warmed-up

warmed-up
warmed-up [ ,wɔrmd `ʌp ] adjective
1. ) ready to do a sport or other activity
2. ) BRITISH WARMED-OVER for eating

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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  • warmed-over — adj [usually before noun] AmE 1.) warmed over food has been cooked before and then heated again for eating →↑reheat 2.) warmed over ideas or arguments have been used before and are not interesting or useful any more →look/feel like death warmed… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • warmed-over — warmed o|ver [ ,wɔrmd ouvər ] adjective AMERICAN 1. ) warmed over ideas or arguments are not new or original 2. ) warmed over food had gone cold but has been heated again to make it warm enough to eat …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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