fix up something Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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fix up something

phrasal verb with fix  us   /fɪks/ verb [T]

fix up something (IMPROVE)

to ​repair, ​decorate, or ​change something so that it is ​ready for use: He ​recentlyfinished fixing up the 1920s-era ​bungalow he ​bought in 1992.
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