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XXL is:. up (ups, upped, upped, upping). a Macedonian girl group which took part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2000. up. For more information, see XXL Megadiscount. up. a supermarket chain in Romania. up.
a hip-hop magazine published by Harris Publications; see XXL. write up: to create a report. XXL itself is not a particularly standard size as it does not indicate a standard measurement, but is usually to the discretion of manufacturers to allocate sizes. work up: to create, e.g., to work up an appetite; exercise to work up a sweat. This is used for very large clothing, and is generally the largest size available. wind up: to come to be, e.g., this list will wind up longer than you might think. a clothing size that generally means Extra Extra Large. warm up: to raise the temperature, e.g., warm up the leftovers for dinner.
wake up: awaken in the morning. up to it: able to cope. up to him (or her): the duty to do something. up for election: to be a candidate for elective office.
wrap up: to enclose; to finish. wets up: to become wet, e.g., rain wets up the earth. top up: to make full, e.g., to fill a auto gas tank completely; also top off. time is up: to come to an end.
think up: to create in one’s mind; e.g., think up excuses. take up: to turn one’s attention to, e.g., take up the next topic for discussion. take up: to remove the slack, e.g., to take up the fishing line. take up: to require, e.g., takes up a lot of time.
stopped up: clogged; see opened up. stir up: to create disarray or trouble. stir up: to mix, e.g., stir up a martini. speak up: to voice an opinion.
shut up: to cease speaking (impolite expression); to close, e.g., a house, a box. screw up: to make a serious error in doing something. ring up: to telephone. pucker up: to purse lips to kiss.
polish up: to remove tarnish, e.g., polish up silverware. opened up; confusing uage: a drain must be opened up (cleared) because it is stopped up (clogged). open up: to open for business; e.g., open up a store or theatre. muck up: to err; to make a mess of things.
mock up: to create a preliminary version or a trial version of. mess up: to err, make a mistake. lock up: to secure, e.g., lock up the house before leaving. line up: to create a queue, e.g., line UP for tickets.
lash up: (UK) disastrous results of poor planning and/or execution. knock up: to impregnate. kick up: to create, e.g., don’t kick up a fuss. give up: to discontinue, e.g., don’t give up yet.
gang up (on): to collaborate in opposition (to someone); e.g., "They ganged up on him.". fuck up: (vulgar) to err. fix up: to repair, e.g., fix up the old car. finish up: to complete a task or action.
'fess up: to confess. eat up: to eat it all. dry up: to lose moisture, or content, as in a "dry well". dressed up: wearing special clothing; note: to be dressed is ordinary; to be dressed up is special.
close up: to close for business; e.g., close up shop (at night). clean up: to win by a wide margin in sports, gambling, or business. clean up: to make something clean or orderly, e.g., clean up the kitchen. clearing up: to become sunny.
clouding up: to become cloudy. clogged up: passage impeded as in a clogged up drain pipe, or a traffic jam. comes up / came up: becomes a topic, as in conversation, e.g., that topic came up today. chat up: UK to have a conversation with someone.
call up: telephone someone. burn up: to be burned such that there is nothing left. building up: to create, e.g., build up a list; build up a physique. buckle up: to don a protective device, e.g., auto seat belt; parachute.
buck up: forward to higher authority for resolution. buck up: draw on reserver inner strength. brush up: to refresh ones knowledge of something; to reacquaint oneself. bring up: to direct a conversation to a topic or an issue.
brighten up: to decorate, e.g., brighten up a room. bottoms up!: a call to empty one’s glass of alcohol in one drink. blow up: to explode; to inflate, e.g., to blow up a baloon. belly up: come close to, e.g., belly up to the bar for a drink.
belly up: dead, e.g., a dead fish goes "belly up", a company in bankruptcy goes belly up. Bang up: excellent: e.g., "He’s doing a bang up good job.". Bang up: to damage, e.g., "He’s driving a banged up old jalopy of a car";. up to.
upward. upwards. up a creek. uppity.
upon. upper. upside down. upside.
turn up. runup. run up. walkup.
lookup. look up. backup. back up.
current; abreast of; informed about