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Noun: getup  'get,úp
  1. A set of clothing (with accessories)
    "his getup was exceedingly elegant";
    - outfit, rig, turnout
Verb: get up
  1. Get on one's feet from a sitting or kneeling position
    "The audience got up and applauded";
    - arise, rise, uprise, stand up
  2. Get up and out of bed
    "I get up at 7 A.M. every day";
    - turn out, arise, uprise, rise
  3. Take from a lower to a higher position
    - raise, lift, elevate, bring up
  4. Cause to rise
  5. Develop
    - work up
  6. Put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive
    - overdress, dress up, fig out [informal], fig up [informal], deck up, gussy up [N. Amer, informal], fancy up [informal], trick up, deck out, trick out, prink, attire, rig out, tog up [informal], tog out [informal], doll up [informal]
  7. Arrange by systematic planning and united effort
    - organize, organise [Brit], prepare, devise, machinate
  8. [informal] Study intensively, as before an exam
    - cram [informal], grind away, bone up [informal], swot [Brit, informal], mug up [Brit, informal], swot up [Brit, informal], bone [informal], revise [Brit]

Derived forms: getups, getting up, got up, gets up

See also: convey

Type of: acquire, attire, change posture, develop, displace, dress, garb, get, get dressed, grow, hit the books, initiate, move, pioneer, produce, study

Antonym: bed