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Listen up!

mainly US phrasal verb with listen
 
 
/ˈlɪsən/ verb [I]
something you say to tell people to listen to you: Okay, everyone, listen up! I have an announcement to make.Using the ears
Translations of “Listen up!”
in Russian послушай(те)!…
in Turkish Dinleyin!', 'Susun!'…
in Polish Słuchaj!…
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