American Slang Phrase: Bundle up!

The American Slang Phrase this week is relating to the cold, snowy weather we have during the winter!

A lot of parents use this phrase when speaking with children, and a lot of people regularly use this phrase as well!


Phrase: Bundle up

Meaning: Dress warm, wear layers of clothing, etc.

Example: “It’s only 20 degrees outside today! you better wear your hat and scarf, and bundle up!”




College students are not known to be people who “bundle up” and many of them will say their mom or dad still calls them telling them to dress warm, or bundle up!


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