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    Meaning Of An Idiom

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    can anyone tell me wat's da meaning of the idiom "MUSTER UP"

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    still i m not getting :(


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    Quote Originally Posted by asimni View Post
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    can anyone tell me wat's da meaning of the idiom "MUSTER UP"
    The word muster means to produce something.
    You muster up means to generate something
    e.g she finally mustered up the courage to aski him for more money.


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    can anyone tell me what is the meaning of the idiom "MUSTER UP"
    The verb "to muster" has the meaning of to gather in a group someone/something. So sheep in New Zealand are not rounded up, but mustered.

    Troops are mustered on the parade ground.

    To muster up courage = to gather your courage together in order to face doing something.


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    Don't trouble yourself with the pesky word.
    You won't be understood with your crowd anyway, if you're all accustomed to speaking at the level of 'wat's da...'
    They'll think you're say 'musta'.



    How does one render 'must have' into this dialect?
    Last edited by David L.; 24-Feb-2009 at 20:21.

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    hey there,

    it means:Gain sth by collecting it from other people or by drawing it from within oneself;summon sth up.

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    what is an idiom


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    Iwill like to know all the involvement in writting formal & informal letters. From the start to the closing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibe Florence View Post
    what is an idiom

    English Idioms and Idiomatic Expressions - UsingEnglish.com

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