■ pump up

■ pump up
■ pump up
v. t. + prep.
1 estrarre con una pompa; pompare: to pump up water from a well, tirare su acqua dal pozzo con una pompa
2 gonfiare (con una pompa): to pump up a tyre, gonfiare un pneumatico
3 (fig. fam.) accrescere; aumentare: to pump up the volume, alzare il volume (della radio, ecc.)
4 (fig. fam.) caricare; gasare (pop.).

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