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Today's Idiom = "Gearing Myself Up For It"
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Gearing Myself Up For It ( prepare yourself; get ready for it ... )

"Gearing Myself Up For It"

Gearing yourself up is getting ready to do it.

Example: "My dad wants to go skiing when he gets to town, so gear yourself up for it."

Example: "What are you doing? " Reply: "I'm gearing myself up to go for a run."

Example: "Hurry up and throw the ball." Reply: "Relax. I'm gearing myself up."

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