Jumble up – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To jumble up something (or jumble something up) is to mix things up into an untidy mess.

Example of use:

Why are your clothes all jumbled up on the floor? Tidy them up, please.

jumble up
present simple
jumble up  and jumbles up
-ing form
jumbling up
past simple
jumbled up
past participle
jumbled up

jumble (noun) – articles for a jumble sale. For example, old clothes and unwanted household items. British English.

jumble sale (noun) – a sale of secondhand items, often held to raise money for charity. British English.

Can you write a sentence with the phrasal verb ‘jumble up‘?

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