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feel up to

This page is about the conversational phrase feel up to

Meaning

to feel well enough to do something, especially after an illness or a bad experience

For example

  • "It'll be a long meeting. Are you sure you feel up to it?"
    "I do now, but I needed that nap."

  • When I called my boss, he said, "If you don't feel up to working yet, take a few more days off."

Quick Quiz

If you don't "feel up to" something, you

a. should reach higher

b. should try harder

c. shouldn't do it

Contributor: Matt Errey