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vamp sth up

phrasal verb with vamp uk   /væmp/  us   /væmp/ verb
to make something more ​attractive and ​exciting: The ​dress is ​simple and ​elegant, but you could ​vamp it up for ​eveningwear with some ​stunningjewellery. Leopard-print ​tissuesprove that ​designers will ​vamp up ​even the most ​mundaneobjects.
vamp it up
to ​act like a vamp: pictures of Sharon Stone vamping it up on the ​redcarpet
(Definition of vamp sth up from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “vamp sth up”
in Chinese (Simplified) 使更令人兴奋…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使更令人興奮…
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