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bundle (oneself) up (against something)

to wrap oneself up in protective clothing or bedding as protection against the cold. Please bundle yourself up against the frigid wind. Bundle up before you go outside.
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bundle someone up (in something)

to wrap someone up in protective clothing or bedding. Bill bundled Billy up in his parka. Bill bundled up Mary in her parka.
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bundle someone up (in something)

to wrap someone up in protective clothing or bedding. Bill bundled Billy up in his parka. Bill bundled up Mary in her parka.
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bundle up (somebody)

also bundle somebody up
to put coats and other warm clothes on someone In the winter you have to bundle up, because it gets really cold. Her mom bundled her up in a down parka, with a knit cap under the hood.
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bundle up

v.
1. To gather or tie something together in a tight package: He bundled up his belongings and left for college. She bundled her manuscript up and sent it to the publisher.
2. To wrap someone snugly in warm clothes or blankets: She bundled up the baby and laid him in the crib. He bundled the kids up and sent them out to play in the snow.
3. To dress snugly in warm clothes or blankets: I bundled up and went outside.
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