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rev up (sb/sth)

phrasal verb with rev uk   us   /rev/ verb [I or T] (-vv-)
to become more active, or to make someone or something become more active: The hotel is revving up for the busy summer season. drugs which rev up your nervous system
Translations of “rev up (sb/sth)”
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)活躍起來,(使)積極起來…
in Chinese (Simplified) 更活跃,更积极, 使更活跃、更积极…
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