do it up

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To do something. Usually with purpose
do up
To redecorate a room etc

I'm going to do up the living room next.

do up
To fasten a piece of clothing

I can't do up my shirt. The button is missing.

do up
If you say that a person or room is done up in a particular way, you mean they are dressed or decorated in that way, often a way that is rather ridiculous or extreme. Beatrice, usually done up like the fairy on the Christmas tree
do up
If you do something up, you fasten it. Mari did up the buttons Keep your scarf on, do your coat up
do up
pretty up, make beautiful; wrap up nicely and in a decorative manner; button up, fasten (as buttons)
do up
(To) To set in order; to make tidy "Dup the door " (See Dup )
do up
If you do up an old building, you decorate and repair it so that it is in a better condition. Nicholas has bought a barn in Provence and is spending August doing it up
do up
wrap for decorative purposes; "The gift was done up in pretty red paper"
do up
To inject heroin
do up
use special care in dressing, making-up, etc ; "She dolled herself up for the night out with her friends"
do up
wrap for decorative purposes; "The gift was done up in pretty red paper
do it up

    Турецкое произношение

    du ît ʌp

    Произношение

    /ˈdo͞o ət ˈəp/ /ˈduː ɪt ˈʌp/

    Слово дня

    atavism
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