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They Ate It Up ( really enjoy it; eat all of it; believe one's lie ... )

"They Ate It Up"

They ate it up means they ate it all and they loved it and they wanted more.

Example: "How did they like the spaghetti I made?" Reply: "They ate it up."

They ate it up means they loved that thing and they wanted more of it.

Example: "That was a great show tonight. They ate it up."

They ate it up means that they believed all of it.

Example: "Did you tell her that you were at the library?" Reply: "Yeah. She ate it up."

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