patch up (1)
This page is about the phrasal verb patch up (1)
Meaning: to fix something quickly so it can be used until it's repaired properly or replacedSynonym: mend
- patch sth up After crashing my motorbike, I couldn't fix it but I patched it up enough to get it to the repair shop.
- patch up sth Our roof needs replacing. It leaked during that storm last night and I patched up some holes, but we really need a new one.
Nouns often used as objects with patch up (1): jeans, clothes, shoes, socks, tyre, road, roof, hole
Some of the kids in our school come from very poor families. Their mothers have to patch up
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Contributor: Matt Errey