steam up something (or steam something up) – if a surface such as a mirror or a window steams up, or if something steams it up, it becomes covered with steam (very small drops of water).
Examples of use:
1. The bathroom mirror always steams up when I have a bath.
2. It was so cold outside that my glasses steamed up when I walked into the warm house.
3. That pan of boiling water is steaming up the kitchen windows.
4. My glasses keep steaming up: I can’t see a thing!
5. It’s impossible to cook a family meal without steaming the kitchen windows up.
||steam up and steams up|
Can you use this phrasal verb in a sentence?
If you wear glasses, do they steam up sometimes?
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