From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishland up phrasal verb British English informalEVENTUALLYto be in a particular place, situation, or position after a lot of things have happened to you syn end up inWe landed up in a bar at 3 am.Be careful that you don’t land up in serious debt. withI landed up with five broken ribs. →land→ See Verb table
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land in• I thought to myself that I had landed up in a place without an inch of ground to call my own.• They keep landing up in the middle.