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get up to (third-person singular simple present gets up to, present participle getting up to, simple past got up to, past participle (UK) got up to or (US) gotten up to)

  1. To do something, especially something that is forbidden or improper.
    Recently he's been getting up to all sorts of mischief.
    I haven't seen you for a while. What have you been getting up to?


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