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    Come on, lighten up

    Hi, are both "Come on" and "lighten up" phrasal verbs in the sentence: "Come on, lighten up." ?

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    Re: Come on, lighten up

    Yes. They are both listed here.

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    Re: Come on, lighten up

    In those uses, I would say yes.

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