firm sth up Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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firm sth up

phrasal verb with firm
 
 
/fɜːm/ verb [I]
to make something more definite or less likely to change: firm up an agreement/an order/a price The company is attempting to firm up potential orders for four ferries and two cruise ships.
Translations of “firm sth up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 落實, 敲定…
in Chinese (Simplified) 落实, 敲定…
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