting on us today.
||to stop sleeping
||Wake the kids up please. They're going
to be late for school.
||to leave as a sign of protest
||The workers walked out to protest the
||to make weaker
||Some bartenders water down the drinks
they make in order to save money and cheat the customers.
||to no longer affect someone
||My medicine is wearing off. I need to
take some more.
||to wear something / use something until it
can no longer be worn / be used
||I need to get some new shoes. This pair
is almost completely worn out.
||to create quickly
||- Where did you get this delicious cake?
- I whipped it up myself!
||to practice in order to improve
||- Why do you keep repeating those words?
- I'm working on my pronunciation.
||- Where is Sara?
- She's working out at the gym.
||to solve a problem
||My husband and I need to work things out
in our relationship.
||clothes to keep warm
||- Why are you wrapped up in that
- I'm freezing! I think I have a fever.
||to finish something
||Let's wrap our discussion up and go get
||to record something in writing
||Did you write the phone number down?
||to make a report in writing
||I've already written the report up. I'm