▌ to look forward to 期待
I'm really looking forward to Christmas this year.
She is looking forward to eating the big meal tonight.
▌ to put up 掛上
I've already put up all the decorations.
▌ to put off 延後、拖延 = to postpone
The exchanging gifts has been put off for a week.
I regret putting off buying presents this year.
▌ to wrap up 包裝 / 穿暖
Have you wrapped up Jenny's present yet?
Wrap up well. It's cold outside.
▌ to go out 出去玩、參加社交活動
She likes to go out at the weekend.
I go out partying with my friends every Christmas.
▌ to stay in 待在家
Let's stay in tonight and watch a movie.
I'm going to stay in tonight and catch up on some sleep.
▌ to end up 最後處於；最後成爲；以…告終
They're travelling across Europe by train and are planning to end up in Moscow.
▌ to bump into 巧遇
I bumped into my childhood friend when I was shopping with my mom.
▌ to fall out with 吵架
He left home after falling out with his parents.
▌ to make up 和好
We often quarrel but we always make it up soon after.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas!
- 資料來源：10 Festive, Winter & Christmas Phrasal Verbs / Cambridge Dictionary