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give up
surrender
hold up
delay
keep up
continue
live up to
reach and expected standard
make up
invent
make up for
compensate for
own up
confess [colloquial]
pick up
improve [colloquial]
play up
behave or work badly
put up
offer accommodation
put up with
tolerate, bear
run up
[a bill] let a bill get longer without paying
run up against
encounter [usually a problem]
send up
make fun of by imitating
set up
establish
slip up
make a mistake [colloquial]
stand up to
resist, bear stress
step up
increase
stick up for
defend [esp. youself, your rights - colloquial]
take up
[time] occupy time
turn up
be discovered by chance
add up
make sense
add
His evidence just doesn't_up.
break up
come to an end
broke
The party finally_up at 3.00 am.
bring up
mention
up
I feel I ought to bring_another small matter.
come up
occur [usually a problem - colloquial]
come
Look, something has_up, and I can't meet you.
come up against
meet a difficulty
against
We've come up_a bit of a problem.
come up to
equal [esp. expectations, standard]
come
The play didn't_up to expectations.
come up with
think of [esp. an answer, a plan, a solution]
come up with
We still haven't __ a solution to the problem
crop up
happen unexpectedly [colloquial]
cropped up
I can't go to your party, something has __.
do up
decorate
done up
We're having our room __.
draw up
come to a stop
drawn up
The contract is being __ at the moment.
end up
finish in a certain way, or place
ended up
We __ staying here for lunch.
face up to
have the courage to deal with [esp. responsibilities]
draw up
organize [esp. document]
drawn up
The contract is being _ at the moment.
face up to
You have to__your responsibilities.
ended up
The car_in a ditch (=hole at the side of a road).
face up to
have courage to deal with [esp. responsibilities]
face up to
You have to __ your responsibilites.
get up to
do something [usually bad when about children - colloquial]
feel up to
feel capable of doing
feel
Old Mr. Smith didn't_up to walking all that way.
follow up
act upon a suggestion
follow
Thanks for the information about that book, I'll_it up.
up
The escaped prisoner gave herself_.
given
After ten days the ship was_up for lost.
held
Sorry, I'm late. I was_up in the traffic.
up
Jack was always held_as an example to me.
keep
Well done! _up the the good work!
lived
The play quite_up to my expectations.
look
If you're passing through Athens, please_me up.
own
None of the children would_up to breaking the window.
picking
The weather seems to be_up.
up
The car is playing_again. It won't start.
up
We can put you_for a few days.
up
I can't put_with all this noise!