beef up

  1. make strong or stronger
    This exercise will strengthen your upper body
    strengthen the relations between the two countries
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  • Warriors provide valuable services to your heroes and act as a clearing house for all manner of soldiers or creatures your heroes may need in order to beef up their armies.
  • Another facet of the business that he is keen to beef up is innovation. Times, Sunday Times
  • A pledge card is on it's way too where Boris pledges too* Beef up police presence on our streets by cutting red tape and employing more officers Boris launches his Party Political Broadcast
  • As part of its effort to beef up its noninsurance business, Ping An plans to pay 22.1 billion yuan to increase its stake in Shenzhen Development Bank Corp. to 30% from 5%. Ping An Earnings Slide
  • His government, which has been under constant pressure from some corporate circles to beef up its industrial laws, has been thrashing around for ways to push its agenda forward.
  • The company plans to beef up our fringe benefit.
  • The Bank of England has given big lenders two extra years to beef up their protections against a taxpayer bailout. Times, Sunday Times
  • The bank suggested that Cunningham beef up the board with some high-profile directors.
  • However during the past 12 months this region was faced with challenges of members who did not attend REC meetings and did not tender apologies as a result meetings did not quorate, and the PEC decided to beef up the REC to enable it to prepare for the regional conference, because disbandment would not have been a solution. ORGANISATIONAL REPORT TO THE ANC WOMEN’S LEAGUE NATIONAL GENERAL COUNCIL
  • The company plans to beef up our fringe benefit.
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