warm (sb/sth) up Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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warm (sb/sth) up

phrasal verb with warm uk   /wɔːm/  us   /wɔːrm/ verb [I or T]
to ​becomewarmer or to make someone or something ​warmer: The ​housesoonwarms up with the ​heating on. I'll just ​warm up the ​engine while you're getting ​yourcoats on.
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