from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. Informal To enlist again for military service.
- intransitive v. Informal To sign a renewed contract for employment or service.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To reenlist; to renegotiate a contract
- v. To refill one's drug stash
When Petraeus assumed command, the initial reports on what-was-to-happen-next suggested that Petraeus was going to re-up on COIN.
But once you re-up, you most likley to stick around for the full twenty or more (or join the reserves).
He would put the salt and pepper on the edge of his rubber place mat in case he needed to re-up in the course of the meal.
"Well, the last four issues sucked, but I was happy with two of the previous ones, sure, I'll re-up my subscription."
When you go down to the Pioneer Square artwalk, you should show your gratitude for getting into all those museums for free (and also re-up your karma points) by stopping into the Pioneer Square Cafe Vita for a “laptop rally” put on by 4Culture.
We want him to re-up, be in good spirits and in time he'll come around.
Assuming ABC does ask her to re-up and that's a pretty safe assumption, Ellen seems game.
And the team re-building is already in process: Emmanuel is gone, Summers is going, and Gates will soon finish his two-year "re-up" commitment.
On Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last month, Probst said he would re-up his contract if Fallon signed on.
We've been in this rental for a year and are about to re-up.
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