Definition of rock up in English:

rock up

  • British informal Arrive; turn up: they rocked up at about 2.00 p.m.
    More example sentences
    • The basic premise is that the band rocks up in an unlikely spot and plays furiously until they are evicted.
    • Shovell fans out there in user land keep rocking up.
    • I was not surprised when Suede rocked up ripping off Bowie.
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