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strap sth up

UK (US tape sth up)
phrasal verb with strap uk   us   /stræp/ verb [T usually + adv/prep] (-pp-)
to wrap a leg, arm, or other part of the body in a bandage (= strip of material for wrapping around injuries): He injured himself playing football and his arm was strapped up.
Translations of “strap sth up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 包紮,給…纏繃帶…
in Chinese (Simplified) 包扎,给…打绷带…
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