1. If you don't know the meaning of the word you have to it up in a dictionary. 2. I can't up with your bad behaviour any longer, you have to move out. 3. Do you know how to up a business? 4. Oh, come on, you can't up now! The race is nearly finished. 5. Do you think the prices will up next year? Is everything going to be more expensive? 6. Nancy can up with some great ideas sometimes, I wish she was here. 7. My mummy once told me that it was difficult to up children. Well I think she is great at it. 8. I invited Tim to the party but I don't think he'll up. He never comes to my parties. 9. Can you up children from school. They finish lessons at 3 p.m. and they will be waiting for you in front of the school. 10. You need to stop behaving like a child, you need to up!