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April 25, 2010 by Angela

To look somebody up (or look up somebody) is to locate and visit someone you have not seen for a long time. Examples of use: 1. Look me up if you are ever in England. 2. I went to Newcastle on business last week and I looked up an old friend. 3. My friends were […]

April 22, 2010 by Angela

To meet up is to meet someone, or a group of people, in order to do something together.   Examples of use: 1. My friend and I meet up for lunch once a week. 2. We met up for dinner and then went to the theatre. 3. Sian and I are meeting up at 2pm […]

April 22, 2010 by Angela

To call round is to visit someone, usually for a short period of time. British and Australian English.   Examples of use: 1. I think I’ll call round and see if my grandmother needs anything. 2. We called round yesterday, but you were out. 3. Mrs Green’s son calls round after work every day. She […]