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    bump up

    "We will bump you up to assistant manager"

    I looked it up in a dictionary and it says "to suddenly icrease something by a large amount. Is this sentence correct?

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    Re: bump up

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    "We will bump you up to assistant manager"

    I looked it up in a dictionary and it says "to suddenly icrease something by a large amount. Is this sentence correct?
    Yes. In this case, it´s an informal way of saying "we´ll give you a promotion."

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    Re: bump up

    Quote Originally Posted by riquecohen View Post
    Yes. In this case, it´s an informal way of saying "we´ll give you a promotion."
    Can we bump up production?

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    Re: bump up

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    Can we bump up production?
    Yes.

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