do (sth) up phrasal verb, verb Definition in British English Dictionary
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do (sth) up

phrasal verb with do uk   us   // /du/ /duː/ /duː/ verb (did, done)
UK to fasten something or become fastened: Can you help me to do up my dress? Do your shoes/laces up before you trip over. These trousers must have shrunk - I can't do them up. These trousers won't do up.
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in Chinese (Traditional) 繫牢…
in Chinese (Simplified) 系牢…
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