Crank Up – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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CRANK UP
Crank up means to increase the volume and intensity of some equipment.

  • Crank up the radio. I like this song.
  • It’s cold in this room. Please crank up the heater.
  • I always crank up the music when nobody else is home.

How about you? What have you cranked up recently?
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