man up Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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man up

phrasal verb with man uk   us   /mæn/ verb [T] (-nn-)
informal used to ​tell someone that they should ​deal with something more ​bravely: You need to man up and go get ​want you ​want.
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