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    #1

    tie up, clean up, hurry up (negative)

    Don't hurry up.
    The above sentence is not acceptable. Are the sentences below acceptable?
    Don't tie the horse up.
    Don't clean up the room.

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    #2

    Re: tie up, clean up, hurry up (negative)

    Yes.

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