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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
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The Big Bandage has raised more than PS192,836 since it launched in 2013 and has seen thousands of celebrities, businesses, patients, staff, office workers, schools and community groups bandaged up in aid of the children's hospital.
Alan is OK, but had a large head wound that we bandaged up.
We can't wait to hear all about his Big Bandage coffee morning and we would love everyone else to get bandaged up for this year's event and maybe even organise their very own bandage-themed activities, just like Tom.
it Miranda Williams, public fundraising manager at Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity, said: "We are so delighted to have Wynniatt-Husey on board for our Big Bandage campaign and would like to say a huge thank-you for everything they "We would love everyone to get bandaged up for this year's event and maybe even organise their very own bandage-themed activities help us make our fourth year even bigger and better
The Big Bandage is one of the hospital charity's largest annual fundraising events, which has raised more than PS150,000 since it launched in 2013 and saw thousands of celebrities, businesses, patients, staff, office workers, schools and community groups bandaged up in aid of the hospital.
I was happy to recreate the famous Terry Butcher look for England and have my head bandaged up.