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beef sth up

phrasal verb with beef uk   /biːf/  us   /biːf/ verb [I] informal
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beef sth up

phrasal verb with beef uk   us   /biːf/ verb
to make something stronger or more important: The company has invested $11 million to beef up its video news capabilities and upgrade its website.
(Definition of beef sth up from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “beef sth up”
in Chinese (Simplified) 加强,充实…
in Turkish güçlendirmek, daha önemli hale getirmek…
in Russian укреплять…
in Chinese (Traditional) 加強,充實…
in Polish podreperować coś, wzmacniać coś…
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