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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdust-updust-up /ˈdʌst-ʌp/ noun [countable] British English informal  FIGHTa fight
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dust-upThere'd be the most awful dust-up.He had a premarital dust-up with the woman who is now his wife, and the networks showed the video.He couldn't see that the dust-up I'd had with our dad was mainly because of the way Frank was towards me.He compares this dust-up with one he had with President Reagan.
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