Does the phrase get up for exist?
I saw the following sentence in a movie.
Got up for your new mistress this weekend?
What does this sentence mean?
P.s I do not have any intention to use any abusive language. I tried to find out the meaning of this sentence on my own but it didn't get clear for me.So,only I have posted it here.
For the second, the meaning of your sentence might be clearer with more context.[al /QUOTE]
Thank you for your reply sir.
I wish I could give you more context but that is what said in the film.
Can anyone explain this? Please.
Two police officers while going in the lift talking about the the case. The lady police officer asks this to the male officer and the officer replies that I don't know what you are talking about . I am a married man.
Thus is the scene when that dialogue is spoken. Since, that sentence is irrelevant to the story I couldn't tell the context.
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I think that should be like that with the context Got up to your new mistress this weekend? I don't know what you're talking about, I'm a married man
Get up to means do something bad.
After all, the meaning is not clear. Does it mean : did he(you) act badly with this mistress?
Last edited by sumon.; 12-Dec-2011 at 21:32.