mock up

This page is about the phrasal verb mock up.

Meaning: to make a model of something to show how it will look or work

For example:

  • mock up sth After making detailed drawings, they went to the next step and mocked up the newly-designed unit.

  • mock sth up I mocked a simple version up so that I could play the game with my students to see how it worked.

Note: The closely-related noun "mock-up" can also be used, as in "We made a mock-up of the new design and showed it to the marketing team."

Quick Quiz:

One of our craftsmen mocked up the

a. new shoe design

b. new accountant

c. new exercise program

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