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Shake up   /ʃeɪk əp/   Listen
Shake up

verb
1.
Shock physically.  Synonyms: bump around, jar.
2.
Organize anew.  Synonyms: reorganise, reorganize.
3.
Shake; especially (a patient to detect fluids or air in the body).  Synonym: succuss.
4.
Stir the feelings, emotions, or peace of.  Synonyms: excite, shake, stimulate, stir.  "The civil war shook the country"
5.
Change the arrangement or position of.  Synonyms: agitate, commove, disturb, raise up, stir up, vex.
6.
Make fuller by shaking.  Synonyms: fluff up, plump up.






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