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dream up something

phrasal verb with dream  us   /drim/ verb (past tense and past participle dreamed  /drimd, dremt/ or dreamt  /dremt/ )
to ​invent something new by using a lot of ​imagination: The Gerbils is an ​oddname for a ​baseballteam – who dreamed it up?
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