[Vocabulary] Be all upon someone meaning

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It suggests some sexual interest.
 

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The expression is to be all up on ​someone, not "upon" someone. They are pronounced differently. "Up" and "on" are stressed equally, but only the second syllable of "upon" is stressed.
 
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