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    Smile A puzzled sentence.

    'I like chinese food'
    'Look me some up if you want to.'
    What does the 'up' mean?
    thank you.

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    Re: A puzzled sentence.

    Phrasal Verb: look someone up
    To visit or get in touch with them.
    Example: I'll look you up when I'm in town.


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