Fetch up - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈfetʃ ʌp|
Brit.  |fetʃ ʌp|


- finally be or do something (syn: end up, finish, finish up, wind up)

Extra examples

Jane can't come, she's been fetching up all morning.

Be careful, you could fetch up by getting hurt.

In spite of her family's opinion, she fetched up the winner.

When Jim's driving, we never know where we'll fetch up.

...the driver fetched up the horse-drawn carriage in front of the church...

Who would have guessed that he would fetch up as director of the firm?

We shall fetch up in trouble if he goes on spending the firm's money like that.

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