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British pronunciation/stˈɜːɹ ˈʌp/
American pronunciation/stˈɜːɹ ˈʌp/
to stir up
[phrase form: stir]
01

to cause strong feelings, often unpleasant ones

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to alter the arrangement or position of something

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to motivate someone to do something, making them feel a strong sense of responsibility or determination to act

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to intentionally try to cause trouble or arguments

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to disturb particles in a material, like soil and causing them to move in the air or water

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The artist's expressive painting had the ability to stir up a range of emotions in anyone who observed it.
The town's meddlesome gossip spread rumors about everyone, stirring up unnecessary drama.
The tabloid put together the two colleagues in an imaginary romance, stirring up speculation.
The politician's speech was filled with hateful rhetoric, stirring up anger among the audience.
he tabloids are currently bruiting scandalous stories about the celebrity couple, stirring up controversy in the media.
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