- 1.1 (fasten) [coat/necklace/button] abrochar [zipper] subir do up your tie hazle el nudo de la corbata do your shoes up átate or (AmL tb) amárrate (los cordones de) los zapatos, amárrate las agujetas (Méx) or (Per) los pasadores she wears her hair done up lleva el pelo recogido 1.2 (wrap up) [parcel] envolver* 1.3 (dress up) [colloquial/familiar] she was all done up estaba muy elegante 1.4 [colloquial/familiar] [house] arreglar (pintando, empapelando etc)
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