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  • read up on — read about, study, look up    I m going to the library to read up on Louis Riel …   English idioms

  • read up on — (something) to learn about something by reading a lot. I ve been reading up on Quebec s history …   New idioms dictionary

  • read up on — STUDY; informal bone up on; Brit. informal mug up on, swot; archaic con. → read * * * ˌread ˈup on ˌ …   Useful english dictionary

  • read up on — phrasal verb read up on or read up about [transitive] Word forms read up on : present tense I/you/we/they read up on he/she/it reads up on present participle reading up on past tense read up on past participle read up on read up on/about… …   English dictionary

  • read up on — PHRASAL VERB If you read up on a subject, you read a lot about it so that you become informed about it. [V P P n] I ve read up on the dangers of all these drugs …   English dictionary

  • read up on — we ll need to read up on Peruvian culture Syn: study, brush up on; informal bone up on …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • read up on — {v. phr.} To study carefully in preparation for an examination or other special purpose. * /Since Mr. and Mrs. Lee are going to take their American citizenship exams soon, they must read up on the Constitution and the three branches of government …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • read up on — {v. phr.} To study carefully in preparation for an examination or other special purpose. * /Since Mr. and Mrs. Lee are going to take their American citizenship exams soon, they must read up on the Constitution and the three branches of government …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • read\ up\ on — v. phr. To study carefully in preparation for an examination or other special purpose. Since Mr. and Mrs. Lee are going to take their American citizenship exams soon, they must read up on the Constitution and the three branches of government …   Словарь американских идиом

  • read up on — acquire information about (a subject) by reading. → read …   English new terms dictionary

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