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gen up

UK old-fashioned informal
phrasal verb with gen uk   us   /dʒen/ verb (-nn-)
to find out as much information as possible: Derek genned up on the country's history before going there.
Translations of “gen up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 瞭解詳情, 摸清事實, 查明情況…
in Chinese (Simplified) 了解详情, 摸清事实, 查明情况…
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