Have a good long weekend and drive carefully if you are travelling this Easter.
Don’t eat too many Easter Eggs!
Tips will be back on Monday!
(This phrasal verb has more than one meaning)
Definition: to make something very quickly, using whatever is available [British informal]
E.g.1. There wasn’t much food in the cupboard, but I managed to knock up a meal for myself.
E.g.2. They knocked up a shelter out of the driftwood they found on the beach.
This phrasal verb can be separated.