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redd up

colloquial To clean or tidy up; to empty or clear out (something or some space). Primarily heard in the Midwestern United States. When we were growing up, we were all expected to help redd up after each meal. I'll be spending this weekend redding up the garage.
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Headmaster, Mr Jonathan Reddin said: "As part of our Vision to develop students' strength of mind, we encourage them to be truly independent thinkers and to think 'big' ideas, using their creative instincts.
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