Stir up - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈstɝː ʌp|
Brit.  |stɜːr ʌp|

verb

- try to stir up public opinion (syn: agitate, foment)
- arouse or excite feelings and passions (syn: fire up, heat, ignite, inflame, wake)
- change the arrangement or position of (syn: agitate, disturb, shake up, vex)
- provoke or stir up (syn: incite, instigate, set off)

Examples

It's politically imprudent to stir up such controversy during an election year.

Next, stir up the eggs with the milk.

The opposition are trying to stir up feelings of dissatisfaction among the voters.

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