Bundle up means to dress very warmly before going outside on a cold day. You can bundle up or bundle someone up.
- I always bundle up when it’s cold.
- It’s -2C today. You need to bundle up today.
- Before taking her kids to school Jane bundles them up.
How about you? When was the last time you bundled up?
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