jazz up

This page is about the phrasal verb jazz up.

Meaning: If you jazz something up, you make it more exciting and more interesting.

Synonym: brighten up, liven up, decorate

For example:

  • jazz up sth It's about time we jazzed up our website. It's a bit dull and it looks old-fashioned.

  • jazz sth up Let's jazz the place up a bit. It's such a drag coming to work in this dull, boring office every day.

Quick Quiz:

Billie wants to jazz up her bike by

a. putting stickers and ribbons on it

b. playing the trumpet on it

c. riding it faster

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Contributor: Matt Errey