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    Smile has been up this morning

    what does it mean by the idiom has been up this morning?

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    Re: has been up this morning

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    It doesn't sound idiomatic at the moment. Please give us the context.
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    Re: has been up this morning

    Quote Originally Posted by maricelsuico
    what does it mean by the idiom has been up this morning?

    What time has he been up this morning?-What time did he get up?

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    Re: has been up this morning

    be up = be out of bed

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