jack up (2)
This page is about the phrasal verb jack up (2)
Meaning: If you jack something up, you use a jack to lift it off the ground.
- jack up sth If you've got a flat tyre, jack up the car and then you can change the tyre.
- jack sth up If you've jacked a car up, don't get under it because the jack could break or tip over and the car could fall on top of you.
A jack is a piece of equipment for lifting heavy objects, esp. one for raising a vehicle's axle off the ground so that a wheel can be replaced or the underside can be inspected.
If someone has jacked up their car, they probably have
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Contributor: Matt Errey