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muscle up

To make stronger or more powerful.
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Churchill had again thwarted the American impulse to muscle up in the Pacific theater at the expense of the Atlantic [ …]

Submitted on July 07, 2010

Additional definitions for 'muscle up':

muscle upTo train the muscles for increased size and strength.
muscle upTo force one's way into or through.
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