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    Verb

    is the word UP a verb

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    Re: Verb

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    is the word UP a verb
    No, but it's often used with verbs to change their meaning.
    For example: To take up, to stand up, to stay up etc.

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    Re: Verb

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    is the word UP a verb
    I've never seen an English verb that's all capitals before. Do you mean the word up? If so, it's a preposition in form, and it can function as an adverb.

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