Phrasal Verb: Act Up
Phrasal Verb ACT UP #2
Alternative Meaning: When something isn’t working properly
- My car was acting up yesterday so I took it to the mechanic to have it repaired.
- My car wasn’t working properly yesterday so I took it to the mechanic to have it repaired.
- When my computer is acting up I just restart it that usually fixes the problem.
- When my computer isn’t working properly I just restart it that usually fixes the problem.
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