Jazz up – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To jazz up something, or jazz something up, is to make it more attractive or interesting

Informal English.

Examples of use:

1. We jazzed up our kitchen with a new glass splashback.

2. Why don’t you jazz up that pizza with some olives and roasted peppers?

3. She jazzes up her black work suits with colourful accessories.

4. We’re thinking about jazzing our bedroom up with some new wallpaper.

jazz up
present simple
jazz up and jazzes up
-ing form
jazzing up
past simple
jazzed up
past participle
jazzed up

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