'Gee Up' Phrasal Verb

Definition of Gee up phrasal verb

Gee up phrasal verb

  1. Meaning: Used to encourage a horse, and sometimes people, to go faster
    (Intransitive | British English)
    » Example: Her horse was slow so she told it to GEE UP.
  2. Meaning: Encourage people to show more enthusiasm or make more effort
    (Separable [obligatory] | British English)
    » Example: She tried to GEE them UP.