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Bundle Up

Bundle Up - to dress very warm; to wear warm clothes on a very cold day

  • It is very cold outside. You need to bundle up.
  • My mother told me to bundle up, because it is freezing outside.
  • We need to bundle up, so we can play in the snow.
  • My brother and I always bundle up in the winter.
  • We need to wear a hat, scarf and gloves, and need to bundle up good. It is so cold outside.
  • I need to bundle up, because I need to go out in the snow storm.

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