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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “rustle sth up”

rustle sth up

informal phrasal verb with rustle /rʌsl̩/ verb
to make something quickly, usually a meal from the food that is available
很快製作;倉促湊成;(通常指用現有的食物)湊合做成一頓飯
Give me a minute and I'll rustle something up for supper.
給我一點時間,我去隨便做點晚飯。
Preparing foodPreparing food using heatProviding and serving meals
(Definition of rustle sth up from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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