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bandage up

To cover and/or treat one's wound(s). A noun, person's name, or pronoun can be used between "bandage" and "up." The trainer is bandaging Danny up right now—he should be back in the game soon. I bandaged up my daughter's knee after she fell at the park. As soon as we bandage it up you'll be good to go.
See also: up

bandage someone or something up

to wrap bandages on someone or on someone's wounds. We should bandage the wounds up first. We should bandage up the wounds first. I have to bandage him up before we can move him. She bandaged herself up with the supplies she kept in her backpack.
See also: up
References in classic literature ?
But then, as Herbert changed the bandages, more by the light of the fire than by the outer light, he went back to it spontaneously.
I took the great paw in one hand and with the other hand untied and unwound the bandage, removed the splints and felt of the injured member.
Avoiding its strokes they busied themselves with the anointed bandage.
With a steady movement -- cautious, sidelong, shrinking, and slow -- I slid from the embrace of the bandage and beyond the reach of the scimitar.
After dressing the unfortunate man's wounds, I readjusted the bandages on his head, and turned to Captain Nemo.
It was plain enough at first on account of the crushed and broken bushes, white rags torn from the puma's bandages, and occasional smears of blood on the leaves of the shrubs and undergrowth.
About a year's pressure is sufficient to produce the desired effect, at the end of which time the child emerges from its bandages a complete flathead, and continues so through life.
Cornelius de Witt, raising himself on his couch, and grasping the hand of his brother, who shuddered at the touch of his linen bandages, replied, --
And really Cornelius took the pencil and began to write, when through the white linen bandages drops of blood oozed out which the pressure of the fingers against the pencil squeezed from the raw flesh.
has received the European Union CE marking for its unique hemorrhage control ChitoFlex bandage.
A CORPORATE team from Birmingham which has raised an incredible PS3,161 for Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity has now pledged its support for the charity's fifth annual fundraiser - The Big Bandage.
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Summary: Herve was the man who gave us the Bandage Dress.
IYou've heard of Band Aid, well here's Bandage Aid - and over 30,000 people from across the West Midlands took part.
Place the end of the bandage on the inside of their wrist and wrap the bandage straight around their wrist.