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Gas Up ( put gasoline in the car; get fuel for a trip; slang: eat a lot of food ... )

"Gas Up"

Gassing up is filling the car with gas.

Example: "It is a long drive so be sure to gas up before you go."

Gassing up is also a fun way of saying eat a lot of food.

Example: "I'm hungry. Let's gas up!"

Gang Up On Someone

Gathering A Case Against You

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