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rest up

verb uk phrasal verb with rest   /rest/ us  
to relax in order to have strength for something: Why don't you take a nap to rest up for the party?
Translations of “rest up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 得到充分休息, 養足精神…
in Chinese (Simplified) 得到充分休息, 养足精神…
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