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fog up (something)

phrasal verb with fog  /fɔɡ, fɑɡ/ verb [T/I] (-gg-)
to ​cover a ​surface such as ​glass or a ​mirror with ​smalldrops of ​water and make it ​difficult to ​see through or ​reflect an ​image: My ​windshieldkept fogging up, and it was hard to ​see the ​road. The ​steam fogged my ​glasses up.
(Definition of fog up (something) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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