BUILD UP – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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BUILD UP
What does it mean when someone says build up? Well, build up is a phrasal verb and it means to increase the size or amount of something.

  • I think I’m going to start exercising. I want to build up my muscles.
  • My friend Stew has built up a huge following on TikTok.
  • They have built up a lot of new apartments on the south side of the city.

How about you? What do you want to build up?
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