sweep up

Hope you all had a good break during the World Cup!
So sorry about the result (for Brazil) but perhaps you got a chance to practice your English with so many “gringos” in the country.
Definition: to clean the floor using a broom.
(This phrasal verb has more than one meaning)
E.g.1: Oh no! I’ve spilt rice over the kitchen floor – could you sweep it up for me?
E.g.2: Once I’ve swept up, I’ll make myself a cup of tea.
This phrasal verb can be separated. (E.g. 1)

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